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  • How is Splosh simplifying household cleaning for Britons?
  • How is Splosh simplifying household cleaning for Britons?
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Splosh: zero-waste cleaning via letterbox

In the wake of COVID-19, people are making fewer shoppings trips and focusing more on hygiene. Splosh, a UK-based subscription service, simplifies things by offering effective, eco-minded, zero-waste household and personal cleaning products delivered through the letterbox.

Location United Kingdom

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In the battle against COVID-19 stockpiling, from March 2020, British supermarkets like Asda and Lidl began limiting the number of cleaning products each customer could buy. [1] Yet as people started spending almost every hour of the day in their homes, cleaning became unavoidable – and for some, a kind of therapy. But eight years before getting hold of handwash, disinfectant, and floor cleaner became a mission akin to locating the Holy Grail, Splosh was delivering refillable concentrated cleaning products directly to British doorsteps.

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