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  • Jacquie O. 3 years ago
    I take the soap from hotel bathrooms -- even the half bar of soap that's in the shower. If it's wet, I wrap it up in the 'marriott coaster' or put it back in the box. I even started a website to share ideas like this. It can be found here: http://www.WeHateToWaste.com
  • Kelly F. 4 years ago
    number 10 seems a bit much; how do you clean it anyway? also the bringing your own containers seems inconvenient and a bit much; you usually can rinse the plastic containers and recycle them. I thought styrofoam is recyclable if it has the symbol on it? and also many people recycle soda/water bottles in their recycling bin when they can, here in NY and some other states, cash them in (I keep my sodas/waters that have a deposit on them in a separate bag and place the recyclables that don't have deposits on them like milk cartons, rinsed out food containers, empty soap and shower gel bottles in the big yellow recycle bin); alot of people here go around collecting these (come on, it's easy $; you'd think people WOULD want to cash these in!)
    • Julie S. 4 years ago
      Number 10 is a silicon cup you insert. It's actually easier than you would think to use, as comfortable as a tampon and it doesn't dry you out like a tampon does. To clean you you simply wash it out with soap and water and between cycles you boil it or they have a cleaner for it.
  • james and Ella Mae j. 4 years ago
    super
  • james and Ella Mae j. 4 years ago
    super
  • james and Ella Mae j. 4 years ago
    super
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