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The Guppy Friend Washing Bag

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by Emma Elwin on 19 September, 2017

Washing bag, Guppy/Filippa K .

The Guppy Friend Washing Bag is a temporary solution for preventing micro plastic waste from ending up in our oceans, which happens for instance when we wash synthetic textiles. The recyclable washing bag holds and captures the micro fibers that break during washing. In addition, the bag’s unique structure protects all materials, including natural fabrics, and gives them a longer life. So, basically what the bag does is: Elongating the life of your clothes and reducing micro plastic waste in oceans.

Pretty great, right?


1 Comment

Jade: Hej! Tanken är god men tvättpåsen är ju gjord av "100% Polyamide", dvs plast som själv kommer släppa ifrån sig microplaster i tvätten
November 29, 2017

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