Zero Waste Cleaning Box


Keeping plastic waste a minimum in the home is a great way to help the environment – send the waste warrior in your life a hamper full of all the zero waste cleaning items they need. Perfect for a friend or family member that’s moving house, or a loved one who is starting out their low-tox life.


  • eucalyptus-based cleaning products from Euca, packaged in zero-waste glass jars – including all purpose & glass cleaner, floor & general cleaner, disinfectant, and dishwashing & laundry products
  • organic soapberries
  • dishwashing block
  • compostable bin liners
  • plastic-free dish brush
  • coconut scourers
  • stain remover laundry stick
  • forest-friendly paper towel
  • plant-based loofah sponges
  • bambo veggie brush

**Please note that the exact varieties are subject to change – all replacements will be of equal or greater retail value**

(Price is inclusive of delivery for those within Real Food Grocer Service Area)



At Real Food Gifts the careful selection of the brands we support shows the people we’re gifting that we’ve really taken some time to think about our gifts.

This is never more true than when selecting items from industries that are rife with harsh chemicals, environmental harm, and deforestation.

Cleaning items are a minefield of ethical and environmental choices, and Real Food Gifts only support brands that are doing good, not only by the way their produce and market their own products – but in how they take positive actions to improve their industry.

Brands you’ll find in this hamper:

Who Gives a Crap

WGAC donates 50% of it’s profits to global sanitation projects – helping combat the 2.7 Million deaths that are caused each year by lack of sanitation. 40% of the world’s population doesn’t have access to a toilet, which is why Who Gives A Crap donates so much of it’s profits to help build toilets for those in need.

Who Gives A Crap only use forest friendly materials like sugar cane & bamboo fibre, meaning they help us as consumers to save thousands of trees and thousands of tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. “After all, trees should be for hugging, not wiping!”

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