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diamond32118/01/2020 17:50

A splash of dettol and a cotton cloth will clean very well and is bio …A splash of dettol and a cotton cloth will clean very well and is bio degradable. Unlike these environment polluting throw away wipes! We all need to rethink.


I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out they weren't bio degradable. We now use cloths soaked in flash and water stored in an old tupperware box on the countertop which are used once then moved to another box underneath. The dirties are then washed and then resoaked weekly. They also work 100 times better as well! I echo diamond 321, please rethink.
Edited by: "eeyoreworld" 18th Jan
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Edited by: "spinach_pie" 18th Jan
A splash of dettol and a cotton cloth will clean very well and is bio degradable. Unlike these environment polluting throw away wipes! We all need to rethink.
Edited by: "diamond321" 18th Jan
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diamond32118/01/2020 17:50

A splash of dettol and a cotton cloth will clean very well and is bio …A splash of dettol and a cotton cloth will clean very well and is bio degradable. Unlike these environment polluting throw away wipes! We all need to rethink.


I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out they weren't bio degradable. We now use cloths soaked in flash and water stored in an old tupperware box on the countertop which are used once then moved to another box underneath. The dirties are then washed and then resoaked weekly. They also work 100 times better as well! I echo diamond 321, please rethink.
Edited by: "eeyoreworld" 18th Jan
eeyoreworld18/01/2020 17:55

[Image] I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out …[Image] I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out they weren't bio degradable. We now use cloths soaked in flash and water stored in an old tupperware box on the countertop which are used once then moved to another box underneath. The dirties are then washed and then resoaked weekly. They also work 100 times better as well! I echo diamond 321, please rethink.


I had a rethink, life's too short for all that faff, I'll stay with the disposables.
Edited by: "Erudite" 18th Jan
eeyoreworld18/01/2020 17:55

[Image] I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out …[Image] I agree totally, I used to use masses of these until I found out they weren't bio degradable. We now use cloths soaked in flash and water stored in an old tupperware box on the countertop which are used once then moved to another box underneath. The dirties are then washed and then resoaked weekly. They also work 100 times better as well! I echo diamond 321, please rethink.


I need more tips like this. Thank you.
Thank you v good posts by members regarding less polluting methods of cleaning up
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