Store & Refill Hub Opening

OUR GREEN GODDESS STORE IS NOW OPEN! 3/3 Workspace Drive, Hobsonville Come down Dowdens Lane past Hobsonville Primary, turn left at the round about onto Workspace Drive, number 3 is towards the end of the street on the right. You’ll see our Green Goddess sign, come into the lane and look for our factory and shop which is half way down on the left. Theres plenty of parking. All Wendyls Green Goddess powdered and liquid …

 

 

Natalie’s Cinnamon Rawnola

This is just so yummy and healthy too! Natalie Brady is sharing her divine raw granola recipe with us this week. Okay guys, you may have noticed from my instagram posts that recently I’ve been adding rawnola on top of everything. Seriously guys, it’s amazing! It’s super simple and easy to make. I like to make a large batch of it which I store in the fridge in an airtight container.  It’s honestly so versatile you can …

 

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DIY In Ground Pet Poo Composter

Here you go … the DIY version of the In-Ground Pet Poo Composter You can make this composter as big or as small as you choose depending on the size of the bucket or bin (should you wish to go that large). In both cases you’ll need it to be sturdy with a strong lid that closes well. First you need to decide where to put your composter, in a remote corner of the garden …

 

 

How To Clean Dirty Upholstery

Adapted from Wendyl’s book Recipes For A Cleaner Life If you can borrow or rent a steam cleaner with an upholstery nozzle, that would be my first choice. You don’t have to add a commercial detergent; just using water and steam will do a great job. However, if your piece of furniture is particularly soiled you may want to add a little non toxic liquid soap. Opt for a natural Castile such as our Green Goddess Unscented …

 

 

NEW Home Compostable Earth Bags!

Our new home compostable earth bags are made from brown recycled paper with a corn-based 100% natural biofilm coating that is a renewable resource, and most importantly, is home compostable. All you have to do is remove the labels and the tin tie – which is on the top of the bag and holds it shut. Then rip the bag into pieces, wet with a little water and put them straight into your compost pile …