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August 30, 2019 - 8:36 pm

New to trying to eliminate plastic and was curious what everyone thought about PVA’s?  It is a plastic, but everything I read claims that it is water-soluble, non-toxic, and completely biodegradable.  Thoughts?  It’s what’s used to make the soluble bubbles for things like detergent pods.  I’d been looking at products like Dropps https://www.dropps.com/pages/our-ingredients and Dizolve https://www.dizolve.com/ingredients/ and was curious if anyone had an opinion.  Both companies ship sustainably…


I’d appreciate the community’s thoughts!



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