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20 eco-friendly products to help reduce household waste

Mediafeed Logo By Heather Berzak of Mediafeed | Slide 2 of 21:    Shop now  Instead of buying a brand new bottle of cleaner every time you run out, what if you could just refill the bottle with a tablet and some water? Well, you can. Sarah Paiji Yoo, the CEO and co-founder of Blueland explained the mission behind the brand, "I founded Blueland with the belief that we shouldn’t have to sacrifice a clean home for a clean planet," Yoo said. "Our mission is simple, make being eco easy with innovative products in reusable packaging that are convenient, effective and affordable."These cleaning kits come with three shatter-proof, reusable cleaning bottles and three dissolvable cleaning tablets: one multi-surface tablet, one bathroom tablet and one glass/mirror tablet. The packaging used for shipping is also compostable. This product appeared on Shark Tank, receiving a deal from Kevin O'Leary, a.k.a Mr. Wonderful, for 3% equity in the company and a 50 cent royalty on every bottle sold in exchange for a $270,000 investment.

1. The Clean Up Kit from Blueland - $29

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Instead of buying a brand new bottle of cleaner every time you run out, what if you could just refill the bottle with a tablet and some water? Well, you can. 

Sarah Paiji Yoo, the CEO and co-founder of Blueland explained the mission behind the brand, "I founded Blueland with the belief that we shouldn’t have to sacrifice a clean home for a clean planet," Yoo said. "Our mission is simple, make being eco easy with innovative products in reusable packaging that are convenient, effective and affordable."

These cleaning kits come with three shatter-proof, reusable cleaning bottles and three dissolvable cleaning tablets: one multi-surface tablet, one bathroom tablet and one glass/mirror tablet. The packaging used for shipping is also compostable. 

This product appeared on Shark Tank, receiving a deal from Kevin O'Leary, a.k.a Mr. Wonderful, for 3% equity in the company and a 50 cent royalty on every bottle sold in exchange for a $270,000 investment.

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