For The Greener Good: 3 Zero Waste Alternatives

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reusable rags

Paper towels are surprisingly expensive. Give your wallet a break and use cut old towels and t-shirts to use as rags. Once they're dirty, stick them in the wash and tuck them under your sink. You'll never have to buy paper towels again.

reusable rags

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dryer balls

These wool dryer balls are about the same price as a box of dryer sheets. However, these woolen balls work forever and are free of chemicals. Add a few drops of essential oil to each ball for a fresh scent if that suits your fancy.

dryer balls

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stainless steel straws

Can't drink out of a glass because you're three-years-old on the inside? Me too. Instead of using single-use straws, replace them with glass or stainless steel ones. They can go straight into the dishwasher when you're done.

stainless steel straws