Package- and chemical-free, Eco Nuts are actually dried, sterilized berry shells from a tree found in Nepal, India, and Indonesia. People indigenous to the area have been using Eco Nuts for centuries to wash their clothes.
Simply place 4-5 berries in the included muslin bag, and throw into the washer with your clothes—they naturally suds. The best part? Each berry can be used up to 10 times, making this an über-affordable, not to mention waste-free, way to launder.
An astonishing 3,000 tons of paper towel waste are produced each day. Bambooee is an innovative way to reduce paper towel consumption in the household, without sacrificing integrity. Tear off one of the 20 organic bamboo sheets, and wash up to 25 times along with your clothes. A plus? The more you wash each sheet, the more soft and absorbent it becomes.
If you cringe when you use chemical-heavy conventional drain cleaners, don't despair. Drainbo Natural Drain Cleaner not only works exceptionally to cut through the grease and oil that clog drains, but with its millions of microbes, it promotes septic system health. Drainbo also continues to break apart matter once it reaches your local water treatment center.
Better Life is a cool company. Founded by two dads (one of whom is a chemist), its ingredients are entirely derived from plants. Punchy, bright packaging and clever product names like Take It For Granite and Simply Floored make this natural cleaning brand have potential to appeal to mainstream consumers. Plus, it cleans where other natural products fail.
Made from organic cotton and eco-friendly dyes, PeopleTowels embrace the idea of "precycling"—taking measures to reduce waste in the first place.
Heavily involved with charitable initiatives, this responsible company is spearheading "Clean Hands, Clean World." The program will collect leftover soap from hotels, form them into bars, and wrap them in a specially-designed PeopleTowel. The package will be delivered to areas of the world where hygiene is an issue.
While TWIST has been around for a few years, their Scour Pads are new. Made entirely from plants, the product is the perfect tool to degrease a dirty pot or pan. Its scrubbing power rivals a conventional, petroleum-based sponge.
Grab Green laundry detergent comes in small 1-inch pods. Simply throw a pod into your washer and the plant-based film encapsulating the powder dissolves, allowing your clothes to be cleaned naturally. The company's new gardenia scent is lovely, too.
These exceptional natural household cleaning products seen at Natural Products Expo West 2012 can help you live a sustainable and toxin-free life.
so--where can I order these?
You can find these products at your nearest natural foods retail store!
The more I read the more I am beginning to understand that the natural cleaning products are to be preferred. I wonder about the price though. Could most people afford to have them? I believe information is worth the effort in this case. We now have so many cleaning supplies to choose from, we should know how to pick.
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