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  • 3 common kitchen counter stains and how to remove them
    3 common kitchen counter stains and how to remove them

    We've all been there. You've just cooked and enjoyed a big hearty meal, cleaned up and you're ready to put your feet up, but then, in the corner of your eye you see it. A stain. It's taunting you. How did it get there? What even is it? Why is it there?
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  • How to clean suede shoes
    how to clean suede shoes

    You might be surprised but one of the quickest ways to revitalise your suede shoes might already be sitting in your kitchen, in the lovely rectangular shape of our plastic free compostable sponges (and if it isn’t sitting in there maybe we’ll convince you fix that mistake too).
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  • Black plastic, is it recyclable?
    Black plastic, is it recyclable?

    Not all black plastic was born equal. Black plastic got a bit of a bad name from the commonly used “Carbon Dyed’ black plastic.
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  • How to get Beer Clean glassware?
    How to get Beer Clean glassware?

    We’ve teamed up with our good friends at Toast Ale to teach you how to get Beer Clean standards for your glassware at home.
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  • What flowers are poisonous to dogs?
    What flowers are poisonous to dogs?

    You might've met our Wilton mascot, Ted, he's an essential cog in the Wilton machine, and as a B Corp business that's committed to being cruelty free we're always thinking about what we bring into our home and around Ted.
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  • What is Compostable vs Biodegradable?
    What is Compostable vs Biodegradable?

    Lots of businesses offer packaging products that are biodegradable and compostable, but what do these terms actually means and how do they affect our lovely planet?
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  • How to remove red wine stains?
    How to remove red wine stains?

    Hands up, how many times have you spilled red wine on your clothes? It's okay, we've all ruined a tee (or 12) with red wine stains, next time it happens, because there's always a next time, try out these handy tips and let's get those stains lifted Wiltoners.
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  • How to use oxygen bleach in your home cleaning?
    How to use oxygen bleach in your home cleaning?

    Our Eco Oxy Bleach is chlorine and phosphate free, it's formula is kind to the environment, readily biodegradable, vegan and doesn't contain any enzymes or optical brighteners.
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  • What should I clean when someone gets sick?
    What should I clean when someone gets sick?

    It’s only natural to want to keep any illnesses from spreading around your home, whether it’s the sniffles, a nasty stomach bug or a scalding fever. By taking a few precautions, you can nip that bug in the bud.
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  • How to clean glass surfaces
    How to clean glass surfaces

    Our eco-friendly glass cleaner is packed with loads of naturally derived ingredients for an earth friendly, smear-free and fast-drying finish. This natural zesty and botanical fragrance has a strong lemony aroma, but this isn't your regular old boring lemon scent. We use lots of natural essential oils to make sure our eco friendly cleaning products pack the punch you expect them to.
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  • How to clean electronics safely
    How to clean electronics safely

    Is your laptop screen full of dust or plagued by grubby finger marks after WFH with kids running riot? All our electrical products are muckier than ever and you can't just pop them in the dishwasher. So here are some tips to clean your electronics safely with non toxic cleaning methods.
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  • "B The Change", Be B Corp
    Wilton London b corporation

    Being a certified B Corp means we are a for-profit company that uses the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy.
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