We’re not exactly sure who wants to read a blog about laundry (or dishwashing), but having one helps more people find us on the internet – so every so often we’ll post an update, maybe some detergent trivia, perhaps a joke about non-bio, sometimes even an ode to the dirty dishes. Welcome to a smol blog. posted.


Water, water everywhere...

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It's time to stop wasting water. How we use it and how we manage it. Millions and millions of gallons of water are needlessly being packed onto lorries within various products then driven up and down the country pointlessly. Here at smol we’re determined to put an end to this wasteful shipping of water from place to place.

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Dishwash the Dirt

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How do we ensure having clean dishes doesn’t waste valuable resources?

Should we wash by hand… or dishwash the dirt?

The answer might surprise.

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Careful what you wash for...

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Who knew that the very type of clothing we wash plays a large part in how we are polluting the water system? Learn 3 smol ways avoid polluting our waterways when we wash our sportswear from our friends over at ethical activewear brand Asquith London

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#washwell is our guide to smart washing and the many smol changes we can all easily make to help us use less energy and less water, to reduce our carbon footprint and our energy bills. 

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a smol refill

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Did you know you could return your empty smol cases to us? Deliveries come and go here at smol HQ but we especially love receiving your empties that you return to us for re-use. Whilst they are 100% recyclable (including the label), some of you live in areas where the council doesn’t accept them (although 79% of UK councils do). And many more of you simply prefer to return your packs rather than recycle. Either option is more sustainable than the mainstream so pats on backs all-round. Once your empties arrive, we check and clean them before they are refilled....

big is dead, long live smol.

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