Cora Ball

Drop your Cora Ball in your washing machine
Use any detergent or water temperature
Clean your Cora Ball

Let your Cora Ball do it's thing to catch microfibers, fuzz and lint.

For best results: separate your delicates, knits, fine fabrics, anything with tassels, fraying threads or spaghetti straps and wash without the Cora Ball to prevent them from tangling with the stalks of the ball.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Cora Ball catches many types of small fibers including pet hair. In fact, the buildup of hair (pet and human) can help attract more small fibers on the coral-like spines.
We hope you will use it long into the future, but if you are done with your Cora Ball, please contact Cora Ball directly to return the ball for upcycling. 

The Cora Ball does it's best work in the washing machine, but don't worry if you accidentally throw your Cora Ball in the dryer. It's built with a material that can withstand the heat and action of a dryer.

Cleaning is easy and similar to cleaning a hairbrush. When you see fuzz or lint balls that are big enough to grab, simply pull them out and throw them in the trash bin.
On the days you wash your new or heavier items, like fleece, sweatshirts, and towels you are likely to see the fibers stuck in the Cora Ball. Sometimes, after everyday clothing loads, you may not see much. It can take time for the microscopic fibers to build up with hair and larger fibers. But, even when you can’t see the fibers in Cora Ball, Cora Ball is preventing microfiber shedding in the first place!
For most homes, one Cora Ball will do the job. For laundry loads in heavy-duty large capacity washing machines, we recommend up to 3.
Yes! There have been two independent tests to determine the effectiveness of the Cora Ball. Cora Ball prevented 31% and 26% of microfiber pollution in the Napper and McIlwraith studies respectively. Imagine if everyone used a Cora Ball!