That’s right, I’m excited about dishwashing tablets (it obviously doesn’t take much!) but hear me out. I love a good clean, I love the kitchen being tidy, I love the whole house being tidy. It just makes me happy and I like living in an organised space.
But, what I am more excited about is the environment. If I can use a product that not only cares for my cleaning obsession, but for the planet as well, I’m all for it! Less plastic, less harmful chemicals and less waste.
Social enterprise Spacewhite kickstarts kitchen cleaning products with a conscience (which is right up my alley). I’m sick of seeing brands still using plastic, still using harmful chemicals, we don’t need to.
Innovative Australian social enterprise Spacewhite has launched dishwashing tablets with an enviable environmental awareness, encouraging Aussie households to embrace a life without single-use plastic, which is music to my ears.
Boasting both extra strong cleaning power and a natural, dissolvable film, Spacewhite Dishwashing Tablets offer a kinder way to clean. The key ingredient is Soda Ash – also known as Washing Soda (Sodium carbonate); a strong alkali base used in green cleaning products. It’s natural and it’s not harmful.
Free from phosphates, harsh chemicals and microbeads, Spacewhite Dishwashing Tablets remove the need to pre-rinse or pre-soak. With a built-in rinse aid, the unique, fragrance-free tablets are tough on stains and also septic tank friendly.
Made from mineral and plant-based materials, Spacewhite Dishwashing Tablets have a compostable film, as proven by the renowned International Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI).
The Spacewhite sustainable product range also includes plastic wrap-free bamboo toilet paper which has been produced in recycled water and contains no dyes, inks or scents – as well as new product innovations such as a biodegradable, plant-based laundry detergent that comes in a new sheet format instead of powder.
You bet I’m ordered the toilet paper too! Right, where’s the cleaning gloves? Oh, that’s right, I don’t need them. No harmful chemicals in our house. Here’s to conscious cleaning and looking after our environment.
I never thought I’d be writing about cleaning products, but it’s important to think about household products, not just fashion or beauty when it comes to looking after our environment, health and our planet. I’m passionate about brands who are doing their best to look after it too.