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Why Vinegar is So Handy! 12 Household Uses

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Why Vinegar is So Handy! 12 Household Uses

Take a look around your home and you will likely find a huge variety of products, each designed for a specific use. But, the likelihood is, you can scrap all of those bottles and replace them with just one thing; vinegar! Below is an outline of just some of its many uses. Fruit and veg washWhen washing your fruit and veg, add a tablespoon to your bowl or sink of water. The vinegar will help to dissolve any wax and leave your fruit and veg nice and clean. Be sure to rinse well with fresh water before eating. Disinfect Loofah/Kitchen...

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Zero Waste Autumn Activites With Kids

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Zero Waste Autumn Activites With Kids

A few activities that you can do as a family this Autumn...

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The Six 'R's and Me: a quick guide to reducing your waste!

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The Six 'R's and Me: a quick guide to reducing your waste!

Welcome to the first Wastenot blog post! This blog will be a space for us to share news, ideas and tips to help you reduce the amount of waste you and your household generate. The best place to start when embarking on a low waste lifestyle is with ‘The Rs’. Lots of you I’m sure know three of them: Reduce Reuse Recycle, but did you know there are six? Or that there’s an order of priority to them? Well there is! Refuse: the easiest way to prevent yourself from making waste! The first step is to learn to say ‘no...

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