Sustainable: Who is Sustainable? It is an online eco store that provides a wide range of eco products to assist you in your eco journey.
It hosts solar panel products, water heating, wind power products, lighting products, energy sufficient products, water saving products and green home products.
Under green home products:
Sustainable have eco packaging products, home recycling products, eco appliances, eco clothing, eco living products and eco products for cleaning and use in each sector of your home, etc.
The following post is in collaboration with http://sustainable.co.za. I was provided with products for review.
Comments as products are used:
Safix foot and body care scrub pad uses less soap. Made from natural coconut fibre and bonded with natural latex. It Is a bit brittle as it was the first time I used it.
Update, i used the scrub pad again, it was a lot softer. In the our culture, it’s a common trend to use sacks (those that carry onions and potatoes) which we use to scrub our bodies and backs.
This is the eco-friendly version of a sack.
It scrubs and exfoliates. Leaving my skin feeling revived and opening pores. I liked the scrub pad for exfoliating and for my feet. A lot of dead skin cells melted away. They feel soft and clean.
What is coconut fibre? According to Wikipedia: Coir, or coconut fibre, is a natural fibre extracted from the outer husk of coconut and used in products such as floor mats, doormats, brushes and mattresses. Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut. Long lasting and durable.
Stephen Joseph bottles are BPA free, PVC, and phthalate free and stainless steel. Stainless steel is recyclable and non-toxic. It has a long life term.
I like that they are non spill (leak-proof) (this is coming from a mama who has had liquids spill in the baby bag numerous times) and the colourful exterior. My son likes the bottle too.
Smells nice and not too soapy. Leaves tiles clean with a natural shine. Cleaned sinks and tiled floors. I like the smell, leaves the room refreshed.
Optimus fabric and room freshner:
Oh the lovely smell of this freshener is amazing. I simply added a little to my scrubbing sack and brushed down my fabric couches and sprayed some on the carpets. It just smells lovely. And effective. The room stays smelling fresh for a while. I put a little on my teddies to freshen the room.
The dish wash scrub pad is very effective. It dries fast after use so there is no room for bacteria. It scoured pots and pans. Gentle enough to clean plates and cups. It needed a little dish washing liquid.
I like that it’s eco-friendly and made from coconut. I also didn’t need to put a lot of man power to scrub. The scrub pad is efficient enough to get rid of hard skunk on dishes. I like this scrub pad and the fact that it is eco-friendly and natural.
Oh I just love these Marine Grade 316 stainless steel pegs.
Those plastic ones and wooden ones break and get lost easily. I have to keep buying to replace them. Saving some money. These stainless steel pegs are durable, rust resistant and stronger.
They are ideal and have strong grips even for windy days, your clothes are intact on the line. Have you ever done laundry and the weather completely changed to stormy, you are not home and by the time you are back all your clothes are on the floor?
Now you got to do laundry over again? The dread! Well no more of that with these steel pegs. They are recyclable and plastic free. Marine grade 316 is good for use near saltwater and won’t be damaged. I like the recyclable durable cotton bag that the pegs came in.
After doing laundry, it was raining for the past couple of days. I had to wait for a sunny day to dry my laundry with my fancy pegs ?.
I love the products I received from sustainable.co.za. They easily fit into my normal routine. The stainless steel pegs are unique, convenient and so much better. I would easily replace toxic products with these eco-friendly products.
Unfortunately the products I received were not made locally but are imported. Check them out here: http://sustainable.co.za
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