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Full Circle Grunge Buster, Suds Up, and Flip Review and Giveaway

Full Circle Logo
     I honestly couldn't wait very long to write about this next company because of all the neat products
they have with of course an environmentally friendly twist.  Full Circle is a company that prides itself
on frequently changing and updating their products to be used in the most "green friendly" manner
possible.  I was given three products to review: The Grunge Buster Grout & Tile Brush, Flip Loofah
Sponges, and Suds Up Dish Brush.

     Grunge Buster is one of their newest products made from Bamboo and recycled plastic.  This has an iron shape to easily hang and grip on to while scrubbing away.  The outer softer bristles clean tile, while the
tough narrow middle bristles do a killer job on grout.  My favorite part of the design is this stands easily for quick drying and bacteria build-up prevention.  I am always cleaning my shower while in the shower so I leave my "tools" inside while not in use which doesn't always work out very well.  Everything else I have used always collects mold or mildew and has to be thrown away.  Not anymore!!



    
      Suds Up is made from bamboo, natural bristles, recycled plastic bristles, plastic, biodegradable Bonterra™ (a plant-based plastic).  I love the stylish design of this product; it doesn't just look like every other dirty sink scrub brush!  Its stand up design keeps the bristles off the counter and sink as well as hold your soap discretely.  You can also purchase brush head replacements to reduce waste and save money!




     Flip is a sponge and scrubber all in one with tough natural loofah on one side and a soft cellulose sponge on the other.   This expands to twice its size when wet, dries completely back to original size and completely biodegrades when composted.  I have to be honest I decided not to use Flip in the kitchen.  As strange as it may sound I took this product into the shower to use on myself.  The loofah is gentle enough for the boys skin as well as my own and helps exfoliate gently.  Weird?  Yes, but it has worked and lasted!


     This statement on their website is what has made a difference in how I think about the products I use:
"At Full Circle, we believe in constantly striving to do things better. Because while there may be a
finite number of resources in the world, there’s an infinite number of ways to use them more wisely. And
figuring out how to do that is what gets us up every morning."  Awesome, right?!  Full Circle’s line of
products are made from sustainable and renewable resources.  All scraps are recycled and products are
made and packaged as close to the raw material sources as possible to keep transportation to a minimum.

Cost:  $9.99 Suds Up
         $5.99 Flip/3 Sponges
         $5.99 Grunge Buster
Available to purchase:  Full Circle.  There is a full list here of online retailers and by state.
Recommendation:  These are environmentally safe products, made by a an eco-friendly company all for fantastic prices that you'd pay the same for anywhere else.  You would probably even have to replace the "name brand" products more frequently because of how cheaply they are made!
Facebook:  Full Circle
Twitter:  @FullCircleHome



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