Bonjour Tea Kettle
Fill to 1 / 3 white vinegar and 2 / 3 of tap water and turn on until the boil and let it soak a few minutes. You just. - By pouring it into small containers (glass jars of yogurt, for example) you will have in different parts of the house for a sustainable manner. - By pouring it into your pipes or prevention of a cap if there is a slight (see article Unclog a sink, sink, shower, etc. . . ). - By soaking your showerhead or faucet filter for a few hours (if necessary scrubbing with a nail brush or old toothbrush. Voila! Above all, we do not forget to replace the plastic bonjour tea kettle by another material, stainless steel, for example. Explanation here: Bisphenol A. I am a private citizen who FINALLY realizing what the impact of his actions, decided to change, to act and consume in good conscience . This radical change in my habits is a real renaissance in the life :-). The challenge is to rethink every action of daily life by asking whether it is consistent with my beliefs and my love of green animals, or is simply the result of an automatic mimetic. I therefore propose and seek alternative solutions more respectful of the environment and yourself at all. Join me!. Read the rules for the conduct before posting a message in this forumFollow @ france_japon. To find a club, an article to buy, trade, service provider, etc. . , Ask your question and state your location in Japan. I returned from my honeymoon in Japan. it was beautiful, expetionnel, relaxing, friendly . . characters are limited and my time. Technologically speaking I too was on the ass, it's more the culture that exalted me. Here I am looking for a product vui the bottom and I have just returned, without the baggage (Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto, miya jima, Hiroshima, Osaka) with an electric bonjour tea kettle that keeps hot water (from 2 to Tank 3litres), it would have been a bit bulky on the back. So I had to resign myself to let them live in Japan at large, in their ecosystem. And that night by drinking coffee, I say why not search the net. 6H later I'm still on the net to look for lol. @ Doctorx29: In France, I have seen this type of kettle-thermos only in restaurants for community. You should be able to find in shops catering professionals. @ Doctorx29: if you think the good old classic bonjour tea kettle is not the top, you're heating your water as usual and then you pour it into a thermos bottle of 2L, and you'll have your hot water still a few hours later while reducing your carbon footprint. . . .