Insinc Products Blog

  • What is oxygen bleach
    Oxygenated bleach is a much gentler, chlorine-free, non-toxic, biodegradable alternative to traditional chlorine bleach that leaves no harmful by-products or ugly orange splotches on your favourite T-shirt or super expensive new towel.
    Posted: Thursday 8 April 2021
  • Is it safe to freeze food in plastic containers
    Freaking out a bit about freezing food in plastic? Not to worry. The Insinc team has done some research to help debunk common freezer myths and allay all your fears.
    Posted: Tuesday 23 March 2021
  • Hand washing tips
    Here we go again. Back at lockdown level 3. So, what better time than a look at our first and possibly best line of defence against getting sick: how to wash your hands properly.
    Posted: Thursday 4 March 2021
  • What makes a good dishwashing detergent
    We think a quality washing up liquid should do the best for our planet as well as your plates. So what dishwashing detergent to choose?
    Posted: Friday 26 February 2021
  • How to get rid of bathroom smells
    Want to know how to get rid of bathroom smells? Ask us. We'll help you bring some pleasant scents to your bathroom with our air fresheners and powerful, safe bio-enzymatic cleaners. Make stinky toilets a thing of the past.
    Posted: Tuesday 16 February 2021
  • How do microfibre cloths work?
    Microfibre cleaning cloths are more hygienic, there is no need for expensive, damaging detergents and they can get things looking cleaner in a lot less time. Is it magic?
    Posted: Thursday 28 January 2021
  • Is plastic so bad?
    Could an end to plastic packaging actually be harming the environment even more? Let's talk about plastic!
    Posted: Tuesday 19 January 2021
  • What are eco friendly products?
    Environmental labels have a positive impact by identifying a product as being less harmful to the environment than other similar, yet unlabelled products.
    Posted: Thursday 17 December 2020
  • Biodegradable and compostable plastics
    We have made a commitment to protecting the environment & have sold disposable products for many years. We’ll help you come to terms with you the ins, outs, pros & cons of compostable and biodegradable plastics.
    Posted: Monday 7 December 2020
  • Commercial composting vs home composting
    There are numerous terms used to describe how different packaging and materials break down. As a consumer I find it all a bit confusing, so let's peel back the layers so we can get to the core of the matter.
    Posted: Friday 27 November 2020
  • Why should I make my business green?
    Do customers really want my business to be more environmentally focused? What is the advantage to me? Going green helps make your brand more attractive to potential customers and can encourage long-term sustainable changes and savings.
    Posted: Thursday 12 November 2020
  • Suck it up for the planet
    On a single day in 2018, volunteers around the world collected more than 3.6 million plastic straws and stirrers from beaches and waterways. Show your sustainability efforts. Eco-friendly straws let your customers know you're making an effort to leave a smaller footprint on Earth.
    Posted: Friday 23 October 2020
  • The biodegradable cutlery NZ will thank you for
    There is no need to resort to using your fingers to reduce waste and save the Earth. At Insinc we're passionate about the environment & stockists of a biodegradable cutlery NZ food businesses proudly serve up to their customers.
    Posted: Wednesday 14 October 2020
  • With compostable bin liners NZ businesses can make a difference
    Where have all the old shopping bags gone? Banned long ago. So what do you do when it comes to lining your rubbish bin? We’ve discovered there is a better way when it comes to bin liners: compostable bin liners made out of cornstarch.
    Posted: Friday 18 September 2020
  • Green your business
    Doing the right thing for the environment saves whales, saves your business money, and can add to the list of things that set you apart from your competition. On top of all that, taking eco-friendly steps that make a difference is actually a lot easier than you might think.
    Posted: Tuesday 8 September 2020

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