Do you want to stop
eating your plastic clothes?
That's great! You’ll be much healthier without the toxic microplastics in your body.
Wondering where to start and how to stop plastic clothes from ending up on your plate?
Here’s what you need to know.
It comes down to 3 easy steps.
Step 1: Make sure you really catch microfibers
Whether it's a laundry bag, a water filter, a microfiber-catching ball, it has one job — the thing has to catch microfibers before they go down the drain. This may sound as a no-brainer but unfortunately not all solutions have the same effectiveness. Although today it is physically impossible to filter 100% of super tiny fibers, choose a solution that is as close to that number as possible.
Step 2: Give microfibers an afterlife, don't just throw them in the bin!
Simply catching the fibers is only a start. If you really want to make a change, ask yourself "Where should these fibers go then?" The complete solution should offer you a way to properly recycle microfibers that you catch.
Step 3: Support policy change
People like you and us are showing the world that microfiber pollution can be stopped. All our efforts should serve as an evidence for policy makers that we need new laws and make microfiber filters mandatory for all new washing machines. Make sure that the brand you decide to support is actively pushing for these changes.
Laundry without microplastics
PlanetCare is the only available solution covering all 3 key steps!
Stops 90% of microfibers with
every laundry wash
Independently tested by real scientists in labs with global reputation. Officially endorsed by Swedish Environmental Agency.
Collects and recycles
With our unique Closed-Loop service we collect used cartridges for free to recycle microfibers and refurbish cartridges for future use!
1 legislation passed,
more to go
Together with our passionate community we helped convince France to make filters mandatory from 2025.
Trusted by people worldwide
"PlanetCare is the most efficient solution on the market."
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Ready? Let's Do It
Join other ocean-loving people and help us stop microfiber pollution once and for all.