5 Easy Steps to Eco-Friendly Home
Posted on November 02 2017
1. Bamboo towels.
Bamboo isn’t just for pandas anymore. This renewable resource is now being made into paper towels that easily replace traditional paper towels.
2. Glass jars.
Mason jars are popping up everywhere on design blogs as the new way to store just about everything from spices to salads. But instead of buying jars, you can easily reuse the glass jars already in your kitchen.
3. Laundry detergent alternative.
Switch out your big bottle of laundry detergent for the environmental-alternative Eco Nuts. While the product is so named because it resembles a small nut, it actually is a berry similar to a lychee that naturally releases soap when agitated with water.
4. Homemade cleaning supplies.
With just five basic ingredients—lemon, cinnamon, water, baking soda, and vinegar—you can create toxic-free, animal-ingredient-free drain cleaner, air freshener, and all-purpose cleaner.
5. Natural beauty products.
The combination of vinegar and baking soda cleans and moisturizes your hair, while a blend of cucumber and lemon will aid dry scalps.