They would LOVE to have your used wands!
What can they do with wands?
They can do wonderful things with your old wands! They’ll combine them with some love and compassion, laced with elbow grease.
Those little wands come in very handy in cleaning away mites, lice, larvae and other pests and debris from delicate fur and feathers. They’re easy to handle and soft enough to help prevent injury when used on small, and sometimes very squirmy, rescued animals.
Wands for Wildlife requests that new wands not be purchased because the Wands for Wildlife program was intentionally designed to recycle wands that would have otherwise been on their way to the rubbish bin.
Here's how they work, and please note, the production company of the vid is called 1986 Productions, but the video premiered last year.
Packing and sending is simple and inexpensive. Just wash them well with soapy water to remove residual mascara, or other debris. Personally, I recommend giving them a short soak, or heavy spritz of white vinegar, too. White vinegar is an inexpensive, easy to obtain, organic, broad spectrum antimicrobial. It’s even lethal to salmonella, E. coli and other gram negative bacteria. Country folk been cleaning with it for years. Now ya know why.
Let the wands air dry completely then pack them up in a baggie or paper sack and mail them to...
Just in case, here ya go...
P.O. Box 1211
Skyland, NC 28776
Please ensure your package is weighed, and you’ve paid the entire postage before sending.
If you reside in other areas, perhaps this is something your local animal rescues could make use of as well. If you don’t know, never hurts to ask.
If you don’t use mascara wands, I imagine you know several folks who do. Maybe you could consider collecting them at a local library, or whatever group or club you might have access to that’d be inclined to participate. If everyone chipped in on the small packaging and mailing costs, it should be easily affordable.
Hope I’ve inspired you to at least consider the possibilities.
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