Last week, while trying to take a nap, I ended up staring at the cobwebs of dust in the corners of the ceiling. This week, I came across a German-made corner brush that’s the ideal solution (and it’s come from a socially conscious resource).
From DIM, a Berlin-based company that hires visually impaired, highly skilled brushmakers (it’s the Iris Hantverk of Germany), the corner brushes are made from soft goat hair bristles with an angled head to get into tricky corners; the handle has a smooth, molded shape for comfort.
Above: The Goat Hair Corner Brush is available for $79 NZD from Everyday Needs, an online shop from Auckland-based stylist Katie Lockhart. In the US, the Goat Hair Corner Brush is $44 at Heaven in Earth.