It's been Plastic Free July for a whole month and I've not managed to mention it once ... yup, I admit it I am a bad blogger 😄
Most of you know me well enough by now to know that I recycle, I reuse, I most definintely re-purpose and I basically do the very best I can. Hardly any of the plastic that I do get is single use plastic and the few things that I do get are recycled wherever possible to the correct place.
Something that I switched to at the start of last year when it became increasingly difficult to get washing powder tablets in cardboard boxes, was the smol range of products.
I started with a free trial of the washing capsules, which come through your letterbox in a sturdy cardboard box. The trial proved to me that they did everything that I needed them to do and I signed up for a regular subscription after a week of using them.
The box is so childproof that it drove me to distraction, but if you have children this is a good thing.
There are instructions on how to open it and information on everything else that you need to know.
But I cheat, and for ease of use as soon as mine arrive I tip them into my little enamel pan ...
... and store them next to the little enamel bucket that holds the pegs.
A few months after starting with the washing capsules and when I had used up my supply of fabric conditioner I added bottles of the smol fabric conditioner to my order and trialled that. It's very good and does exactly what it's supposed to but without leaving you scented like a pine forest or a rose garden.
You can choose how many laundry capsules you want to receive and also how often you want to receive them, ditto with the fabric conditioner and any of the other cleaning supplies that you might want to try. There are also dishwasher tablets and surface sprays, (neither of which I use) so you could get all your cleaning supplies from one place and through the post
But the most important thing for me is that it gets the washing clean, smelling fresh and not synthetic and everything arrives just when I need it and if my needs change I can update how often I want to receive something.
If you would like a free trial like I did, just click HERE to go to the smol website and choose the item you would like to sample, and for just £1 towards the postage you will have enough of the product you choose to get a good idea of if it's right for you.
This is not in any way a sponsored post, just something that I use regularly and highly recommend.