Microfiber Catching Laundry Ball
Did you know there are tiny microfibers made of plastics in our clothes that are released when we wash our laundry? That can’t be good for us or the animals and ecosystems in our waterways. Cora Ball is an eco-friendly, zero-waste, recycled, and recyclable solution to preventing these microfibers from further damaging our environment.
Cora Ball works in two ways: it collects loose microfibers from clothes in the laundry and helps prevent microfibers from breaking off your clothes.
- Cora Ball should be used when washing your clothes
- Cora Ball will not get damaged in the dryer, but it is meant for the washer
- The fibers caught in your Cora Ball are not recyclable, as laundry lint is not currently a recyclable material
- Do NOT use with delicate laundry or open stitched items, as the Cora Ball might catch these fabrics and harm your delicate clothing
- Cora Ball is safe for any type of washing machine
- Colors vary with the recycling market
How to Use: For most loads of laundry, just toss one Cora Ball into the washing machine with your laundry. For extra-large loads, use up to three. When fibers accumulate on your Cora Ball, simply comb them out with your fingers as you would with hair on a hairbrush and throw them away.
End of Life: Cora Ball is designed to last about 5 years. When your Cora Ball reaches the end of its life, send it back to Cora with their Cora Ball take-back program. Cora will recycle your old ball to give life to a new one. It doesn’t get more zero-waste than that!
Materials: Cora Ball is made entirely in the United States with 100% recycled materials, including Cora Balls sent in with the take-back program.
Cora Ball is shipped directly from the manufacturer and is available for US Customers ONLY
A part of every Cora Ball sale supports the work of their non-profit partner, Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean.
Rozalia Project is a marine debris non-profit working to prevent and clean up marine debris in our urban, inland, and coastal waters. It was through the work of the Rozalia Project that Cora Ball was created, and every day they give back to support their continued work of education, research, cleanup, and solutions development.