EcoWarehouse Blog

Organic Zinc Sunscreen - Surfers Zinc SPF 50

With all of the knowledge we now have on just how damaging the suns UV rays are to our skin, it makes sense to be proactive and to ensure that you take the very best care possible. 

Bamboo Toothbrushes

Beginning of February me and my daughter opened a new toothbrush and wrote the date onto the brushes. This was out of pure curiosity as I really wanted to know how long my toothbrush would last, as well as our daughter's one. 

Be good, Dish Brush

12 months ago we started using the Be Good Dish Brush. The handle is made of bamboo and the brush head & bristles made from recycled plastic. 

Reusable fresh produce bags

Well, I have to say that those string bags remind me of my teenage years back in Switzerland. Back then, they used to be hip, had nearly one in every colour to match my outfit.

Oxygen Bleach, 100 % Sodium Percarbonate

Can you feel that Spring is in the air? Still cold mornings but beautiful days. I also spotted the first pollen on our car. Which made me think that it is that time of the year again to wake everything up from the "winter sleep"...

Dish cloths

Me personally am not much of a blogger but in this case I'd like to write about this fantastic product. It seems a bit weird to write about such a simple household item, but I feel like it's worth spreading the word.


Are you struggling to keep the little animals away from your compost heap? We have been using the amazing Bokashi compost system for years now and still think this is the best system ever.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

This is an article to share as it is exciting news. As most of us know, methane emissions are worse then all the emissions caused by trains, cars, planes, bikes and boats.

Bike lane is also a Solar Array

Now that is just so impressive. While reading and watching how the have build a bike lane as well as a solar array in Korea we were wondering, if something like that would be possible in New Zealand?


SoapNuts ~ a 100% natural, environment friendly, bio degradable, economical & effective alternative, SoapNuts can easily replace your "normal" detergent.

Reduce Plastic Bags

Did you hear that the Green Party calls on the government to reduce plastic bag uses? A report from the Ministry for the Environment shows the public support for reducing waste from plastic bags. 

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Latest Reviews

  • Stain Remover Bar
    Fleur Pedersen:
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    Fleur Pedersen on Stain Remover Bar

    This stain remover bar is easy to use and does an excellent job removing stains and also sweat odour! Plus it is Eco friendly- Win Win! Love it.
  • Nadine G on Reusable Glass Coffee Cup, 12oz

    Bought 4 for our family. We chose our own favourite colour. Daughter dropped her empty cup at cafe and it was fine. Tough as - most impressed! We all find them easy to use and a pleasure to drink from.
  • Kersha V on Paper Snack and Sandwich Bags, unbleached

    I wanted something that was not a Ziplock bag as I dont want to use plastic in my house. These bags are perfect for sandwiches, big enough for large bread. Perfect! Great product!
  • Large Laundry Pack
    Mary F:
    Great value for money...
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    Mary F on Large Laundry Pack

    I bought these as they are completely natural and free from chemicals and toxins. I was really impressed by the first use but by the fourth I didn't feel they did such a great job. and the used nuts smell odd (the essential oil makes the clothes smell fab). They are excellent for items that aren't actually dirty but need a refresh. I found them lacking when it comes to washing whites. I'd absolutely recommend them, though.
  • Compostable Kitchen Tidy Liners, 27l
    Mary F:
    Great alternative to plastic...
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    Mary F on Compostable Kitchen Tidy Liners, 27l

    I've been using these for a while now and I highly recommend them. They work best with dry waste as they tend to break down with wet waste, but I do use them in my kitchen compost bin as well. They are great for taking straight to the garden as there's no mess and they break down quickly. I love them!