One of my favourite eco swaps has been unpaper towels. And they didn't cost a penny. I still use paper towels to clean up cat sick and for wax making related spills but otherwise I use old cheeky Wipes, and muslins. I keep a box by the backdoor ready to take out to the washing … Continue reading Unpaper Towels
As you'll know if you're a regular reader, I've been looking at ways to be more eco-friendly at home. I've always wanted to try washing nuts so I was really excited when Eco Natural Products gifted me a sample to try. What are Indian Washing Nuts? They're an alternative to chemical detergents from Sapindus shrub … Continue reading Review: Indian Washing from Nuts Eco Natural Products.
I've discovered that babies are cute but expensive and really bad for the environment. As Tiny has gotten older we've tried to be more environmentally friendly as a family. Here's a few tips to reduce your small human's carbon footprint. 1. Cloth nappies. I recommend Tots Bots. According to The Centre for Sustainable Energy newborn babies … Continue reading How to be more eco friendly with a baby.
We decided to go cloth quite early on in my pregnancy as we wanted to do a little bit towards saving the environment. Cloth nappies can be up to 40% better for the environment than disposable nappies depending on how you use them. The reason we went with Tots Bots was because we happened upon their stall … Continue reading Review: Tots Bots Cloth Nappies