The story behind
Kinfill does better by treating the world like our own home — starting with our sustainable packaging.
The cleaning industry is a dirty business – unsustainable packaging and toxic chemicals in everyday cleaning products clean homes at the expense of the environment.
In a world where the importance of hygiene and having a clean home is ever-growing, the deleterious impacts of the industry grow concomitantly.
Our products and its packaging have been carefully designed to minimize our ecological footprint without reducing its aesthetics, durability, and practicality.
The Forever Bottle
Our beautiful Italian design bottles are made out of glass (1). We encourage users to infinitely reuse these bottles to contain their Kinfill solution.
The bottle protector base —almost reusable —is made out of rubber sourced locally in Haarlem, the Netherlands (2).
Lastly, the bottle trigger is made out of reusable plastic, designed to last* (3).
*IF DISPOSAL IS NECESSARY, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO DISPOSE OF THE SPRAYER IN THE PLASTIC RECYCLING BIN, AS IT IS MADE OF VARIOUS PLASTICS.
The body of the tube is made of reusable glass, holding 10mL of solution (1).
The cap of the tube is made of aluminum —an infinitely recycle and highly durable material. Nearly 75% of all aluminum ever produced still circulates our world today. It is 100% recyclable and has tremendous property retention (2).
It is one of the only materials in the consumer disposal stream that offsets the cost of production/collection.
The Kinfill Box
In collaboration with Zero Packaging, our delivery box went through a lengthy and thoughtful design process to fulfill their three pillars of sustainability: Rethink, Recycle, and Regenerate.
1 — From rethinking about packaging norms, the Kinfill box is minimal without compromising quality nor aesthetics. It is lightweight, practically shaped, and made of eco-friendly material.
2 — The biodegradability of our packaging material makes it a wonder to recycle therefore reducing emissions overall.
3 — Lastly, any emissions released in the manufacturing and usage processes, albeit small, are offset by planting trees in strategic local areas.