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FLSK Cleaning Balls

€14,75
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Easy to use and effective. The FLSKs Cleaning Balls you can clean glass carafes and stainless steel bottles with absolute ease. No more tedious scrubbing or harmful chemicals. All residuals, e.g. tannins or limestone can be eliminated ? without causing rust. FLSK cleaning balls can be used for FLSK bottles, but also for decanters or vases.

Basic Operation: Pour the cleaning balls into your bottle and add hot water. Swivel the bottle for a bit. After that, pour out the water into the sieve, together with the cleaning balls. Let some hot water run over the sieve with the cleaning balls and let them dry before stowing them away.

Item will be delivered in 3 - 5 business days. Shipping costs will vary depending on the destination. Rates will be calculated during the checkout.


We offer a 14 days return policy on full price items. All Items that were purchased with a discount code are not eligible for a refund and can only be exchanged on a case by case basis. Note that returns are handled directly by our brand partners. To receive instructions from the brand you can fill out the returns form in the footer of this page up to 14 days after your products were delivered. After receiving your returns, the money will be refunded to you. Please remember: the items should be unwashed, unaltered and unworn and in the original packaging. Cosmetic products are not eligible for a refund if the original packaging was opened.

About FLSK

There is a story behind every good product. Like so many of these stories, FLSKs began with a cold beer between friends. In 2013 Quentin gave his later co-founder an unusually cold sip of beer out of an insulated bottle by an African brand. Unusual insofar, that the beer had been in the bottle for the better part of two days and that it was still cold, fresh and highly drinkable. They asked themselves the following question: Why does something similar not exist in Germany? In cooperation with the African producer, the product was severely reworked to fit the European market. FLSK was born!