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Go Eco & Go Home


As the new season’s beginning to blossom and the frozen grip of winter is gently melting away, get ready to turn down the thermostat and let the fresh, crisp air in to coax you out of the central heating haze – it’s time to start spring cleaning.

If you’re yet to get on board with embracing the eco conscious, or maybe you’re already rocking the sustainable mindset but are looking for more, we’ve got some great eco tips to help you get your ducks in a row without poisoning the pond.

Spray no to harsh chemicals
The often incredibly harsh chemicals found in many cleaning products are not only harmful you but they also wreak havoc on the environment and are just not necessary for household cleaning. Opt instead for products that will do a brilliant job in wiping away the dirt without wiping out the planet.

Our eco ethos can be applied to much more than just the packaging on the food we eat. Making simple switches like swapping cling film for beeswax wraps, or plastic scrubbing brushes for natural ones can add up to a big reduction in plastic in your home.

Tip Tree
Bamboo-zle your loo and bins kitchen, toilet and facial tissues, and biodegradable wet wipes made from bamboo. They save trees as well as being kinder to you too.

Zero Waste
Whether it’s using up leftovers, getting creative in the kitchen with a what’s in the cupboard challenge, simply getting more organised and meal planning or working on a crafty upcycling project, trying to reduce your waste is not only great for the environment but it’s also a great way to keep your home decluttered after your big spring clean.

Rinse, Recycle, Repeat
While working to reduce your waste is always a good thing, the reality of doing a deep spring clean and declutter of your home is that you’ll probably be creating a lot of waste, whether it’s clearing out old cosmetics products, sorting through that pile of post and papers or reorganising cupboards. While you’re having a cleanse of your living space, recycle or if it’s food waste, compost everything you can so you can reduce the amount of clutter being sent to landfill.