6 Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning Ideas

6 Eco-Friendly Spring Cleaning Ideas

Spring is in the air, and that means it's time for some spring cleaning! But instead of using harsh chemicals and disposable cleaning products, why not try some eco-friendly spring cleaning ideas that are gentle on the environment? Here are some tips to help you get started:

1. Use natural, biodegradable cleaning products

Instead of using harsh chemicals that can harm the environment, opt for natural cleaning products that are gentle and effective. You can make your own cleaning solutions using ingredients like vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice. Not only are these ingredients eco-friendly, but they're also affordable and easy to find. Not into DIY? You can find eco-friendly cleaning products here

2. Use reusable cleaning tools

Instead of using disposable cleaning wipes and paper towels, switch to reusable cleaning tools like washable cloths and mop heads. You can wash and reuse these items multiple times, reducing waste and saving money in the long run.

3. Donate unwanted items

Spring cleaning is the perfect time to declutter your home and get rid of items you no longer need. But instead of throwing them away, donate them to a local charity or thrift store or post on your local Facebook marketplace page. This way, someone else can use them instead of them ending up in a landfill.

4. Recycle properly

Make sure you're recycling properly (and avoid wishcycling!) by checking your local recycling guidelines. This will ensure that your recyclables don't end up in a landfill, and that they can be turned into new products.

5. Consider air-drying your laundry

Take advantage of the nicer weather and save on electricity by drying all of your laundry outside! Did you know air drying your clothes can also help them last longer? The heat from the dryer can damage the fibers in your clothes, causing them to wear out more quickly. Air drying your clothes can help to extend their life! 

6. Try out composting 

When you clean out and organize your pantry there are always a few hidden expired items! Why not create your own compost? Yard waste is super common in the Spring and a compost helps limit the amount of  food scraps and yard waste that ends up in landfills and as a bonus you’re creating nutrient-rich soil for your garden

By implementing these eco-friendly spring cleaning ideas, you can make a positive impact on the environment while keeping your home clean and tidy. And the best part? These tips are easy to implement and won't break the bank.

So this spring, why not try some eco-friendly cleaning solutions and make a positive impact on the environment? Your home (and the planet) will thank you!

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