• 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.
  • 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...
  • Good Change Eco Cloths featured in the New Zealand Herald

    Good Change Eco Cloths featured in the New Zealand Herald

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    Tauranga-based Stine Smith, co-founder of an eco-friendly cleaning products company, talks setting up shop with her friend Kristy Hunter and taking their sponge global. What does your business do? We source an eco-friendly dish cloth from Germany and we work with a designer to put our own designs on them. They are designed for people who are conscious of the environment but also want something...
  • Meet the New Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipe

    Meet the New Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipe

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    The Bamboo Reusable Eco Wipe is the latest product from Good Change’s eco-friendly product line-up. The FSC (Forest Stewardship Certified), the highest level of forestry certification in the world approved the product. It tracks the entire manufacturing process of the product. The Bamboo Eco Wipe is made from 100% FSC certified bamboo. Each roll contains 20 perforated bamboo sheets measuring 11 x 12 inches....
  • Covid-19 - This Is How Long Coronavirus Stays on Any Surface

    Covid-19 - This Is How Long Coronavirus Stays on Any Surface

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    Did you ever wonder how exposed to Covid-19 (coronavirus) you might be when touching a surface others have touched before you and how long the virus can survive on a surfaces? We are only just now starting to see the first research on how long the virus can stay alive outside the human body. If you recently had visitors or borrowed books or chrome...
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Use the Good Change Eco Cloth

    5 Reasons Why You Should Use the Good Change Eco Cloth

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    You've finally made the green switch, the change for good - hurray! We're extremely happy you've found us and made the eco-switch so we're going to share with you reasons why you should be using the Good Change Eco Cloth (why you've made the right decision to switch!). First off - the Eco Cloth is multifaceted! Good Change Eco Cloth can be used for...
  • Incorporating the Eco-Friendly Way in Your Life

    Incorporating the Eco-Friendly Way in Your Life

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    Here are ways you can incorporate the eco-friendly habit using the Eco Cloth. Kitchen Use 1. absorb spills2. clean counter tops3. wipe stainless steel appliances4. scrub the refrigerator inside and out5. clean the oven6. clean the microwave7. wash dishes8. use it to dry dishes9. use it to hold a hot pot10. for anti-skid place it under the mixing bowl while mixing11. for anti-skid place...
  • What is an Eco Cloth?

    What is an Eco Cloth?

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    An Eco Cloth is an environmentally friendly alternative to the traditional kitchen sponge because it is made from natural fibres, the eco cloth is 100% compostable. As an alternative to the plastic laden sponge, the eco cloth offers you zero microplastic making it the best choice. These cloths are extraordinarily absorbent making them a wonder worker in the kitchen. One cloth can absorb the...
  • The Eco Cloth is 100% Compostable

    The Eco Cloth is 100% Compostable

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    Does it frustrate you that you are contributing to the growing plastic waste by using products that are not 100% compostable? If so then perhaps we can help. Our planet's gorgeous beaches and breathtaking nature are threatened by an increasingly urgent waste crisis that we need to address now. On average, Australians use 130 kg of plastic per person each year. Only 12% of...
  • The Eco Cloth Fights Bacteria

    The Eco Cloth Fights Bacteria

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    Are you sick and tired of using smelly bacteria-laden sponges? Believe me I know what it's like. Most households use the traditional kitchen sponge as they are readily available and affordable. Over time, however, you would start to notice a nasty smell coming off of it and then wonder just how dirty it is. Have you been washing your dishes with a bacteria-laden sponge?...
  • The Planet Is Our First Home

    The Planet Is Our First Home

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    The planet is our first home.  We invest energy, cash and time designing our homes. In turning a house into a home we want nothing but the best of everything from furnishings, utensils to decorations. If we spend so much effort converting a house into a home shouldn't we exert the same amount if not more to preserving our first home, our planet?  We...
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