Zero Waste Week: 55 Reusables That Can Drastically Reduce Your Household Waste

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One of the best ways to reduce your waste is to start looking into reusable options. Thankfully, there are now many reusables on the market and here is an extensive list for you to choose from:

1. Reusable nappies

2. Reusable swim nappy

3. Reusable wipes

4. Reusable food pouches/tubs for baby food

5. Wetbags

6. Flannels

7. Reusable makeup remover pads

8. Reusable nail varnish remover pads

9. Family cloth

10. Cloth hankies

11. Cloth napkins

12. Tea towels

13. Reusable cleaning cloths

14. Cleaning spray bottles

15. Reusable ear buds/Q tips

16. Charcoal water filters

17. Reusable water bottle

18. Reusable coffee cup

19. Reusable sandwich bags

20. Beeswax wraps

21. Silicone lids

22. Silicone baking mat

23. Muffin/cupcake holders

24. Eco egg

25. Laundry balls

26. Canvas bags

27. Produce bags

28. Reusable tea bags

29. Tea strainer

30. Reusable coffee filters

31. Reusable bin bag

32. Reusable ice pack

33. Reusable ice cubes

34. Stasher bags

35. Tupperware

36. Flask

37. Reusable cups for kids when out

38. Reusable straws

39. Lolly moulds

40. Picnic pots

41. Picnic bag

42. Glass jars for refills

43. Bamboo or metal cutlery

44. Safety razors

45. Reusable water balloons

46. Reusable kitchen roll

47. Menstrual cup

48. Cloth sanitary pads

49. Cloth panty liners

50. Cloth postpartum pads

51. Period pants

52. Reusable mask (hello covid life)

53. Reusable breast pads

54. Reusable gift wrap – the art of Furoshiki using cloth to wrap

55. Can covers

It’s not about doing all of these, it is simply about finding new ways that will fit in with your lifestyle and that will stick. I hope this list of reusables can really help you to save the environment as well as money.

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