Greening Your Spring Cleaning

April 09, 2016 1 Comment

The name Full Circle comes from the philosophy that a product’s life cycle should be cyclical rather than linear. Products made from materials that come from the earth can have long, functional, and beautifully designed lives — and can return from where they came from, rather than collecting in a landfill. From innovative powerhouse scrubbers like walnut shells to gentle plant-cellulose towels, Full Circle chooses materials thoughtfully, using less energy to produce goods that are durable and conscientious.

And did we mention tough on grime? Seriously.

Check out some of our favorite spring cleaning essentials below and then explore the full line here.

  • Walnut Scrubber Sponges 
    Harness the natural abrasive power of walnut shells while going gentle on the earth!
  • Buff Bamboo Towels
    These best-selling kitchen towels, made from an organic cotton and bamboo mix, come in a variety of colors.
  • Squeeze Cellulose Cleaning Cloths
    Made from a plant, work like a paper towel. The best part? They last for months and are fully biodegradable.



1 Response

Allen Lilleberg
Allen Lilleberg

April 22, 2016

You advertising! Very tastful use of human models. Descriptions of products teach! Perhaps you could stress more reusability. You do some, do more. Feature where fibers (old fabrics) and books may go before the final disposal. Btw, I carry a slender coffee mug in my pocket with a sip lid. That way I can avoid a “disposable” cup. Our UU congregation is learning and gradually I see more and more of them carrying their own containers and eating implements. Showing respect for the interrelatedness of all nature. Good Job al

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