Full Circle: Stylish, Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products That Make Dish Washing More Desirable

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Eco-friendly and green products are becoming more main stream and stylish, but we are often limited as to what we can get. For example, up until now I didn’t know of any eco-friendly soap dispensing dish sponges, did you? Full Circle has combined the beauty of sustainable products with the ease of the conveniences we have grown accustomed to in other products. I had the opportunity to review a few of their items (see below) and my favorite so far is the Scoop Sponge! The arch shape allows quicker drying and is the perfect shape and thickness for scooping messes or scrubbing corners of pots and pans. 

The Bottle Brush has been great to get into some of our Klean Kanteens and tall drink bottles, but will also be perfect for baby bottles once our new baby arrives and I have the luxury of handing off some pumped milk to my hubby or family to get a wink of shut eye. My daughter, who is in love with fridge magnets, was fascinated by the Stick ‘Em Magnet Kitchen Towel and it’s nice to have something you can literally toss on the fridge or oven and have it stay where you put it! Lastly, The Ring Vegetable Brush is perfect for cleaning those fruits and veggies I’m trying to eat more of (as I resist the preggo junk food cravings) and it looks so much nicer on my counter than a steel or plastic alternative. 

I have my eye on a soap dispensing pump for convenience and to avoid the eye-sore dish detergent makes on my sink and would love to try their Come Clean Natural Cleaning Solutions that include recipes to make your own cleaning solutions! Visit fullcirclehome.com for their full product line and to find a retailer near you. 

More from Full Circle:

The holidays are fast approaching, and Full Circle has a bevy of stylish and eco-friendly kitchen products that make great stocking stuffers (or, when combined, a nice gift basket).  Made entirely from sustainable and renewable resources like bamboo and cellulose, these household necessities aren’t just good for the planet, they look great in the kitchen, too.
All kitchen products have a life cycle – from a scrub brush to a sponge.  They’re designed and manufactured, serve their purpose, get old and are thrown away.  In the U.S. alone, if one scrub brush per household gets thrown out every year, that’s about 120 million brushes ending up in the garbage.  And most of them are plastic (petroleum-based plastic) which means it takes around 1,000 years before they start to break down.  Full Circle, on the other hand, uses plant-based biodegradable plastics that are still being tough and durable.
So, this year, consumers can give a gift that will keep homes – and the planet – looking beautiful.
Reach Bottle Brush Retail: $5.99
The Reach Bottle Brush allows consumers to clean both the inside and outside of any bottle at the same time.  Made from recycled plastic and recycled stainless steel, this brush is perfect for baby bottles. It cleans inside and out simulataneously (germs can cling to the outside too) and is the perfect size for bottles of all shapes and sizes. It has a flexible, ergonomic handle and loops over the faucet for easy storage.
This super-soft and extra-absorbent towel’s built-in magnet makes it a convenient time saver – consumers can just grab it off their refrigerator door or oven and throw it back when they’re done.  The Stick ‘Em Magnet Towel is always easy to find, and even easier to store.
Scoop Sponge Retail: $4.50/pack of 2
The arch shape of the Scoop Sponge dries fast and keeps bacteria off the counter, while its natural cellulose biodegrades and keeps waste off the planet.  This sponge may be plant-based, but  it is still long–lasting, and can be cleaned in the dishwasher, microwave or by boiling.
Part bamboo handle + part natural & recycled bristle blend = entirely Earth-friendly.  Basically, it’s as easy on the Earth as the vegetables that it cleans.  The Ring makes a beautiful statement on counters and is great for scrubbing everything from apples to zucchini.

About Full Circle:
Full Circle was launched in March 2009 with the mission of creating products that balance style, function, sustainability and affordability.  The founders share the ideal that products shouldn’t sacrifice form or function in order to be green.  Each product is designed and materials are selected based on impact to the environment over the entire product life cycle.  This includes raw materials sourcing, durability and disposal.  Each Full Circle product is designed to look beautiful and last long, without leaving a lasting impact on the Earth. For additional information on Full Circle’s products, visit www.fullcirclehome.com.  Products can be purchased directly at http://fullcircle.alice.com.

Samples of the products mentioned in the review were provided for this review. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.

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