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Collection: Kitchen

Discover a whole range of plastic-free kitchen products, suitable for cooking, cleaning and more. A wide collection of alternatives for an eco-friendly kitchen are available. 

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  • Biodegradable Bowl Covers x3
    Tabitha Eve - Bowl Covers - Life Before Plastik
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    Tabitha Eve DIY Vegan Wax Wraps - Life Before Plastik
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    100% Cotton Unpaper Towels - Life Before Plastik
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Collection: Kitchen

Discover a whole range of plastic-free kitchen products, suitable for cooking, cleaning and more. A wide collection of alternatives for an eco-friendly kitchen are available. 

Swapping to a scourer made from coconut, to stainless steel drinking straws, or a dish washing block, bit by bit you'll end up with a plastic free kitchen. It's super important to remember to switch each product once you've run out of the thing it's replacing and not to cause any additional waste. Maybe start with a small swap such as a washing up sponge made from loofah (it's part of the cucumber family) or to aluminium foil that's been recycled. 

I became obsessed with dish wash blocks as an alternative to washing up liquid. It's amazing that you can create the same amount of lather with a bar of soap! It cuts through grease, doesn't feel a film and leaves your dishes looking shiny and clean. It also lasts ages - 6 to 12 months depending on how often you use it! 

Have you maybe been using a brita filter or similar and want to try a more natural method with zero waste? Test out our charcoal water filters. Completely natural and eco friendly, with no waste at all. It's really exciting once you get into it and start realising all the changes you can make and how most of them require very little effort.