Debranded Home Bathroom Labels

Debranded Home Bathroom Labels

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Janel Laban
May 22, 2008

Maxwell has long been a fan of de-branding your home by reducing the number of branded bottles and containers of necessary cleaning products. Debranded Home is on a similar mission. In addition to How-To recipes for soap and shampoo, the site offers reusable vinyl labels to identify common bathroom products.

Maybe this is a way to solve our problem with Doctor Bronner's.

From Debranded Home">Debranded Home: "It's freeing to not be pressured to dole out extra cash to buy that product with slightly nicer packaging. And you can feel good about recycling your bottles and either buying in bulk or learning to make things yourself."

Both the Modern Pack Vinyl Bathroom Labels and the Frame Pack Vinyl Bathroom Labelsare $9 and include five labels for Body Wash, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hand Soap and Lotion. Via: NotCot.org.

Originally posted by Aaron on AT:NY.

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