I try these days to do as much as I can for the environment, I do realise I may not be able to do much, but I still follow the ethos every little counts.
EcoForce products are made from between 50 and 100% recycled material and some of the range is made in the EU meaning they are more sustainable and environmentally friendly while still being able to give you the same cleaning power.
Available at amazing prices the EcoForce range contains things such as pegs, bag grips, sponges, scourers, clothes, dusters and clothes lines amongst other things.
One of my favourite has to be the Dishmatic
This nifty little gadget holds your washing up liquid in the long lasting handle meaning you only need to replace the scourer on the bottom, the top opening is hinged so loss of the cap is not inevitable. At the moment with my back hurting washing up has been a bit of a no no but this little beauty has made things so much easier – dip into water, clean more at my height and then rinse. I’ve also found I have been using less washing up liquid as the lovely Dishmatic dispenses just enough – so even less waste! The RRP for this little thing just £1.33!
I get through dusters like no mans business, this place seems to be very dusty, plus I seem to have a bit of a knack of using too much polish – anyway my cleaning skills aren’t in the view here but this 100% recycled dusters are. Made of recycled cotton/viscose and synthetic fibres. The EcoForce dusters can be used wet or dry with polish and all kinds of surfaces, soft to the touch these really have left my selves shining. RRP £1.49
How would you like to have your Post Christmas Cleaning kit started?
The lovely people at EcoForce are offering one lucky reader a lovely bundle of green cleaning goodies to set them up for a sparking new year.
To enter this competition all you need to do is:
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