• 3 Steps to Simplify Your Cleaning Products

    3 Steps to Simplify Your Cleaning Products

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    Have you ever been confused standing in the cleaning aisle moving your eye across the sea of sprays, cloths, wipes, sponges, scourers, you name it. There’s a specific cleaner for just about any corner of your home. Most often you’ll end up with half-used and forgotten bottles in your cleaning cupboard. There are ways to be much more minimalistic, which saves your wallet and...
  • 7 Easy Steps on How to Use and Reuse the Bamboo Reusable Towels

    7 Easy Steps on How to Use and Reuse the Bamboo Reusable Towels

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    We often get asked “how do I actually reuse the bamboo towels?” This is such a good question! The bamboo towels are a very robust soft piece of fabric, so it will not break like a paper, instead you use it over and over again. Using the bamboo towels to replace single-use towels or synthetic wipes is a new way of cleaning and wiping....
  • Eco Cleaning Essentials for new Mums and babies

    Eco Cleaning Essentials for new Mums and babies

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    Isn’t it funny how the world has gone full circle from those great big reusable nappies with the large safety pins that we (well some of us more seniors!) used to wear as babies, through the period of ‘convenient-throw-away-plastic-infused’ nappies and wipes to now more of a focus again back on the reusable. Having babies is without a shadow of a doubt the most...
  • The Project on TV3: The Change Maker determined to be a 'vehicle for doing good' - one dish cloth at a time

    The Project on TV3: The Change Maker determined to be a 'vehicle for doing good' - one dish cloth at a time

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    Good Change is a company determined to be a "vehicle for doing good", not just by selling sustainable products but also by giving back to communities and inspiring young people to be more aware of how they can protect our seas.
  • 4 Tips to Stop Bacteria Growing in Your Cloth or Sponge

    4 Tips to Stop Bacteria Growing in Your Cloth or Sponge

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    Have you been here…. pulling out a smelly cloth from your washing basket or under your sink, or finding a dodgy-looking sponge you can’t recall the last time you used? This leads to the next question, is that cloth or sponge safe to clean with, even after the washing machine?  We've done the research below, and have 4 solid tips for you.  Your standard kitchen...
  • What Small Change Would You Make?

    What Small Change Would You Make?

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    Please drop you answer in this post. Every experience we have in life brings us new insight, perspective and wisdom. This new knowledge often makes us rethink some of our actions and in turn our habits. For that reason, we love to ask our Small Change community the question:What small change would you make, if nothing was stopping you? Drop your answers in the comments below this post.  We all have different...
  • FACT: Doing Good Makes You Feel Happy

    FACT: Doing Good Makes You Feel Happy

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    Have you ever heard of the so-called “do-good-feel-good phenomenon?” If not, here’s how it works. When you do something good, you feel happier. A 2019 study revealed that performing acts of kindness – even to strangers – boosts happiness and well-being. So, let's say, you help an elderly cross the street. There's a part of you that feels genuinely happy because you know that...
  • The Power of Sustainable Fundraising

    The Power of Sustainable Fundraising

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    I might be getting on a bit but I have this vivid memory (from back in the 80’s) of our school sending home a plastic bag filled with all different sizes of plastic bags to sell as a fundraising initiative for our school. We were to go door to door selling these bags and return all the money to the school by a certain...
  • 5 Easy Habits You Can Change Today

    5 Easy Habits You Can Change Today

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    We are all about making small doable changes so we've put together a list of 5 small, yet high-impact, changes you can make, today. Click to read more here.
  • 10 Easy Ways to Create a more Sustainable Kitchen

    10 Easy Ways to Create a more Sustainable Kitchen

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    One of the most used parts of the house and the place which produces the most waste is the kitchen. When starting on a sustainable household it is ideal to kick start things in the kitchen. Being the heart and hub of our homes, the kitchen is a very good place to start. This blog post gives you ideas and inspiration for easy product...
  • The Habit Changer using the Good Change Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipes

    The Habit Changer using the Good Change Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipes

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    For the month of August we posted tips on how to use the Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipes. These reusable paper towels/wipes are super absorbent and made from 100% sustainable bamboo – one of the strongest natural materials on the planet – these handy little towels are safe to use again & again on all surfaces including steel, granite, wood – even glass!For this blog...
  • Denizen Magazine

    Denizen Magazine

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    We’re thrilled to be featured in design and lifestyle magazine Denizen with our compostable eco dishcloths. Celebrating The Small Steps Compostable Eco Dishcloths We’re all about celebrating the small steps on the journey to an eco-friendlier planet, and that’s exactly why we’re championing Good Change Store’s revolutionary collection of compostable dishcloths. Crafted from wood pulp and cotton, the Eco Cloth is a bacteria-fighting, quick-drying...
  • The Best Fundraiser for Schools – The Eco Cloth Fundraiser

    The Best Fundraiser for Schools – The Eco Cloth Fundraiser

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    Our Eco Cloth Fundraiser for schools was voted top of fundraisers by New Zealand magazine, Tots to Teens. Reasons for the top position was both the organised helpful approach to fundraising, relieving school staff and teachers of the burden normally involved with school fundraising. Secondly, because the Eco Cloths have so many benefits on top of being an earth-friendly dishcloth. “If you’ve been landed with the...
  • What are Eco Cloths?

    What are Eco Cloths?

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    Eco Cloths are the eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic laden kitchen sponge. They are made from natural fibres namely wood pulp and cotton and completely decompose once you are done with them. The resulting cloth is extremely absorbent and so strong. The eco cloth can absorb the equivalent of 15 paper towels weight in liquid; then quickly release it the liquid with a quick wring out....
  • What Happens to the Old Cloths You Throw Away?

    What Happens to the Old Cloths You Throw Away?

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    Most old sponges are made of plastic Have you ever considered what your cleaning cloths are made of?  We are so used to grabbing a cleaning cloth from the aisle in the supermarket, but have you considered what that cloth is made from, the packaging it's in and how that breaks down in nature once you throw it out? Microplastics can be found in the...
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