Have a cool 'plastic-free' product idea keeping you up at night?

Welcome to the club!

This is your chance to bring that idea to life.  

No bad ideas, so dream BIG and help us - help you - make 20 new products in 2020.

Top idea wins a prize! Winner will receive an etee Hit Kit - a sampling of our top products!

WRITE YOUR IDEAS IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

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  • Vegan dental floss with a ‘reacher’ (in bamboo?) like gumchucks with 2 (slender) arms or the much smaller horseshoe on a handle style that are great for travel…. refillable of course!

    Pam Rempel on
  • Razors, maybe similar to toothbrush concept?
    Shampoo/conditioner-check out Nourish (in Savannah), love what they have started and could be a good partner?
    Toothpaste-which I think you are working on!

    Joyelle on
  • -Dishwasher pods
    -some sort of sleep aid like pillow spray or hand lotion
    -an app that had stores and retailers that have sustainable practices and/or eco friendly options and/or social justice and human rights programs and services. I would love to know other places to shop that can support the plastic free/eco friendly lifestyle I want to adopt
    I love your products!

    Amanda on
  • Lip balm

    Tracy Popey on
  • Great ideas all around. However, how about something that is very hard to get. For example, there are ways to DIY your own body wash, lotion, etc. And vinegar and water could be used for household products.

    Contrast that with things that are much harder to get/find: compostable trash bags, meat bags, diapers, etc. I don’t have kids but know that parents go through so many and lot everyone wants to go cloth route for convenience.

    I haven’t done that much research on product availability but I ask you to consider a product that isn’t really isn’t easily available (in the market or DIY) that many people use.

    Thanks!!

    Judy on


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