Handy Andy has created a range of triggerless refills which make it easier and more environmentally friendly than ever to keep your home clean and tidy.
Read more about the Handy Andy refill range and how they work. We also give you some detail on how they reduce waste and benefit your back pocket too.
What are Handy Andy Refills?
The Handy Andy Cream Cleaner range is a firm South African favourite when it comes to cleaning products. The innovative micro-crystals in the cream can penetrate and remove all kinds of tough dirt in the kitchen, bathroom, and other areas of the home.
Handy Andy understands that people are not interested in spending hours cleaning but would rather have more time with their family and friends. They also understand that sustainability in the products they use is essential to many homeowners too. So, they married these two concepts and came up with the ingenious Handy Andy refill range which saves you time, money, and reduces waste.
The Handy Andy Refill Range
The Handy Andy refill range includes refills for the Handy Andy Cream Cleaner, the Handy Andy UltraFast Spray, and the Floor and All Purpose Liquid Cleaner. When it comes to the Handy Andy refill price, you’ll be paying a lot less for the refill too, so you’ll be saving money.
Reuse your old spray bottle trigger spray head by screwing it onto the refill bottle or if you wish, you can use a glass bottle that has been cleaned. Pour the refill bottle content into the reusable bottle and carry on as normal. It’s that quick, and that simple!
How Does Using Refills Help Reduce Waste?
When you use a refill, you are reducing the amount of plastic waste that you’re throwing away. For example:
Using the cream refill pouches means you will be re-using your 750ml bottle again.
Using the spray bottle refills you will be reusing your trigger spray head again.
Using the Floors All Purpose Concentrate refill means you will be reusing your Floor 750ml bottle again.
Reusing your old bottles and not throwing them away after one use, means less plastic waste in the landfill.
When you see the Handy Andy 750ml refill price, you’ll also know that it is cheaper to buy a refill and reuse an old bottle than it is to buy a new one. So not only will you be reducing waste, but you’ll be reducing your monthly grocery budget too!
Tips on How to Recycle More at Home
At Cleanipedia, we’re passionate about sustainability and helping you become more environmentally conscious at home. Here are our top tips on how to recycle more at home:
Start by creating a recycling space in your kitchen. You can either choose to have separate bins for glass, paper, plastic, and tins. If space is a problem, store the bins outside and separate your waste into them once a day.
Be knowledgeable. When you know more, you can do more. Inform yourself about what products and packaging can be recycled.
Always choose a refill over a new bottle. Keep the original bottle (or use a reusable bottle or glass bottle) and rather buy a refill of your favourite detergent.
Get used to repurposing. Find new and ingenious ways to repurpose old things like lamp shades, egg boxes, sheets, and more.
Keen to know more about how to recycle anything from old clothes to glass? We’ve got a great list of must-read blogs for you to browse through now:
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