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Sisal Soap Bags - How To Use It?

Personal Care

Sisal Soap Bags - How To Use It?

Do you ever notice that you soap "melts" faster while using the Sisal Soap Bag? Here is one way to solve this problem

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New Zealand Wool Dryer Balls - Best Thing Ever Invented

Household Laundry

New Zealand Wool Dryer Balls - Best Thing Ever Invented

The first time I came across these New Zealand Wool Dryer Balls, I was really confused.  Firstly, its is from New Zealand?  How do they actually work?  How is it Eco-Friendly?

So I started doing some research and after reading some pretty good feedback about it, I decided to buy a 6-ball pack and give it a try.  I never look back ever since!

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Teatime Anybody?

Fight against Plastic

Teatime Anybody?

Looking for that perfect cup of tea on a lovely day?  

 

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Eco-Friendly Food Grade BENDABLE Paper Straws

Fight against Plastic

Eco-Friendly Food Grade BENDABLE Paper Straws

Isn't this a picture perfect holiday?....except for that one plastic straw!

Well thanks to some "lovely" pictures of whales dying with belly full of plastics, there are eco-friendly alternatives for us to choose from.

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Natural loofah sponge vs Sponge made with plastic

Natural loofah sponge vs Sponge made with plastic

Introducing these natural loofah sponge that is made from a dried-out tropical or subtropical gourd belonging to genus Luffa (most often either species L. aegyptiaca or L. acutangula). They are left to wither on the vine, then have their skin peeled off, cut out to the shapes and fitted onto handles or a string to be sold for daily use.  That's about it - no other process is done to it.  These were really common back in the 70s and prior, before the more common petroleum based sponges took over the market. Well thanks to eco awareness that's going around, these natural...

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