Is our new category that takes the search work out of anti plastic blogging. It works like this. You want to know how to wash up plastic free?
Cant be bothered scrolling through the A-Z plastic free index for squezy and scrubbers and other individual items?
Then go straight to HOW TO….
There comes a point when living plastic-free means making stuff. Sometime you just cannot buy what you want and so ...Read More
If you came here looking for it, it has been moved. Follow the link for milk vending in Suffolk other ...Read More
There comes a time in every plastivists life when there really is no alternative – what you want only comes ...Read More
Although I use natural cleaning products like soap, bicarbonate of soda and occasionally Ecover cleaning products, I prefer not to ...Read More
Reusable Wraps Wrapping presents – cloth furoshiki using a square of cloth. Crackle paper made from recycled tents. Disposable Paper As much ...Read More
Organising a big bash? Nipping off out to buy some paper plates? WAIT!!! Given the choice between washing up and disposable ...Read More
This is an introduction to why you might want to and how you can start sewing plastic free. If you ...Read More
Sometime you need a disposable - wether its a compostable bag for the butcher, biodegradable paper cups for the office ...Read More
Microbeads.... the newest way to exfoliate. These tiny particles, or microbeads, scrub away at the skin supposedly leaving it wonderfully ...Read More
Because oil derived plastics are cheap, plentiful and versatile we use them for just about everything including one use throwaway ...Read More
Crossing land borders in South East Asia has been unusually stressful this trip thanks to the big bag of white ...Read More
By Hand...Sigh Washing up liquid and I use Ecover in a refillable plastic bottle. I know the bottle is plastic but ...Read More
People are always asking me how I stay so young and lovely looking with no plastic in my bathroom cabinet ...Read More
Cleaning your teeth involves so much plastic what with the tooth brushes and tubes of toothpaste. Lucky for you I ...Read More
Paper Cup? Nooooo plastic lined! Consider bringing your own. Here are some funky options. Plastic Pints Grim! Try a steel ...Read More
If you want to shop plastic-free then you need to take your own packaging. Seems like a lot of bother? ...Read More
Why? Along with cotton buds, tampons, applicators and panty liners make up 7.3 % of items flushed down the toilet ...Read More
It is so easy to make your own personal care products and the advantages are huge; you get to control ...Read More
You don't even want to know how many plastic wrapped roses we are going to get through on this one ...Read More
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