Stainless Steel StrawsOath Essentials
Single-use straws are being banned everywhere. Reduce your plastic consumption with our stainless steel straws. They will last you a lifetime!
Benefits of our reusable straws:
- reduce single-use plastic consumption
- will not rust
- no metal taste
- 2 sizes for 20oz and 30oz cups
- easy to clean with a full-size cleaning brush
- 8mm diameter for easy sipping
- includes reusable silicon tips to protect your teeth and lips from hot and cold drinks!
A percentage of every sale goes towards funding our community projects.
If you read our beliefs, you would know that we strive to be as transparent as possible. Below is everything you need to know about where and how this product is made. If we missed something, please contact us.
Where is Oath Essentials’ stainless steel straw manufactured?
Our stainless steel straws are manufactured in China using locally sourced stainless steel.
Product & Manufacturer Certifications
Below is a list of certification and lab results relating to this product and manufacturer.
-FDA Stainless Steel Test Report
How far does a stainless steel straw travel? (infographic)
What is this product made from?
Our straws are made of 100% stainless steel.
How to Use
Use like any other drinking straw. Pick the right size for your glass and you’re good to go!
Are stainless steel straws safe to use?
Absolutely. Stainless steel is not toxic, contains no BPA, will not rust, and they are very easy to clean with the cleaning brush.
Will stainless steel rust?
No. For it to rust, you would have to keep it in a moist environment for a very long time, probably years.
What is the best alternative to plastic straws?
In our opinion, stainless steel is the best option. Silicon straws are not easily recyclable and will eventually break down. Stainless steel can be recycled indefinitely. Wood or bamboo straws are hard to clean and leave a bad taste in your mouth. Glass straws are dangerous, break easily, and should never be used.
Are metal straws hygienic?
Yes. Stainless steel straws are very easy to clean and sterilize. Just remember to clean them after every use.
How do you clean metal straws?
Use warm soap and water to wash the straw. Use the cleaning brush to clean the inside of the straw. Watch this video demonstration.
Care & Disposal
There is not much to it. Just remember to always clean and dry your straws after use.
Step 1: Recycle the envelope and cardboard or compost it.
Your straws should last a lifetime. If they get damaged or wear out, you can recycle or repurpose them.