7 Ways To Clean Up This Gandhi Jayanti

Achieving a Swachh Bharat begins at home and here are seven unique, natural and handmade ways you can clean up around the house this Gandhi Jayanti.

October 2nd is Gandhi Jayanti. A good day, then, to remind ourselves about the pressing need to support and never stop trying to achieve one of Bapu’s most cherished dreams – a hygienic and beautiful India.

The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a step in this direction. Fittingly, Gandhiji is the face of this movement. The first steps in achieving a cleaner India begin at home and here are seven ways can clean up around the house and support the great man’s vision of a clean and healthy India.

1. ESSENTIAL OIL FLOOR CLEANER:

Mitti Se presents a completely natural floor and surface cleaner that’s cost-effective and environmentally-friendly. This is a great cleaning product that’s good for you and the environment.

2. NATURAL LAUNDRY DETERGENT:

Rustic Art urges you to consider this eco-friendly, animal-friendly, clothes-friendly, and pocket-friendly laundry detergent. Welcome to the friendliest way to clean laundry.

3. PLANT BASED DISHWASHER:

Mountain Herbs offers you the anti-bacterial properties of coconut oil and castor oil in an all natural dishwashing liquid that will leave your dishes sparkling and your hands moisturized.

4. ARTSY DUST BIN:

Reinvention Factory reinvents the dust bin and cordially invites you to discover the prettier sides of litter disposal.

5. BAMBOO BASKETS:

Pawan Emporium has for you these most elegant linen baskets made of cane that make for a useful, durable, and aesthetically pleasing addition to your laundry habit.

6. CLUTTER BUSTER:

Élan points you to a tidy and pretty way to a cleaner desk, pleasing surroundings, and a more focussed mind with this bright desk organiser.

7. BATHROOM BEAUTIFIERS:

KakshyaaChitra Wall Decals has a host of thoughtful and simple approaches to cleaner and more welcoming rest rooms. Check in to check them out.

 

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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