Gallery: The Best Green Products from the 2011 International Housewares...

 
Alex is one of those really smart products that makes you smack your forehead saying "why didn't I think of that?" This reusable bottle has a patent-pending seal in the middle that allows the two halves to separate for easy cleaning. Because the bottles are available in a range of sizes, the tops and bottoms can be mixed and matched to create the perfect size to suit your needs on any given day. When you need to save space, the two halves nest into each other, so your can easily toss it into your carry-on luggage.

This potato brush by Full Circle infuses an everyday object with a lot of personality! It is specially designed to fit in the palm and has a unique corer tool to quickly and easily remove potato “eyes” with a simple twist. It is made from a colorful combination of bamboo and recycled plastic.

We told you about Replenish cleaning products a few months ago, but the great news is that they will be available for purchase on April 1st at your nearest Whole Foods. The concentrated, plant-based cleanser come in a small container that plugs into a reusable spray bottle. Simply fill the bottle with water from the tap and a little squeeze adds a concentrated cleaning solution to the main chamber. The carbon-cutting, convenient design significantly reduces the product’s shipping weight.

Passionate mom Vianka Perez Belyea and business-savvy Tavinder Phull have created a line of attractive and eco-friendly safety products that protect toddlers from bumps, scratches, and other danger around the home. Released under the brand Rhoost, these products are all BPA, lead, and phthalate-free and are 100% recyclable.

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  1. Beth August 22, 2011 at 12:48 am

    I just bought the potato brush from Full Circle today- and I love it!

  2. Lea Bogdan March 16, 2011 at 11:27 am

    No Problem IDCook! Please keep us up to date on your new products!

  3. Gilles Gallo March 15, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    http://www.idcook.com differents models of solar cooker and solar barbecue

    Thank you for your comment

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