If you’re looking for zero waste home ideas, you’ve come to the right place.
These zero waste swaps will help you get a zero-waste kitchen, bathroom, and lifestyle.
Best of all, these zero-waste products are all DIY − so you won’t have to spend a fortune on them.
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How To Make Unsponges
Idea from ARoseTintedWorld
Even if you have a dishwasher, chances are you’ll have to wash some pans or skillets with your own hands.
Instead of using plastic sponges, you can learn how to make zero-waste sponges, or “unsponges”.
The full instructions are in the link above.
Zero Waste Dishwasher Detergent
Idea from LifenReflection
If you want to make your own dishwasher detergent that:
- won’t leave your glasses covered with a white film
- won’t leave food on your plates
- won’t make everything look so gross overall;
then this is what you need.
Follow the instructions in the link above and make your own zero-waste dishwasher detergent.
Tin Can Crafts
Idea from InstruPix
These easy and beautiful tin can crafts are a great way to upcycle your tin cans.
If you have a zero-waste lifestyle but you still buy tin cans from time to time (for soups, sauces, etc.), then here’s a great way to recycle them.
DIY Reusable Grocery Bags
Idea from HappiestCamper
If you like sewing, you’ll love making one of these reusable grocery bags.
You’ll need thick fabric, thread, scissors, rotary cutter and mat, sewing pins, iron, ironing board, and sewing machine.
How To Freeze in Mason Jars
Idea from GoingZeroWaste
Stop using plastic containers to put food in the freezer.
Use your mason jars instead, but follow the instructions to make sure they don’t break!
Useful tip: place your mason jar (with food in it) in the fridge for 10+ hours, and then freeze it. This will help fight against ice crystals in your food.
Zero Waste Deodorant
Idea from GoingZeroWaste
If you have a pretty active lifestyle, then basic DIY deodorants might not cut it.
You need an extra-strength deodorant, and the recipe above will help you make your own silky soft wonder.
Zero Waste Laundry
Idea from GreenifyMe
To minimize wastewater coming from your laundry, you should learn how to make your own detergent.
There are several ways to make natural laundry detergent, so be sure to check the article above.
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You’ll Love These Keto In Five Cookbooks!
As you already know, the key to success is simplicity and satisfaction with your diet. I’ve been on Keto for a long time now, and these are the best e-cookbooks I could ever put my hands on: Breakfast in Five, Lunch in Five, Dinner in Five & Dessert in Five.
Each ebook contains 30 recipes. Every recipe is made with just 5 ingredients and has up to 5 grams of net carbs. That means you can have seconds of any meal and you’ll still be within your daily carb limit!
If you’re ready to invest a small amount of money to get your precious time and pleasure back, be sure to check it out.