What do you usually do when your done using a Q-tip?
Straws are not the only thing polluting our sea waters and land. Cotton swabs has also been part of the problem.
People tend to just toss them in the garbage but not many people know that q-tips can also be recycled with your compost (depending on your recycling facilities).
Why we exist!
Approximately 1.5 billion cotton swabs are being produced every hour, every day GLOBALLY. Some are being flushed down the toilet and some are being disposed of improperly. Imagine the damages these non-degradable swabs may cause.
Naked Swab is built to last you up to 2,000 uses.It takes 3.6 litres of water to produce and treat the cotton used in ONE conventional cotton swab. It only takes 0.3 litre of water to wash one NakedSwab.
NakedSwab's sole purpose is to help the planet get rid of single use items by finding and innovating reusable alternatives that can help you save money and the environment.