Is it okay to throw away cleaning products you don’t use? ?
I’m starting to have a feeling that I’m starting to hoard and I’m trying to get rid of things but don’t want to be wasteful. I have some cleaning products that have never been opened and I really don’t need and don’t think I’ll be using anytime soon. Is it okay for me to throw them away if I have no use for them?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
I mix them together to make an ANT KILLER, roach killer, or weed killer combo. Unfortunately at no time has it become GOLD. We can dream, can't we.?
- Kiss Me KateLv 74 weeks ago
either donate them--or just put them out by the road with a sign that says, "FREE"
that always works for me--they just disappear!
- ckngbbblsLv 74 weeks ago
does your city have a recycling program? If so, donate them to that.
Do not toss.
Ask friends if they want them, donate them to Salvation Army, womens shelter, or some other local organization
- IvaLv 54 weeks ago
OF COURSE, BUT YOU DONATE SO SOMEONE ELSE CAN USE IT!!
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- something fishyLv 74 weeks ago
I'd donate them or give to neighbor
- Anonymous1 month ago
Give them away.
- ElaineLv 71 month ago
Where I live we have a "toxic taxi" which will come and pick these things up from the person's residence. We also have special drop off locations for these kinds of products.
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i think there might be certain things youre not supposed to throw in the dumpster, i would just donate them
- CLv 71 month ago
Why not take them into work and leave them in the break room with a "help yourself" note? If nobody takes them in the day time the cleaner will surely have them.