You may already use “green” products when you clean, but the actual cleaning methods you use and the materials you use for cleaning may also be designed to reduce your family’s impact on the environment. You might be using a non-toxic cleaner to keep your kitchen spotless, but are you using half a roll of paper towels every time you clean up after a messy dinner?
Reusable Cleaning Tools You Need
If you’re serious about reducing your impact on the environment, eliminating all paper towels, plastic bags, and disposable cleaning tools is an important step in creating a sustainable environment in your home. Paper towels are handy for cleaning up messes, but they’re wasteful when compared to reusable cloths.
Repurposing Old Tools for Cleaning
Not everything is appropriate for the recycling bin, and several items that might otherwise end up in the trash can may actually find a second life as cleaning tools in your home. For example, […]