Homegrown Heroes - Reuse the little things you would otherwise throw away for savvy saving!
Longer-lasting, greater value. Now that’s Fairyconomy.
Money may not grow on trees, but great value does. Reusing the little things you would otherwise throw away is not only a savvy saving but also better for the environment. Investing in homegrown produce will last twice as long and is always at hand. Try our tips for using the food you buy in a more sustainable way around the home.
All of your peelings, carrots, turnips and potatoes can be put to good use. Instead of throwing them in the bin, collect them under your sink and
recycling bin. Vegetable peelings create a great compost for your garden plants, saving you on expensive gardening products with a more eco-friendly approach.
Grow your own herbs
Save more than a pinch when you buy a pot of herbs rather than packets. Once you’ve used the herbs, just keep making sure they get enough sunlight and water and they’ll keep growing back. Which means you can cross them off your shopping list.
Left over tea leaves
There are lots of things you can do with used tea bags. They’re great for tired eyes, healing burnt skin or tenderizing meat. For your budding spring plants, try adding your old tea bags your roses or compost heap. The tea enhances the soil for healthier, happier plants. With a little smart planning after every cup you can save money on compost throughout the year.
Another great way to make a saving in the kitchen is to use Fairy when washing up. Fairy lasts 50% longer than the next best selling brand, saving you money in the long run.