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  1. victoria
    October 30, 2019 @ 6:10 pm

    Just by changing your brand of dental hygiene brushes is a good little change in itself. Also agree switching your mindset to consider how ecologically friendly products are as and when your finish existing products is a good way to introduce better purchasing decisions going forward.

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    • BetterMeGreen
      November 1, 2019 @ 12:00 pm

      Indeed, on the subject of dental care, a little birdy (named Linda) told me on Wednesday about toothpaste tablets – no plastic needed. I will have to have a look into that as well.

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  2. Gitarren Gerrit
    October 31, 2019 @ 9:20 pm

    Very Good Challenge.
    I’m a big friend of using One Ore Two Tools over many years instead of thousands in One year.
    This Mass of hairclips and Synthetic wires my girls use and loose in every corner drives me crazy day für day . Neatness is one thing Not loose and buy knew . The other One is, to find the One end only Product that Works. Than share this knowledge with Friends and Social Networks.
    I use the metal Files from my guitar Workshop for nails and Polishng is able with micromesh also for my guitars.

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    • BetterMeGreen
      November 1, 2019 @ 11:56 am

      Thanks for your message, it sounds like there is some great sustainable thinking happening with how you use recycled tools to look after your guitars.
      As to the neatness, I am a true believer of ‘less is more’! When we move flats soon, I will be sure to give a lot more consideration to bring/buy only what is really necessary.
      ….I’m also excited to try some ‘up-cycling’ 🙂

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