What Happens to the Old Cloths You Throw Away?
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 majority of the cleaning products out there and they do not dissolve. They make their way into our waterways, getting consumed by marine creatures and in turn by human beings.
When faced with the enormous plastic problem that the world is experiencing, many people do not know how to help and even where to begin.
What if I told you there was a quick, easy and affordable way to start reducing your plastic waste and help the planet one step at a time?
Today, we're thrilled to announce our brand new eco-friendly product "The Eco Cloth".
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An Eco-friendly Alternative
Here at Good Change we believe it’s the little things that matter. We first started when we took another trip to the supermarket, and all we could see was aisle upon aisle of plastic-covered, microplastic-infused products and packaging.
There was no alternative. So we decided to make one ourselves. A change towards something better. Something good.
We're delighted to share with you our brand new Eco Cloth that is capable of fighting bacteria.
It can absorb the equivalent of 15 paper towels and cleaning surfaces with no streaks, lint or scratches... I know that may sound unbelievable, but in a moment you'll see how it all works, so just keep watching.
The Good Change Eco Cloth is made of natural fibres (wood pulp and cotton). This makes it 100% compostable and durable lasting up 9 months, giving you best value for your money.
Each pack contains 3 stylish Eco Dish Cloths that makes cleaning eco-friendly.
So go ahead and visit us at www.goodchangestore.com to learn more about our revolutionary and environmentally-friendly Eco Cloth.
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