If it was equally as good or better than the product you are currently using
If it was a high performance non toxic, natural solution
If it listed all of its ingredients, providing complete transparency
If it was a Concentrate that could take care or your laundry, all your surfaces including glass, and also a hand/body wash
If it was better for the environment inside as well as outside your home
If it was safer for your family, because it contains no harmful chemicals
If it did not leave harmful residues on your surfaces
If it did not emit potentially harmful particles into the air inside your home
If it was biodegradable, and completely non harmful to aquatic life
If it reduced the amount of plastic entering our recycling system by 80%
If it used bottles that were reusable and the easiest material to recycle when they do eventually reach the end of their life
If it was delivered straight to your door
Comments will be approved before showing up.
In this blog we look at this really murky pool of information about microfiber, its Positives, Negatives, the alternatives, and how green those alternatives are.
When I say murky, I really mean really murky. You can find a bunch of info saying how bad microfibre is, written by companies that promote/ sell alternatives, and then when one starts digging into the alternatives, you learn that they are not so squeaky clean either.
We're well aware of the health risks linked to heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides. However, many traditional household and personal care products harbor less-discussed hazardous ingredients that contribute to the toxic load in our bodies. This accumulation of toxins, termed “body burden,” can potentially disrupt hormones, compromise the immune system, and heighten sensitivity to allergens.
Here are some straightforward yet impactful ways to reduce your family's exposure to toxins this year: