Introduction: Against Global Warming
I am something worried by the global warming, and I try to make the little thing that it is within my reach to avoid it, or at least not to contribute to increase it.
One of the human attitudes that increase the problem is the waste economy. I know that my behavior won't change the course of the history, but I trust in that there are millions as me distributed by the planet. Surely not in the countries of the this way called "first world" that they spend millions of tons of valuable resources per second without true necessity, but yes in Latin America, ÃÂfrica and other places not so "developed".
Step 1: A Grain of Sand in the Desert
Among the countless ways of avoiding the waste, today I present you a way to take advantage of the deodorant until the last drop.
I use roll deodorant because it is more economic, I like it more than spray, it is more portable and it works better. If I use it "usually" until it ends, it is always in the bottom a quantity that I have checked that it is good more for three or four days. That which is not anything worthless.
Step 2: A Way to Diminish the Problem
It happens that the deodorant is not liquid, it is a slight cream. Then it flows very slowly.
To avoid that the deodorant is seated in the inferior part of the container, the solution is obvious: to turn it. As the one that I use it has rounded cover, I stuck him with tape a cover of soda to be able to put it "paws it up".
Step 3: Finally:
When, in spite of my desperate efforts, it doesn't leave a tiny piece more...
I cut with a knife the neck of the container, and with one finger I take out what is in the interior.
As it reaches for about three days, meanwhile I maintain it closed in normal position (not turned).
Step 4: Epilogue
I clarify it again for if somebody didn't understand it:
I make this to diminish the unnecessary consumption, not for the money that can mean.
For the price of the deodorant, I could spend two or three per day, but that it would be an attack against the ecology.
We have a be nice policy.
Please be positive and constructive.