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Cork Material

Why is cork material so amazing? What is cork wood? Cork as we know it come from the actual Bark of the Cork oak tree (Quercus suber), not the actual wood. Its Structure is amazing and one of a kind! Cork presents a characteristic¬†cellular¬†structure in which the¬†cells¬†have usually are pentagonal or hexagonal shape. The cells […]

How to clean stained coffee or tea pots naturally?

Baking soda and Vinegar Baking soda and vinegar lie on opposite ends of the pH scale. Baking soda is the common name for sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3). Most people probably associate it with cooking, because it makes your cakes and breads big and puffy. Vinegar is a dilute solution of acetic acid (HC2H3O2), produced by¬†bacteria¬†during fermentation. […]

Natural Home made repellent against Aphids

  Why using Natural insect repellent for plants is better¬†than¬†the chemical one? Well it is a quite obvious reason, but to clarify again. When you have plants at home where you use chemicals on, you breath the chemicals as well. Chemical repellent are a bit like antibiotics, you know they are bad for you and […]

Small Steps to Zero Waste

With plastic being so ever present in our daily lives, it might seem hard to imagine a zero- or low waste lifestyle at first. But it doesn‚Äôt start with zero waste. It starts with smaller steps, with you re-evaluating your daily needs and making small but significant decisions towards a more sustainable way of life. […]