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  • paula m. 5 months ago
    I have been using baking soda and vinegar for years. Good for almost every cleaning project and I feel good about it.
  • Susan Z. 2 years ago
    Is this statesment true: How our products are made:
    1. Recycled glass is taken from landfills.
    Did you know that most municipalities in the United States don’t truly recycle glass? The process to melt glass and form it into reusable material can be incredibly costly, so the glass that is turned in for recycling is mainly used in public art and for other similar projects. The rest is usually crushed and added into landfills anyway. Earthstone buys this crushed recycled glass to save it from being added to landfills.
  • Marylyle M. 2 years ago
    Microfibers come off and end up in our water. They are terrible for the environment. Use natural fibers please.
  • Rebecca D. 2 years ago
    Re: microfiber cloth. From the info available, they are GREAT for cleaning. However...they are mostly polyester, and polyester outgasses BPA, which I am trying to avoid. I am not seeing ANY discussion about the BPA downside, and would love to see more conversation about this. If anyone has thoughts or knows of more resources on this topic, I would love to see / hear about it!
  • tommy b. 2 years ago
    Today
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