It’s important to use cloth diapers in an environmentally optimal way by washing them in full loads, air-drying if possible, and reusing them on a second child. If done properly, it can reduce your carbon footprint by almost 40 percent compared with disposable diapers.
During this past winter, you may have become comfortable with an indoor routine focused on warm meals and cuddling up under cozy blankets. Except for the occasional household chores, you might be one of the many people who let their cleaning routines lag behind other responsibilities. Now that the majority of us are actively practicing […]
Many of us only really think about water shortages when we’re facing a heatwave, but water is a finite commodity that’s overused regardless of extreme heat. The average person uses 80 to 100 gallons of water per day. From brushing your teeth to taking a bath, the amount of water you use adds up. And […]
Hydrogen peroxide is a handy bubbling liquid that might be a staple in your medicine cabinet, but did you know it also has many cleaning uses around the house? From stains to germs this convenient brown bottle can be your new best eco-friendly cleaning agent. Here are some ways you can use hydrogen peroxide to […]
There are many different ways individuals can “go green” from saving water to saving energy. From recycling to eating local, etc. But today I wanted to give you some basic tips and ideas for going green the laundry way. Every one of us does laundry in one form or another so it’s a basic household […]