November 21, 2016

Zero Waste Q-Tips

Check out this video where I talk about if and how I use Q-Tips while living a Zero Waste lifestyle.


  1. I use an "ear spoon" of sorts. Gets rid of the stuff faster and completely reuseable. Q Tips is a complete waste of cotton and plastic.

  2. When I was little, my mom cleaned my years with cotton wrapped around a matchstick. Since cotton can be composted, and the wooden stick can be reused, this can be a better alternative if you cannot let your ears "roam free" :)

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    1. They are widely used across the globe, but were actually first carried around by vikings in a little multi-tool, along with nail file and toothpick, not what you usually associate with the vikings haha! I bought mine for 99 cents in a Japanese grocery store, I use it everyday. In Japan everyone uses one as soon as they get out of the shower, people assume you are unhygienic if you don't!


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