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Wight Can Eco is proud to be a distributor of Wikaniko eco friendly products.

Helping to draw attention to the  non-sustainable life style we live.

It's really not about whether  you believe in global warming and climate change, but it is a no brainer to know that we are relying on resources that are running out.

Sustainable doesn't mean living off grid living the permaculture life, although if this is your bag then more power to your arm; it simply means reducing our consumption of the natural resources that we heavily rely on and seem to think will last forever.

A Few ideas from round the web

  • Multipurpose DIY Holiday Spice Refresher Spray

    Have that musty smell on something in your home? It was on our holiday decor so I created this homemade cleaner and deodorizing spray to get rid of it! Of course the spray is all natural and multi-purpose. Enjoy! Multipurpose DIY Holiday Spice Refresher Spray was written by Katie Vance.
  • Benefits of Cabbage and a Cabbage Rolls Recipe

    Are there benefits to eating cabbage? Yes, very much so! Read about the many benefits of cabbage and enjoy this cabbage rolls recipe that will help you realize those--DELICIOUS--benefits! Did we mention cabbage is very inexpensive AND healthy? Benefits of Cabbage and a Cabbage Rolls Recipe was written by Dawn Combs.
  • Six Ways To Cure Cold Process Soap Faster

    Curing soap takes awhile and can test your patience, but there are a few things you can do to speed up the process. There are also things to avoid that can slow the curing process even more. Let's take a look. Six Ways To Cure Cold Process Soap Faster was written...
  • How to Make All Natural Wax for Leg Hair Removal

    A tutorial on how to make sugar wax recipe. Make your own natural, inexpensive leg hair removal wax without all the costly and potentially harmful ingredients! How to Make All Natural Wax for Leg Hair Removal was written by Debra Maslowski.
  • Learn How to Make Felted Wool Dryer Balls

    Learn how to make felted wool dryer balls, then save time, money, and energy by tossing four to six balls in with each dryer load. They also reduce static. Learn How to Make Felted Wool Dryer Balls was written by Betsy Jabs.

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