The thorough spring clean has been made easier this year with this Spring Clean Bundle. Cleaning doesn’t have to mean more plastic bottles and harmful chemicals, just take a look at what’s included in this bundle for some simple swaps for all areas of the home, while saving 15%.
Kitchen cleaning bar: Powerful & gentle, the Lemon & Thyme oils present in this soap are effective against E-coli and Salmonella germs due to their natural antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties.
Bathroom cleaning bar: Powerful, naturally antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties due to the presence of Tea Tree and Eucalyptus oils.
Dishwashing bar: This Lemon Syllabub scented bar is naturally antibacterial, creating a frothy lather powerful enough to cut through grease and dirt on dishes resulting in immaculate and sparkling clean dishes.
Hand Knitted Cleaning Cloths (2 Pack): Truly unique blends of cotton supplied from an array of mills in the Scottish Borders. Great for cleaning surfaces or doing the dishes due to their high absorbency, durability and thick tight knit.
x1 Approximately 175g Kitchen Cleaning Bar
x1 Approximately 175g Dishwashing Bar
x1 Approximately 175g Bathroom Cleaning Bar
x2 Hand Knitted Cleaning Cloths Approximately 15cm square
No Palm Oil
Free from toxins
Naturally antiseptic, antibacterial, and anti-fungal
Suitable for use on most bathroom/kitchen surfaces
Bathroom Cleaning Bar: Glycerine, sodium cocoate, sorbitol, sodium stearate, propylene glycol, sodium cocosulfate, sodium chloride, focus nucifera, sodium citrate, polyglyceryl-4 oleate, citric acid, tetrasodium iminodisuccinate, tetrasodium, etiddronate, pumice powder, eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil. Packaged in a compostable/recyclable paper bag.
A zero waste and plastic free alternative to typical dishcloths and sponges which are made from microfibres – small synthetic fibres that form a microplastic each time they are washed or used. These microplastics travel through water pipes and eventually end up in our oceans, rivers and lakes, contaminating the marine habitat. It is estimated that there are currently 1.5 million trillion microfibres polluting the ocean, often ingested by marine life, causing severe health problems to vital ocean food sources.