What are some of the best environmentally friendly products?

Posted by Lisa on December 17, 2022
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    Going green can be tough. But when we do it, we're helping the environment and our health! Here are some of my favorite ways to live more sustainably:

    Robot vacuums

    If you're looking for an environmentally friendly alternative to vacuum cleaning, a robot vacuum may be the answer. These devices are very efficient at cleaning and can save you time. They're also good for people with allergies and those who have pets. If you have a lot of carpet or just don't like vacuuming, these gadgets can make your life much easier!

    Recycled decking

    Recycled decking is made from recycled plastic and can last up to 20 years in many climates. It's easy to install, durable and a great alternative to wood decks.

    This material will last longer than most other materials used for decking, including wood. In addition, it's easy to clean and will not splinter like wood does when you walk on it barefoot. Recycled plastic makes an excellent choice if you have children or pets because there is no risk of splinters!

    Eco-friendly cleaning products

    One of the best ways to help the environment is to use natural cleaning products and other environmentally friendly products. Natural cleaning products are made from ingredients such as citrus extracts, vinegar, and soap nuts. These are usually biodegradable and don't contain harsh chemicals that can harm you or your home. It's also possible to find products made from recycled materials—a great way to reduce waste!

    Another good option is to buy eco-friendly cleaning supplies that are not tested on animals. Although this doesn't help with pollution directly, it helps prevent cruelty towards animals by reducing demand for animal testing in general.

    Energy efficient blinds and shades

    • Choose the right blinds and shades for your windows. If you’re looking to save money on energy costs, choose a type of window covering that is right for your lifestyle. For example, if you have pets who like to look out the window while they nap or if you want to keep an eye on them while they play in your yard, consider keeping the window uncovered.
    • Look for features like cordless operation and fingertip control options in your blinds and shades. These features can help save both time and money by letting you operate the product without having to get up from where you are sitting or standing. This can also make it easier for children or seniors who need assistance using their hands due to injury or illness by allowing them access through an app on their mobile device instead of needing someone else nearby at all times just in case something goes wrong with their usage process (like accidentally closing off all light coming into the room). And if there aren't any cords involved at all then these products will last longer too because there won't be anything there either break down over time; this means less maintenance work needed later on down the road!

    3. Recycled paper towels and napkins

    Recycled paper towels are made from recycled paper. They're more absorbent than traditional paper towels, and since they're made from recycled materials, they'll save you money over time. Plus, you won't be throwing away as much when you use them—which means fewer trees need to be cut down for your household needs. It's a win-win!

    Eco-friendly air fresheners

    Another awesome way to go green is with homemade air fresheners. This can be a great option for when you’re in a pinch and need a quick fix, or if you want something that smells better than what’s already out there.

    To make your own air freshener, all you need are:

    • 1/4 cup baking soda
    • 2 teaspoons cornstarch (or arrowroot powder)
    • 5 drops essential oil of choice—here are some options!

    Sheet sets made from natural fibers

    If you're looking for a more natural way to sleep, consider sheets made from natural fibers. These materials include cotton, silk and linen.

    These materials are soft and comfortable, so they can help you sleep better. They may also be more breathable than synthetic sheets (which trap heat), which can mean less tossing and turning in the middle of the night. Natural fiber sheets are also generally more durable than synthetic ones—but they will probably cost more money upfront!

    Reusable straws

    Reusable straws are a great alternative to disposable straws. They’re usually made from stainless steel or glass, so they can’t be recycled. However, if you choose a reusable straw that’s dishwasher safe (like this one), you can just pop it in the dishwasher after use and then store it for later.

    And even though they cost more than those plastic-y disposables, they really don’t cost all that much more: A pack of 10 stainless steel straws usually costs under $10 on Amazon; an 8-piece set of glass straws costs around $15. Plus, if you look at it this way: You could buy enough plastic ones (or paper) to last you through several years without having to buy any again—but with these reusable options, once you have them on hand and ready for use again—you never need to go out and buy another disposable product ever again!

    Water bottles made from recycled materials

    Recycled water bottles are an excellent way to reduce your plastic waste. And these days, you’re likely to find them in all shapes and sizes, as well as a handful of different materials. Glass is one of the most popular options for recycled water bottles because it’s durable and does not leach chemicals into your drinking water like some plastics do. If you want something even more environmentally friendly than glass though, metal is another good option since it won't break down over time or release dangerous chemicals into the environment.

    When you want to go green, here are some products that will help.

    The first step to going green is knowing which products are best for your environmental footprint. Some products are more environmentally friendly than others, and some can actually be harmful to the environment if you don't use them properly. You can reduce your carbon footprint by using the following:

    • Bamboo toothbrushes with recycled plastic handles (like this one from EcoDentals)
    • Organic cotton clothes and towels (like these ones from Arm & Hammer)
    • Biodegradable cleaning supplies (like this one from Seventh Generation)


    We hope you found this post to be helpful and informative. We also hope that it inspires you to choose products that are good for the environment and your health as well. Remember: there are many ways to go green! The key is finding the ones that work best for you (and hopefully these suggestions helped).

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