Conventional cleaning goods may leave kitchens and bathrooms gleaming, but they often end up dirtying the environment through microplastics and harmful chemicals. Blueland offers an alternative, selling mix-at-home products that help preserve the planet while polishing one’s home.
Conventional cleaning goods are often marketed on their effectiveness, but as Britons learn more about their potentially harmful ingredients, a growing number are looking for natural, reliable alternatives. Method fills this gap to help people keep their homes and the planet in pristine condition.
Soap bars have gained a reputation as dirty havens for bacteria, with liquid variants gaining popularity due to this fear of germs. But a current lens of wellness is shifting perceptions. Could the humble bar of soap make a timely comeback in an age of ‘good dirt’, clean living and veganism?
Sophie Hinchcliffe, also known as ‘Mrs Hinch’, amassed over 1.7 million followers, high-profile media appearances, and a six-figure book deal in less than a year simply by sharing cleaning tips and videos on Instagram. What is the appeal of watching a woman obsessively scour her home?
The Roomba i7+ has been touted as the smartest vacuum on the market. Self-emptying, voice command-enabled, and able to store up to ten floor plans, the device can make vacuuming truly automatic. But amid heightened cyber-security fears, are people willing to swap their data from a dust-free home?