I’ve been dying to change some of my kitchen cleaning products to more eco-friendly and natural ones. I placed my order on Boobalou. My parcel arrived quite quickly and so far I’m impressed, this is the first time I’ve ordered and they have so many items to choose from.
Boobalou stock a HUGE range of eco-friendly products from reusable shopping bags, nappies, sanitary pads and your bathroom essentials. If you’re looking to make the swap to much more eco-friendly products. I recommend taking a look at this fabulous website.
What did I order??
I chose the Washing Up starter kit because it has everything I need to get started. This kit currently has 20% off and I also ordered a new toilet brush for the bathroom too, which cost £9.95. I got a large brush and cream holder.
What’s in the washing up starter kit??
There’s a washing-up loofah that is hand-made from layers of the natural loofah plant. It swells when immersed in water, to become a spongy flexible pad that won’t scratch. It’s ideal for cleaning work surfaces, chopping boards, baths, sinks, tiles and taps. It will last for months, since it’s plastic-free when it’s worn out it can be composted.
There’s a washing-up dish soap bar that is tough on grease but gentle on your hands. It’s made in the UK.
You get one Safix pad, I chose to have a pack of 4. It’s a natural scouring pad made from 100% coconut fibre. Once you’ve used it and can no longer use it, it can be composted. It’s plastic-free so won’t release any microplastics into our environment, unlike commercial scouring pads.
There’s also a wooden dish brush that is plastic-free with plant bristles. The brush head is removable and replaceable. This brush is fully biodegradable and made from vegan and sustainable materials.
Lastly, there’s an organic bamboo pot scraper. I chose to have a pack of 2. This is a great way to reduce your plastic items within your household. They’re environmentally friendly and a great zero waste alternative to commercial scrapers.
I can’t wait to try all these out and start changing more products in the house. I’d love my own little composter for the garden.
What eco-friendly products do you use in your kitchen?? Have you tried any of these products??