Tikauo's tips to a Sustainable Living

Human beings are prolific. The pervasivity of human beings can sway the globe symmetrically by prioritizing a promising sustainable life. A preconceived notion, viz investment of two major factors in life, time and effort often confines people in a cocoon. A sustainable life seldom projects a life aloof from your gratification and if that is one of the suspicious obstacles, we can stream you upfront. Buy ethically made homeware. A little awareness and a few simple tweaks to your lifestyle can bring a conspicuous impact, because even a little can sway. We can guide you through our top tips for sustainable living.

Shop Sustainably.

A judicious choice in the dilemmatic terrain is a sign of an astute. Hands down, a good guidance will make things easy. Our blind interest in vogue often clads the goodness in ethical living making our environment to endure the repercussions. It is the responsibility of human beings to bring the change - a change that preserves the ethnicity. Abide buying sustainable fashion online. At Tikauo, we cater textiles made from 100% recycled cotton and recycled PET bottles post multiple iterations to be industry ready.

Reuse and Recycle.

Our needs and impacts are like two peas in a pod. Even though we are crystal clear about the downsides of plastic, we chose to fly the coop. However, what humanly possible is to keep a tight rein and embark recycling. A plastic bag that litters the landscape will take a century to breakdown. Recycling does not concede the downsides of plastic completely, but it indeed reduces the risks that plastics pose to the globe by choosing plastic products carefully and using them safely. 

Considering the positive impacts on earth, we ship our textiles in compostable and recyclable bags. Because you must be the change you want to see in the world.

Support your local producers. 

People abide a Fast Living life which steps up their quality of living. Moreover, it is norm to be fascinated by unconventional products, because they are enticing. But it is wise to keep your choices on the fence and making those choices ideally pragmatic. In the chaos of Fast Living, people are fugitive from their ethical values and the protagonists who nurture them. Local produce epitomizes economic opportunities, health benefits and reduced environmental impacts. Stepping into their shoes not only sway the sustainable life, but also brace the local economy.

Give up 'on the go' plastic.

Almost all aspects of daily life involve plastics in some form or the other. It has an unmatchable comfort to offer from owing light weight to minimum commuting cost. What we need to rift is the pleasure we relish in every ease that plastics offer. We keep the option of not using plastics in a bubble amid our Fast Living life. We advocate a little departure, viz carrying reusable containers and water bottles. To quench our fascination for décor, buy eco-friendly cushions and seat pads. Beauty becomes vibrant when vogue and ethnicity converge, period!

Marginally only 9% of plastics are being recycled every year across the globe against tons of trashed plastics. So, keeping down our rely on plastics is far wiser than the uncertain reconciliation of littering and recycling after even giving it a chance.

Washing clothes and bedding.

It is simply astonishing to know fabric is an incarnation of plastic. The ductile property of plastic is used to create fibers. The fibers are fine, long continuous strands which can be torn apart into short pieces. Then it is ready to be turned into yarn post bail. Tiny strands of Rayon and Nylon shed from synthetic clothes every time we wash and wear them. The fluctuating vogue is sentencing the clothes to be made from cheap and easy to source materials. Setting an irony, manmade fibers have surged to 60% of the clothes we wear. By washing your clothes and fabrics at lower temperatures, using liquid laundry detergent and reducing the spin speed it is possible to reduce the amount of microfibers shedding. We abstain our fabrics from all possible toxic encounters.



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