Be in to win one of three Eco Cloth Starter Kits by Good Change, valued at $57.95 each

Be in to win one of three Eco Cloth Starter Kits by Good Change, valued at $57.95 each.

Stine Smith and Kristy Hunter, two mums in Tauranga, wanted to make the world a cleaner place for their children. The founders of Good Change succeeded; in 2018 they developed a dish cloth made of wood pulp and cotton, making it 100 per cent compostable.

Each Good Change starter kit includes:

2 x medium eco cloth packs
1 x large eco cloth pack
2 x rolls of bamboo reusable wipes

Good Change produces natural, eco-friendly cleaning products that are 100% certified compostable and made for the stylish natural home. They last for up to 9 months and are a new alternative to traditional plastic-wrapped synthetic cleaning cloths and towels. So when it’s time for a change, just compost them in your garden and they’ll fade away as nature intended.

Read more about Stine and Kristy in the March/April issue of NZ Life & Leisure.



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