Serafina. Bathroom Ideas. December 08th , 2017.
Going green in your bathroom doesn't only save you money, it helps protect the environment at the same time. It is really easy and affordable. Here are 5 tips and ideas to help you create an eco‐friendly bathroom.
1. Turn the water off while you are brushing your teeth. One of the easiest ways to go green in your bathroom is to turn off the water while you are brushing your teeth. By doing that, you will not only save money on the water bill, the more important thing is not to waste water.
2. Low flow showerhead. A shower is the largest user of hot water in the bathroom. Replacing your showerhead with a low flow showerhead can reduce water usage by 25% to 60%. It costs less than $20 and you can get it at local home improvement store. It can save thousands of gallons of water every year and save you a lot of money on the water bill.
3. Low flow toilet. Toilets consume the most water in the home (approximately 30%). Low flow toilet uses less water to flush the toilet. If you do not want to spend too much money replacing the toilet, you have to at least make sure the toilet has no leak or is continually running. Low flow toilet is still a very good investment over time as it helps lower your water bill. Surprisingly, simply displace your toilet with a low‐flow toilet could economize 9,000 gallons of water each year.
4. Recycled toilet paper. Using normal toilet paper is like killing millions of trees every year. Making toilet paper also uses a lot of water and energy. Recycled toilet paper has almost the same quality as the normal toilet paper. At Trader Joe's, you can get it the same price as the normal toilet paper.
5. Eco‐Friendly cleaners. Clean your bathroom with eco–friendly cleaners are also a great way to go green. Normal cleaning products could be full of harmful chemicals that are bad for the environment and your health. These types of cleaners do not release a toxin into the air. You can also use vinegar and baking soda to clean your bathroom.
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