No More Plastic Bags! These wet bags are great for so many things! Store, pack or carry cloth diapering supplies, dirty gym clothes, wet swimwear, used towels, veggies and fruits, bread bag, breast pump parts, or anything you might use a plastic bag for. These are a must have for anyone who reuses, works out, swims, and especially for mamas! Great to have with you when there is no trash can for your disposables or for dirty clothes.
This bag is large, measuring about 12" across and 15.5" long. The 9" cotton webbing strap has a snap, so that it can hang from anything. An interior food safe white PUL interior lining protects from moisture leaking out. Exterior is 100% cotton.
Keeps moisture in
Reduces dependence on plastic bags
Made in Eugene, Oregon, USA
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Plastic bags!
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Dimensions: approximately 15.5" x 12"; strap is 9"
Care: Machine wash warm with like colors. Dry in dryer.
SOURCE Handmade in Eugene, Oregon, USA.
MATERIALS 100% cotton print, YKK Zipper, cotton webbing strap, and food-safe PUL liner. We are still researching the pros and cons of PUL, in this case, the reusability of these bags and the reusable products they serve, far outweighs the evil. Still, we'd love to see new fabrics developed out of renewable resources.
CERTIFICATIONS A BRING Rethink Certified sustainable business.
ABOUT THE COMPANY From Sarah (Marley and Fox's Mom) and founder of Marley's Monsters:
"I started Marley's Monsters while on maternity leave from my career as an interior designer, waiting for the arrival of my first baby in January of 2013. I have always had a passion for making anything and everything, so I knew that I wanted to make Marley something special before she was born. I decided that this project would be a stuffed monster made with the fabric scraps I'd collected for years. I pulled my dusty sewing machine out of the closet and taught myself how to use it. I really hadn't sewn anything since I was a little girl and never fully understood the ins and outs of working a sewing machine. But after hard work, dedication and trial and error, Marley's first monster was born. After the monster I just kept going. I started making Marley everything she needed, always with sustainability and reusability in mind. Throughout the baby years, I tried product after product and learned what I liked and didn't like about each one before designing my own version. Every recommendation or new product request from my customers also helped us to grow into what Marley's Monsters is today."
Our sustainability mission is to implement creative and effective solutions to reduce our environmental impact. As a local manufacturer of reusable home goods, we've always kept sustainability in mind with our daily operations and production. The BRING Rethink program made us realize we have an opportunity as a local manufacturer to create lasting and impactful change in the industry.
We're on the right track; we refuse and reduce so we have less to recycle in the first place and we're excited to keep improving.