Give a kid you love a t-shirt, cleaner air, and a planet to keep living on!

Tee shirt reminds people to turn off their cars instead of wasting gas and causing pollution by idling

Love a kid & love your planet, at the same time, with #TURNitOFF anti-idling t-shirt!

Americans waste 3.8 million gallons of fuel EVERY DAY letting their cars run while parked. It's called idling, and it's bad for the planet because it causes air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.  

Purchase one of these t- shirts and spread the message about idling!  When your car is in P, #TURNitOFF!

Available in Children's Small, Medium, Large and XL, 100% cotton and Made In America! Proceeds go to Mainstream Green, Inc., a 501C-3 non-profit.  


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Kids fight air pollution an save the planet with #TURNitOFF T-shirts
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Easy to dispense with these dispensers!

Three plastic pump soap dispensing bottles

We can dispense with plastic pump soap dispensers!

#PlasticThingsICanLiveWithout : These are easy! From now on, only bar soap for hand washing. What #PlasticStuff can u avoid using? Are you ready for #PlasticFreeFriday?

How does limiting our purchase and use of #PlasticStuff help fight climate change? Most #PlasticStuff is made from petroleum based fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are hydrocarbon deposits, such as petroleum, coal, or natural gas, which were formed some 300 million years ago, from remains of ancient plants and animals. When fossil fuels are burned, carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are released. They are called greenhouse gases because they act like the glass on a greenhouse, absorbing infrared radiation, and trapping heat within the earth’s atmosphere, resulting in global warming. Every time you (and thousands of other people) stop buying something, less of it is produced. When less #PlasticStuff is produced, less fossil fuels are burned. When less fossil fuels are burned, less greenhouse gas is released into the atmosphere.

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