Reducing our ecological footprint also involves reducing waste and recycling. For example, if you’re renovating your wardrobe, don’t throw away the clothes you no longer use. Old jeans in particular are perfect for recycling. Jeans are very durable and versatile, so we can reuse them in many ways. For example, we can create home storage projects out of jeans, as well as new piece of clothing or bags.
In the shower, on the edge of the bathtub, near the sink, in the kitchen. Soap leftovers accumulate everywhere in our homes and we often don’t know what to do with them. Why throw them away? We can instead use them for creative recycling. In this way we can reduce waste, save money and give a second chance to objects and materials that would otherwise end up in landfill.
Cork is a natural and biodegradable material, which is suitable for many uses, so it is a shame to throw it away. In fact, a little glue and a few corks are enough to create beautiful and useful objects for your home. Do you need some ideas? A floating keychain, a bath mat, a pin board, a trivet or a very original pot.