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How to make a zero-waste kitchen sponge

DIY: How to make a zero-waste kitchen sponge ♻️ Tawashi sponges are a 100% recycled and free alternative, and they're perfect if you have a few old spare socks on hand.

05/28/2019 11:00 AMupdated: 05/30/2019 1:49 PM
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  • Brut nature
    05/28/2019 11:08

    Maël is the president of (the House of Zero Waste), a place in Paris dedicated to zero waste actions: https://www.zerowastefrance.org/en/project/the-house-of-zero-waste/

  • Padraigin D.
    05/28/2019 11:10

    I like to see more of him and his ideas

  • Arthur H.
    05/28/2019 11:20

    tu me demandais quoi faire de tes fringues pourrie l'autre fois

  • Bernhard H.
    05/28/2019 11:53

    ausprobieren ;)

  • Sandra D.
    05/28/2019 12:17

    Should wash it on 60 i think to kill the germs....

  • Laura M.
    05/28/2019 13:34

    Does the classification of zero waste then not include the microplastic that comes from the fibres of synthetic clothing that get washed into the sea from our drains? Asking for a friend...

  • Therese E.
    05/28/2019 13:45

    👌

  • Pia C.
    05/28/2019 13:49

    after food puzzle this

  • Diana N.
    05/28/2019 14:40

    Old socks.... Really...let me vomit...!

  • Eva M.
    05/28/2019 14:56

    amazing!

  • Vicki M.
    05/28/2019 16:32

    x

  • Virginia E.
    05/28/2019 17:30

    😎

  • Jo R.
    05/28/2019 17:47

    yes!

  • Casey L.
    05/28/2019 19:33

    look how clever

  • Michael D.
    05/29/2019 00:13

    If u wash your dishes with old socks please let me know before you invite me for dinner

  • Alejandra I.
    05/29/2019 01:12

    , me emcanta

  • Shelley R.
    05/29/2019 02:41

    How nice!

  • Francesca M.
    05/29/2019 06:12

    Bellissime....ma bisogna avere manualità....

  • Maïlys I.
    05/29/2019 07:04

    j'ai oublié de te donner le tien lundi!! 😅😮

  • Melody W.
    05/29/2019 07:16

    Finally a purpose for all our single and wholly sox 🙃👍