The home you stay in contains items you can dump, recycle or donate. Once you are done using items around you, you tend to either throw them away or reuse the ones that are useful. You need to recycle each item in your possession in the required procedure. Some countries and cities provide special bins to separate used recyclable items like metals or plastics. There are many fun ways of reducing waste at your home by recycling what is used. You will actually save money by following instructions, you will also have fun while at it.
Here are some recommendations from us;

  • Makeup gloss
    It is easy to produce lip gloss at home. If you are a lady, this is a product you must have in your purse. It makes you beautiful and protects your lips. You can create it by melting some of your leftover lipstick and lip balm together.
  • Maketoys for your kids
    You can use old tuna cans to create dummy phones. Your kids can play with them. You need strings, old cans, and some glue. There are some tutorials online to follow. If you are good at it, you can sell some of the excess toys.
  • Feed worms
    There is a high demand for worms by farmers. You can buy some worms and feed them with leftover food. The worms add nutrition to the soil. If you have a kitchen garden, the worms can help you get better and bigger plants.
  • Make ice
    You can use juice or milk cartons to create ice. Ice is very important during hot periods. It even slows down swelling. Take a used an empty carton, rinse it then fill it up with water. Place it in the freezer. You will have your ice in a few hours.
  • Prevent rust or oil spillage
    There are many plastic lids in your home. You can use collect some of them and use to protect some items in your home. Oil jars and metal containers tend to damage surfaces or leave rust marks. Place a plastic lid under a jar or can of aerosols. You will never have rust issues again.
  • Store leftover food
    Use empty plastic containers to store your leftover food. This way you can place them in the fridge and preserve them for another day.
  • Old towels as mops
    There are a number of old towels that take up space in people’s homes. If you fall on this list, we have an idea on how you can reuse your towels. Take the old towels and cut them up into smaller pieces. Use them as floor mops.
    Go around your house and find items you can recycle.

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