Household Sustainability Tips


This has very little to do with research into sustainable energy, however, it is of interest to anyone who wants to know how to reduce costs and their environmental footprint If any research is found that fits with this, it will be added.

Using Fewer Chemicals

Use a microfibre cloth to wipe over your bathroom mirror straight after having a bath or shower. If it is steamed up from your bath (or shower), the microfibre cloth will clean it brilliantly, without using any chemicals at all. Of course, if your bathroom is full of steam, the mirror won’t appear to be clean until after the steam has cleared! If you want to buy some  microfibre cloths, I can recommend these as fantastic. Please note: this is NOT an affiliate link. I have used these for some years and they work brilliantly on just about anything and last really well. They also wash extremely well, provided you hand wash them the first time, to remove any extra purple dye.

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