GUPPYFRIEND™ Washing Bag

GUPPYFRIEND™ Washing Bag

9th October 2018OffByRiseNews

By buying this bag and using it with every wash you will help stop the tiniest gUPPYFRIEND™ Washing Bag being released from your washing machine into the Sea. It takes 2 minutes to change.

Description We are pleased to be selling this amazing little gem of a bag called The GUPPYFRIEND. It is the first solution created by a group of surfers and nature lovers to prevent microfibers from our clothes and textiles from entering our Oceans. We all know that Microfibers from our clothes and textiles harm our environment. All of our clothes lose fibres in the washing machine.

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Most of us use the washing machine every day. We all want to be able to help. It is a daily reminder to think before you wash. Do you really need to wash your items as much as you do?

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Use the bag every time you put a wash on. For more information go to www. Washing Bag is a pragmatic solution to prevent synthetic microfibers from entering into rivers and oceans. The bag captures extremely small fibers that break off during washing and hinder them from making their way into the marine ecosystem. After a while you can peel out a ball of fibers and discard it in the plastic recycling bin.

The resource to the URL or file is currently unavailable. Text”:”You are now in the English SE store. The Guppyfriend washing bag is designed to reduce both the damages on our nature, and on textiles. When washing clothes made of synthetic materials, tiny fibers are released and make their way into our oceans, lakes and rivers.

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There they become microplastics that contaminate our nature and marino wildlife. The Guppyfriend washing bag is the first practical solution to this problem. The Guppyfriend washing bag protects your clothes when you wash them and gives them a longer lifetime. Other The Guppyfriend washing bag is designed to reduce both the damages on our nature, and on textiles. The discount code will be sent by email within one hour. A few months ago I posted about the issue of synthetic microfibers being released from our laundry into waterways, where they accumulate and cause environmental problems. The bag, created by German nonprofit organization STOP!

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MICRO WASTE, claims to contain microfibers released during washing so you can dispose of them in the trash rather than through the pipes. Using the Guppyfriend is pretty straightforward. First, I sorted my clothing made of synthetic fabric and placed it in the bag. I sorted out my polyester, rayon and acrylic garments.

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For blended fabrics, I put it in the bag if the percentage of synthetic fibers was more than 40 percent. One complaint I have about the Guppyfriend is that it doesn’t come with a list of synthetic fibers, leaving it up to the user to determine which fibers to put in the bag. This caused confusion for me about what to do with modal fabric, and about whether spandex sheds microfibers or not. The Guppyfriend instructions say not to fill the bag more than half full so clothing can move around in the wash. The bag is pretty large, so I’ve been able to fit all of my synthetic garments from each load into the bag without exceeding the general halfway point. I estimate that I can get about 10 garments into the bag per load, give or take a few depending on their bulkiness. Once the bag is full, I put it in the washing machine with the rest of the load and washed as usual.

I can’t really see them after washing lights. I also realized that some of the fibers visible on the bag are actually on the outside—they’re fibers released by the natural textiles that weren’t in the bag. But there are still visible fibers inside the bag as well. In terms of laundry effectiveness, my clothes seem to have gotten just as clean inside the bag as they did outside of it. I usually wash two loads right in a row, and I’ve found no problems with loading garments into the bag once it’s already wet.

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When I’m all done, I hang the bag to dry for next time. One thing I haven’t totally figured out yet is how to remove the microfibers from the bag. According to the Guppyfriend FAQs, the microfibers will eventually collect in the seams and corners of the bag, where they are easier to remove. The bag itself is made of polyamide, which the Guppyfriend website says is fully recyclable. It requests that users mail back their bags at the end of their useful life so they can be recycled into new bags.

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A second complaint I have about the Guppyfriend is that even though its material construction is addressed in great detail, there’s no information on the website and minimal information on the product packaging about how and where the bags are produced. Overall, I think the Guppyfriend is a valid interim solution for stemming the tide of microfiber pollution, and I plan to continue using mine. In addition to using the Guppyfriend, STOP! Have you tried the Guppyfriend, or any other methods of reducing microfiber pollution? I was considering purchasing this bag. I’ve found with moderate consistency that eco-friendly products often neglect to discuss the social aspect of their production, which to me is surprising and disappointing, since in my mind environmental and social issues go hand-in-hand.

Keep up the good work here. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. By buying this bag and using it with every wash you will help stop the tiniest microfibers being released from your washing machine into the Sea. It takes 2 minutes to change.

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Description We are pleased to be selling this amazing little gem of a bag called The GUPPYFRIEND. It is the first solution created by a group of surfers and nature lovers to prevent microfibers from our clothes and textiles from entering our Oceans. We all know that Microfibers from our clothes and textiles harm our environment. All of our clothes lose fibres in the washing machine. Most of us use the washing machine every day. We all want to be able to help. It is a daily reminder to think before you wash.

GUPPYFRIEND™ Washing Bag

GUPPYFRIEND™ Washing Bag

Do you really need to wash your items as much as you do? Use the bag every time you put a wash on. For more information go to www. Washing Bag is a pragmatic solution to prevent synthetic microfibers from entering into rivers and oceans.

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The bag captures extremely small fibers that break off during washing and hinder them from making their way into the marine ecosystem. After a while you can peel out a ball of fibers and discard it in the plastic recycling bin. The resource to the URL or file is currently unavailable. Text”:”You are now in the English SE store. The Guppyfriend washing bag is designed to reduce both the damages on our nature, and on textiles. When washing clothes made of synthetic materials, tiny fibers are released and make their way into our oceans, lakes and rivers.

There they become microplastics that contaminate our nature and marino wildlife. The Guppyfriend washing bag is the first practical solution to this problem. The Guppyfriend washing bag protects your clothes when you wash them and gives them a longer lifetime. Other The Guppyfriend washing bag is designed to reduce both the damages on our nature, and on textiles. The discount code will be sent by email within one hour.

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A few months ago I posted about the issue of synthetic microfibers being released from our laundry into waterways, where they accumulate and cause environmental problems. The bag, created by German nonprofit organization STOP! MICRO WASTE, claims to contain microfibers released during washing so you can dispose of them in the trash rather than through the pipes. Using the Guppyfriend is pretty straightforward.

First, I sorted my clothing made of synthetic fabric and placed it in the bag. I sorted out my polyester, rayon and acrylic garments. For blended fabrics, I put it in the bag if the percentage of synthetic fibers was more than 40 percent. One complaint I have about the Guppyfriend is that it doesn’t come with a list of synthetic fibers, leaving it up to the user to determine which fibers to put in the bag. This caused confusion for me about what to do with modal fabric, and about whether spandex sheds microfibers or not. The Guppyfriend instructions say not to fill the bag more than half full so clothing can move around in the wash. The bag is pretty large, so I’ve been able to fit all of my synthetic garments from each load into the bag without exceeding the general halfway point.

I estimate that I can get about 10 garments into the bag per load, give or take a few depending on their bulkiness. Once the bag is full, I put it in the washing machine with the rest of the load and washed as usual. I can’t really see them after washing lights. I also realized that some of the fibers visible on the bag are actually on the outside—they’re fibers released by the natural textiles that weren’t in the bag. But there are still visible fibers inside the bag as well. In terms of laundry effectiveness, my clothes seem to have gotten just as clean inside the bag as they did outside of it. I usually wash two loads right in a row, and I’ve found no problems with loading garments into the bag once it’s already wet.