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Protect The Ocean: Catch Microfibers When You Wash
During washing, synthetic fabrics can shed tiny plastic microfibers that end up in our waterways. This easy-to-use laundry ball catches these particles during the wash cycle, kind of like how your lint trap works in the dryer. Take your sustainability mission to the next level.
100% Upcycled Materials
How to Use
- 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.Have Questions?
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It doesn’t seem to do anything
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Love the idea but unsure it is effective
I expected lots of fibers, human and animal hair but I rarely if ever see anything collected on the ball. I can't say it's performing as expected.
Not sure it works
I have been using the Cora ball for almost a month now and it has not collected anything except one strand of my hair inside of it. I wash dog bedding every week and the lint trap in the dryer catches the dog hair versus the Cora ball. It is a neat product and I stand behind the concept of it, but I cannot say I have noticed a difference since using it.
Seems good so far...
I am hoping I am doing something good for the environment, but it is hard to tell since there are no fibers on my ball (which o was warned about)
We use a lot of cotton, so this helps!
I was already picking up a few strands of fuzzy dog hair and fabrics after a couple of washes. We have 2 dogs -as loving as they are shedding- and dogs blankets and beds and towels... I used to have to wipe our washer after each "dog stuff wash" but the Cora ball must be doing the job for me. Also, we mostly wear cotton and use cotton in beddings, so this Cora ball is a good investment, I think.
Not sure I am seeing much benefit
Either I don't have a lot of clothes that shed fibers or this isn't really working. I do get the occasional string or thread caught in it, but not very often.