microbz power cleaner

In a world where sustainability and environmental consciousness are at the forefront of our minds, Microbz Power Cleaner emerges as a beacon of hope. This revolutionary cleaning product not only ensures a sparkling clean environment but also aligns with your commitment to a healthier planet.

Microbz Power Cleaner is unlike any other cleaning solution on the market. What sets it apart is its commitment to being completely non-toxic, making it safe for you, your family, and the environment. Harnessing the power of beneficial microorganisms, this cleaner works in harmony with nature to tackle dirt and grime effectively.

Ingredients of Microbz Power Cleaner

Beneficial microbes, organic malt, purified water, citric acid, raw alcohol, apple cider vinegar, sea water minerals, amylase, lipase, grapefruit essential oil, and rosemary essential oil.

How to use Power Cleaner

All you need to do to active the probiotics in your kitchen, bathroom or wherever else is to add one capful into an empty bottle, and top up with unchlorinated water. Simply leave tap water to stand for thirty minutes, or use filtered water for immediate use.

One of the standout features of Microbz Power Cleaner is its versatility. From kitchen surfaces to bathroom tiles, this all-purpose cleaner handles every cleaning challenge with ease. Bid farewell to harsh chemicals that not only harm the environment but also pose risks to your well-being. Microbz Power Cleaner brings you a solution that cleans thoroughly without compromising on safety.

The eco-conscious consumer will appreciate that Microbz is committed to sustainable practices. The packaging is minimalistic and eco-friendly, reflecting the brand’s dedication to reducing its environmental footprint. By choosing Microbz Power Cleaner, you are not just investing in a cleaning product; you are contributing to a cleaner, greener planet.

Why Switch to Microbz

• an effective cleaner that preserves the good bacteria in your home
• makes 25 spray bottles
• it comes in a concentrate to be diluted
• economical: each spray bottle costs 38p
• completely natural and harmless for pets and children
• eco-packaging: the bottle is made from 100% recycled plastic and the bottle and the lid are recyclable

Save on Microbz

What makes this deal even better? When you purchase Microbz Power Cleaner you are switching from chemical to non-chemical cleansers that will only benefit your home environment. Visit this link to make your purchase and unlock a 20% discount.

In conclusion, this product stands as a testament to the future of cleaning products – one that prioritises the well-being of individuals and the environment. Make the switch today, and let Microbz empower you to clean with a conscience. Your home deserves the best, and so does the planet.

The corrupt mainstream medias may not have conditioned the masses with the phrase of globalist Klaus Schwab, ‘you will own nothing and be happy’, but does anyone else see the hypocrisy of these satanic globalists? Adverts daily are pumped out, pushing desires for new items that we often don’t need. New clothes, new phones, new shoes, skincare, and whatever else. Rarely are there adverts shown for recycling clothing and furniture. Yet, this Schwab character reckons that ‘you will own nothing and be happy’. He’s delusional. No one is going to give up anything. It’s nigh impossible to control people by taking away what they own. If anything it will wake up more people.

We don’t want your Zeitgeist movement of renting products. If you don’t want us to own anything then give us the items for free. Surely you can afford it you demon Schwab. You have bought many of the politicians through the WEF Young Leaders Program. To him, we are just ‘useless eaters’.

That’s the trouble with the love of money being the root of all evil. The love of money corrupts the human heart. It believes that is even god. It believes that it has the power to control people, but it’s always through cruel methods like this climate change lie, covid scam, and depopulation, because when there are less people in the world they are easier to control.

What are your thoughts of ‘you will own nothing and be happy’. I don’t see it taking shape, as much as they fund their terroristic activity upon the human population. I ain’t ever gonna don a metaverse headset. This world is as is it now – beautiful, full of symmetry and wonder, human smiles (not covered up by masks), carefree children. Human kindness has not 100% been eradicated yet, and if anything we see their desperateness in every poor and cruel decision that they make.

the modern milkman phone number

You want the Modern Milkman phone number, and the current leaflet that is being used to promote this delivery service doesn’t have the number. There is finally a number and it’s 0161 826 7666.

The Modern Milkman Phone Number

0161 826 7666.

The team are available between 8am until 4pm Monday to Friday. The above number is to stop all future deliveries, but they may be able to help with other queries too. I think they forget that non-smart phones still exist, and some people do not want Internet. This fact closes off their customer base to perhaps some of the most vulnerable who cannot afford the luxury of a monthly internet, or mobile phone contract.

Payment online, is also a thumbs down, as it was always cash in the early days that was paid to the milk men (and women).

However, The Modern Milkman website has a chat facility, or you can chat with them through the app.

Cancelling your service is easy via the chat app or calling the above number, and you can make changes o your order up to 8PM before the delivery of your order the following day.

For months I was put off the idea of signing up the Modern Milkman, but it’s so inconvenient running out of milk. We love our brews, and milky coffees, and we get through a lot of milk in this household, and so, I’ve put in a recurring order for full fat milk, butter, eggs, and cream, all of the good saturated fats that the mainstream tells us are bad for us. I tend to disagree with the mainstream’s idea of health.

Obviously, I’m new to this so I am hoping that my signing up a Modern Milkman weekly subscription will be a long lasting frequent relationship delivery of all good fats.

If you want a Modern Milkman discount code, and even £5 (previously £10) off your first three order, check out these exclusive Modern Milkman coupon and offers below. Unfortunately, I could not find the Modern Milkman phone number to share with you, but there is a chat facility available, and money off vouchers below.

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Modern Milkman Cashback With Zilch

If you love The Modern Milkman and would love to earn 2 percent cashback too, sign up to Zilch. Here’s how.

  1. Sign up for a Zilch account
  2. Go through verification, etc.
  3. Make your first contactless (tap & pay) purchase in any shop that accepts contactless to get your 500 Zilch rewards.
  4. To earn 2% on your purchase, choose Modern Milkman from the ‘search merchants’ box.
  5. Choose pay now.
  6. Enable your card.
  7. If your points are already in your account, you can click next to ‘rewards balance’ to discount your next purchase
  8. Visit The Modern Milkman and make your purchase and when it comes to making payment, use your Zilch Mastercard details.
  9. Voila, your 2% cashback in Zilch reward points will be awarded within minutes.

I am not sure if the 2 percent cashback is given on repeat subscriptions, but it’s most definitely available on one-off orders, and I think it’s free delivery on orders £10 and over, and they deliver Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.


I stopped using the usual shop bought chemical kitchen cleaners about fifteen years ago. Prior to finding a probiotic cleaner by the UK company, Microbz, I was using plain tap water and essential oil of lemon to clean my kitchen and bathroom. Microbz made their own 250ml protiobic cleaner, which was diluted with water to make your own kitchen cleaner, but they’ve since joined with another company and discontinued the product, so I thought “why not make my own probiotic cleaner”, so I searched online to find a recipe.

Altogether, it’s taken about six to eight weeks to make, but the batch should last me six to twelve months. I’ve already given some to friends, so I do hope that they use it because I put a lot of time and effort into eco-friendly living. Probiotic cleaners are fantastic for cleaning kitchen worktops, as they leave microbes on the surface that continue to work in killing harmful bacteria. Shop bought kitchen cleaners may be effective at killing up to 99.9 percent of bacteria, but they are often laden with strong chemicals, and don’t forget that you are breathing these chemicals in each time you use them.

This probiotic cleaner recipe is taken from Fermentacap.com. Besides the slight vinegar smell, once it’s wiped down the smell pretty much goes away. My kitchen surfaces are left with a huge lot of microbes that continue to kill harmful microbes. I love it! This is the liquid undiluted. I’ve put it in an old apple cider vinegar bottle.

Recipe and Instructions For Fermented Probiotic Cleaner from Fermentacap.com

  • 1 cup lemon juice. I used lemon juice already in a bottle from the shop, not fresh. It’s very affordable.
  • 1/2 cup RAW apple cider vinegar. Raw apple cider vinegar has the mother (the bits that move about in the liquid – this is the good stuff)
  • 1/2 an orange
  • non-chlorinated water that has NOT been sitting for weeks in a plastic container (plastics in contact with water do leach chlorides into the water, which inhibit some types of microbial growth). Freshly filtered water, or well water is best. I let tap water sit for a few hours before using.
  • 1/2 gallon mason jar. I just used a standard pickle jar.
  • Fermenta Lock or Fermenta Free airlock lid. I managed to find these airlock lids on eBay. I think they were £10 for 4, plus postage. They fit any standard pickle jar.
  • Fermenta Cap cloth cover or other cloth cover for the jar. I used a coffee filter with an elastic band, or you could use a piece of kitchen roll.
  • Blender or Food Processor
  1. Cut the orange into small pieces, and toss it into a blender or food processor, along with the lemon juice and vinegar. Blend until the orange is finely chopped.
  2. Pour out into the mason jar, and fill to the 6 cup mark with non-chlorinated water.
  3. Put the Airlock lid on the jar.
  4. Let sit for 2 weeks. You will first smell a pleasant orange smell on the airlock, and then an alcoholic orange smell. This is normal, and how it should be.
  5. Remove the airlock lid, and strain the liquid. Squeeze out the solids completely.
  6. Return the liquid to the mason jar. Add more non-chlorinated water, just to return it to the 6 cup mark.
  7. Place the Cloth Cap on the jar.
  8. Let sit for 4-8 weeks, or until all of the alcoholic smell is gone, and the smell is more orange vinegar.
  9. Replace the Cloth Cap at that point with a storage lid, and your cleaner is ready to use.

To use, dilute with a ratio of 1 part cleaner to 3 parts water for spray cleaner. Dilute at a 1:10 ratio for other cleaning tasks.

The good stuff, the mother, often sinks to the bottom of the bottle, so give it a good shake every time you use the probiotic cleaner. This is how it looks diluted.

probiotic cleaner diluted


vegan handmade soaps

Vegan handmade soaps don’t have to be expensive, if you know where to find them. I’ve been using soaps for my hair and body for years, because it reduces plastic waste that is in shampoo bottles and shower gels.

A popular weekly magazine, I think it was Grazia, did an article on soaps, and it showed a list of soaps – one of which was Chanel, but who has the money to spend £85 on a tiny bar of soap. Yes, soaps are great if you want to reduce your plastic waste, but some handmade soaps can be up to £8 per bar.

I found these amazing vegan handmade soaps on eBay, and I received my order today, which contained about fifteen pieces, all various scents and generous sizes. The Lavender and Lime soap lathers lovely and is great for both the body and the hair.

Treat yourself. From under £7 for eight bars of luxurious handmade vegan soap , you have enough for yourself and enough to share with your friends or family.

The best thing about receiving an order of soaps is trying them out in the shower.


What’s the first word that comes to mind when you see someone dropping litter? Last week, my partner and I saw a couple of kids dropping an empty crisp packet, as they were walking. Today, I saw a group of young kids aged about ten to twelve drop a can, which was then kicked repeatedly and then kicked into the road, only to be run over by a car. They laughed along the way, as I looked at them in disgust.

It’s nothing new, but the first word that came to mind was DISGUSTING.

These are kids. Perhaps they spit in the road, but would they spit in their own bedroom? What has happened to society? Why is there no respect for the environment and keeping Britain tidy, full stop?

I’m so grateful that my parents taught me manners, because we’d probably get a two fingers up for speaking out.

Sometimes I wish I was a secret copper in disguise. I’d get all these people who use their mobile phone at the wheel,  and I’d confiscate children’s gadgets unless they pick up the litter they have dropped. However, I’m probably the one who would get arrested, because we’ve living in a society today where parents are judged for even disciplining their kids. However, dropping litter is lazy and disrespectful to those who do respect our towns and cities, and use litter bins.

I discovered the Eco-Bru website about two weeks, as I was searching for bamboo toothbrushes at a fair price. The best deal is the four brushes for £10.99, as they work out far cheaper than the £2.95 singularly. I’ve made two orders thus far, as I ended up giving up the first 8 brushes to my family, as they come in three funky colours – yellow, blue, and red. There’s a white one too in the box of four. I’ll definitely be buying again, and if you are looking for a bamboo toothbrush, help this ethical website Eco-Bru to go far.

They also sell Bamboo single straws, which I may buy in the future as I am a straw drinker, and it may come in useful for McDonald milkshakes as they provide a paper straw that gets soggy real quick.

I love cocoa, coffee, peanut butter cups, and roast potatoes cooked in plenty of goose fat. The usual chocolate subscriptions include Thorntons, Hotel Chocolate, and other luxury chocolate brands, but take a look at the great chocolate gift collections* at I Love Cocoa.

These guys are ethical in how they source the chocolate that they sell. They work with suppliers who guarantee cocoa farmers a higher than average market place. There is no middleman so the cocoa producers receive a fairer price, so when you buy through Love Cocoa you are supporting this ethical practice.

They work with cocoa growers from the Dominican Republic, where a third of the population live below the poverty line, and Ecuador, of which is where they source the world’s rarest cocoa “The Nacional”. I Love Cocoa use either compostable or recycle packaging, and they aim to be plastic free by 2020.

Their flavoured luxury truffles include:

Pink Gin*

Salted Caramel Liquid Chocolate*

Raspberry Champagne*

I Love Cocoa also have a great range of organic chocolate bars, white chocolate, dark chocolate, and vegan chocolates.

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I’m not sure about you, but there’s this huge ploy to get us to reduce our plastic usage in the UK, and I see nothing getting done about plastic packaging on fruits and vegetables at the supermarkets. It’s surrounding carrots, turnips, cabbage, mushrooms, apples, sweaty bananas – you name it. What happened to good old brown paper bags? Why can’t supermarkets get rid of the plastic bags, that just cause our fruits and vegetables to quickly rot through the sweating process, and add brown paper bags instead?

All of this recycling talk is ineffective when it can’t actually be done in every area of our lives. I’m not sure what the ‘envisioners’ of this new Rochdale plan to do, but I just miss the fruit stall in the inside market (which they got rid of) who used plain old brown paper bags to wrap all their fruits and vegetables in. My carrots lasted far longer in paper bags than the plastic sweating carrots and veg we have to buy today. Get rid of plastic packaging on fruits and vegetables, because it is not healthy for the poor fruits and vegetables inside that are getting choked to death, and it is not good for the environment. Period!