Five Zero Waste Kitchen Swaps for under €10

Five Zero Waste Kitchen Swaps for under €10.

To compliment our last post Five Zero Waste Bathroom Swaps under €10, 
I’ve done a little round up of some alternative kitchen essentials that won’t break the bank either!

Scroll on to take a look!

 

1. Compostable Kitchen Cloths:

 

Freundship Compostable Cloth: €3.50

Rainbow Compostable Cleaning Cloths pack of 6: €7.50

Plastic-free and made with 70% cellulose and 30% cotton.

The cloths do not emit micro-plastic pollution, unlike classic sponge cloths.

Very absorbent, durable and reusable & they’re home compostable after use!

They also don't smell!

A win, win, 100% zero waste product.

 

2. Dish Washing: 

Wooden Dish Brush: €3.00

This high quality reusable dishwashing brush is 100% naturally made using FSC beech and metal wire. The strong fibre bristles are obtained from the leaf ribs of the agave plant and ensure effective cleanliness. The brush head can be replaced easily. It also comes with a practical hanger.

Wooden Dish Brush Replacement Head: €1.75

 

3. Kitchen Cleaning: 

 

Eco-friendly, zero-waste cleaner refills: €7.50

The sustainable refill pods are plastic free and concentrated.

Contains 90% less water than the alternatives you may find in the supermarket.

These refill pods are perfect for every household. They simply need to be added to 750ml of warm water (no more and no less) and shaken to produce a strong and effective cleaner.

 

4. Reusable Cleaning Bottles:

If making your own cleaning products is your thing, or if you’re looking for a bottle for our refill cleaning drops then we’ve got you covered.

Amber Glass Bottle 1 Litre: €6.50

These amber glass bottles are perfect for protecting light-sensitive products, essential oils, your homemade formulas and natural remedies and will keep your products fresher for longer.

Both refillable and recyclable, these multi-purpose amber glass spray bottles help you reduce your plastic consumption at home.

 

But really any refillable spray bottle that can be reused over and over. It’s eco-friendly and zero-waste to use what you have at home, but if you do need to get rid of it, it can be cleaned out and recycled.

 

 

5. Relax with a brew!

After all the chores are done, what better way to relax than to sit down with a fresh cup of plastic free tea!

Stainless Steel Loose Leaf Tea Infuser: €5.50 

A reusable tea bag alternative, perfect for brewing loose tea leaves and reducing waste.

It’s easier than most to clean, load and unload as its hinged top completely opens. It’s the perfect size to fit into most mugs and cups

So there you have it. Everything you need to make the eco friendly switches within your kitchen.

I hope these guides have been helpful.

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