How to Reduce Waste During COVID-19

How to Reduce Waste During COVID-19

Since the Corona Virus has started, we've seen a huge increase in single-use waste. With grocery stores not allowing reusable bags, bulk stores closing, and the influx of medical masks and gloves, it is no shocker we have been producing more trash. It can be frustrating or discouraging to have to throw so much more away, but there are choices we can make that would actually reduce waste instead. 

 Reusable Paper Towels

At the beginning of the virus, we saw a huge influx in people purchasing paper goods, it became a scavenger hunt to find paper towels and toilet paper on the shelves. This is prime time to switch to Reusable Paper Towels. Made from double loop bamboo terry cloth, you'll wonder why you didn't make the switch sooner! Not only will it help you reduce waste in your home, but it will also help you save money. You can forever remove "paper towels" from your grocery shopping list! 

Reusable Cotton Squares

While we may not be wearing as much makeup these days, it's still important to wash your face! We love using our Cotton Squares for removing makeup and applying toner! These are made with bamboo fleece, so we can promise you they will be the softest cotton square you could use on your face. It is important to us that what you are applying to your delicate facial skin is just as soft!

Reusable Swiffer Pads

Our favorite swap has been the Reusable Swiffer Pads! Talk about a money saver! No longer buy disposable Swiffer pads, instead, use our reusable option. They will save you time and money. Get through the whole house with one use, then toss it in the wash! They come in a pack of three and can be used for more than just the Swiffer! Read the 3 Different Ways to Use Reusable Swiffer Pads.


Even when it feels that reusables aren't an option anymore, there are always changes you can make within your home. While they may feel small, they always make a big impact! Share with us how you are reducing your waste in your home during COVID-19. 

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