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GUPPYFRIEND - Microfiber Collecting Wash Bag

GUPPYFRIEND - Microfiber Collecting Wash Bag


COMING SOON - Pre-order today and receive your Guppyfriend in February 2020

Wash synthetic clothing responsibly with the Guppyfriend microfiber-catching laundry bag. The weave of the wash bag filters and prevents nylon, spandex, polyester, acrylic, and other plastic microfibers from entering our waterways and affecting aquatic wildlife. The Guppyfriend's ability to catch tiny particles of plastic makes it a superior method of laundering athleisure, synthetic fleece, acrylic sweaters, swimsuits, uniforms and more. 

By using the Guppyfriend, purchasing less synthetic clothing, and washing clothing less often, we can do our part in reducing the volume of microfibers released into the environment.


  • Durable and fortified at the seams to ensure tiny plastic particles do not wash away. 
  • Machine washable with a variety fabrics.
  • Lowers the negative impact of our reliance on synthetic clothing.


Place clothing into the Guppyfriend, taking care not to over fill (no more than 60% full) to allow proper agitation for effective cleaning. Securely zip closed and place in the wash. After cleaning is complete, remove garments from the Guppyfriend. Collect discard microfibers (easiest to do when the bag is still damp from a wash) that have accumulated in the seams and corners directly in the trash. Do not rinse the debris down the drain.

Do note it may require several washes before there is a significant enough amount of microfiber waste to remove manually.

4 oz (113g)

Use with liquid detergent only. Do not place in the hot wash or any wash warmer than 
86°F/30°C. Allow the Guppyfriend to fully air dry after each use for best results. Do not place in dryer. Do not iron. Keep out of direct sunlight. 


Approximately 29" x 20".


Made of recyclable, untreated polyamide. Imported.

*This product supports STOP! Micro Waste, a non-profit initiative. A portion of proceeds of the Guppyfriend is dedicated to raising awareness and educating students, adults and industry partners about (micro)plastic pollution.

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