Posts Tagged ‘clenaer’

Hello Greenzoners! We are announcing (with a little delay), that the GzEcoArticle Contest is going! Go to the websites on which you decided to write an article and have a nice time creating something! Remember about the rules and learn all the information written here – .
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Hello Greenzoners, as the future is becoming today, people are starting to exploit renewable sources of energy – new, amazing projects and designs are being created, to save the money on slowly depleting oil and to reduce the pollution of the environments.

Here are some very creative designs that presents modern constructions and homes depending on earth-based energy, such as geothermal energy.

Eco school (more…)

Ecological cleaners by Wasea

September 10th, 2012

Hi Greenzoners! Did you like the latest Eco Cleaners series? If you liked them, please tell us your opinion about this, that really helps us develop this site and provide with what you need most in blog updates. 🙂

Also, one of Greenzoners, Wasea, wrote and published something more about them on his blog. If you’d like to know more and use that in future, just go see Wasea’s blog:

If you have some even different experiences or ecology-related ideas, just tell us about this, and share. 🙂

Eco Tips: Reusing paper

September 6th, 2012

Here’s some tip about what you can do with a piece of paper you no longer use. If you have A4 page with a printing on only one side, cut it (or tear) into halves or quarters. There, you have a little notepaper with size of A5 or A6… (more…)

Dishes clean, as well as tiles on the floor. 🙂 But what if we have wooden floor? A great way to clean wood is tea – to start with, boil a pot of water. Then, add 5 or 6 tea bags into it. Leave it for about 10 minutes, and, after that, pour that tea into your mop bucket – you can add some cold water, if the tea is too hot. Sweep your floor with mop – it should wash off any stains and even make them a little more shiny.
But watch out – it may be slippery. 😉


If your cookware such as pots and frying pans are getting tarnished, then you won’t cook much – unless you clean your bronze cutlery and dishes.
To do that, you can simply use… ketchup. 🙂 And nothing else, don’t add anything, don’t mix it with anything… just pour some ketchup  on cloth or rag, and rub the tarnished parts until they disappear. After that, clean it with water. Save some time and money and be ecological. 😉

Want to save money on your dishwashing liquid? Try using lemon juice – it has abilities to wash off many stains out of steel or dishes. What you need to do is to mix lemon juice with baking soda and vinegar to create a paste which can be used to clean dishes, surfaces and stain. If you want to clean your house furniture – mix this lemon juice with olive oil. 🙂 The possibilities are many, but always try this mixture before actual cleaning, to check if it won’t cause any damage or bleach marks in your house. 😉

Another interesting facts regarding ecological cleaners – this time we talk about cornstarch. 😉


Cornstarch can be used not only in preparing food – but also it can  be used to wash off grease stains from your carpet. (more…)

Hello, Greenzoners, some interesting ecological facts for you. 🙂
Did you know that:

-Every person throws away around two kilograms of litter each day.

-One bus can carry the amount of people that would need to take 40 cars.