Living plasticfree sometimes means going alternative. Trying different things. There are many kinds of different alternatives talked about out there in Google land, some credited with the most fantastic attributes. But before you reach for the bicarbonate of soda and depend only on vinegar to sanitizer your kitchen, it might be worth investigating a little further.
This series of posts looks beyond the claims and tries to assess if these alternatives are indeed that great or even that greener in the long run,
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4 about the alternatives
See how to make all kinds of plastic-free food, clothes makeup and other stuff
Other basic products that can help you live plastic free and information about them can be found here…. – useful to know tag.
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