Thursday, June 3, 2010

Top Eco Tip Giveaway - Win an Envirosax Pouch

Have a great eco-friendly tip? What about a greener living idea you've shared with your friends and now they're all doing it too? We're looking for the best, most useful eco tip ever.

Send us your best tip about living life a little greener - whether you've heard about, tried it, or live by it every day - and you could win a 5-pack pouch of Envirosax reusable shopping bags!


Simply post your tip on our Facebook page, email it to us at customerservice@lavishandlime.com or post it below as a comment. We'll compile them all, then post the finalists on our Facebook page for a vote. The best-loved tip will win the Envirosax pouch and runners up will receive a reusable sandwich wrap.


So go on, send us your tip - big or small - we're all ears!

Giveaway Details

All tips must be received by email or posted on Lavish & Lime's Facebook page or blog by July 12, 2010 to be considered as entries. Winners will be notified no later than August 1, 2010.
Actual Envirosax pouch prizes may vary from style shown.
By sending a tip to Lavish & Lime you are agreeing to allow Lavish & Lime to publish the tip and/or use the tip in their promotional materials.

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

Like many women, I change my purse pretty often. I stashed a reusable bag in each of my purses so I always have one with me. I haven't paid for a plastic bag in over a year!

cheerios said...

I would like one of these Envirosax pouchs. It would be so much simpler to be able to put one right in my purse. I'm always leaving the cloth bags in the car..

musicmom said...

A cup of vinegar in my laundry rinse water keeps my clothes and towels from becoming "crunchy" when I hang them outside to dry. It also helps remove odours. I'm a huge fan of vinegar for many cleaning projects!

Tamara said...

I use Norwex cloths to clean my house; the harshest thing I now use to clean is vinegar! The cloths trap all bacteria and kill the bacteria in the cloth with embedded silver (and no, I don't sell Norwex!).

怡君 said...

A contented mind is a perpetual feast. ....................................................

Small Footprints said...

One of the easiest, and most effective, changes we've made is to twist off light bulbs throughout our home. For example, 10 bulbs in the bathroom really aren't necessary ... so we've twisted off all but two. The overhead fan has three bulbs ... we've twisted off one in the living room and two in the bedrooms. It's an easy change and has saved us money while conserving energy!

Tammy said...

We use soap nuts/ berries. These little guys are amazing, crack open 5 or 6 nuts and place them in a muslin bag. Through them in your laundry, your clothes will come out nice a clean and fresh. Five nuts will do 4 to 5 loads. Boil about 15 nuts in 6 cups of water and make a household cleaner. It cleans everything from your bathroom, kitchen, your hair and even jewelry. I can't say enough about how great these are.

h said...

Instead of buying the individual size yogurts for my son's lunch, I buy a large container of yogurt, use reusable containers (like the Kids Konserve stainless steel containers)and put individual portions in those each day. Not only do you end up using/recycling less plastic but you can cut out a lot of sugar by buying plain yogurt and then just adding fruit yourself! Also, to get a bit more use out of the yogurt container before recycling it, I use it to store my clothespins outside so they are clean and dry for laundry day. They also make great arts and crafts materials for the kids!

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