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We ship almost worldwide at competitive rates. For a list of countries we currently can’t deliver to, see here.
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You’ll receive the full delivery details in your order confirmation email.
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We use all major carriers and postal services, as well as reputable local courier partners.You’ll be asked to select a delivery method during checkout.
If you live outside the U.S., Canada, EU, or UK, you will be responsible for any duty charges, taxes, and any other fees that may be applicable in your location.
LastSwab’s rod is made from polypropylene (PP) that’s reinforced with glass fiber and the soft tip ends are produced using thermoplastic elastomers (TPE). The carry case is made from recycled ocean-bound plastic.
The vast majority of ocean plastic originates within 30 miles (50 kilometers) of the planet’s coastlines. Poor waste management within this 30-miles zone causes approximately 8 million metric tons of plastic to end up in oceans. Diverting and then recycling this excess of ocean-bound plastic, protects sea life and marine ecosystems and also goes a long way towards reducing inland plastic pollution as well. Our supplier is the first company in the world to receive Ocean-Bound Plastic certification, which was developed by Zero Plastic Oceans and audited by Control Union.
Single-use cotton swabs made of plastic or paper have a damaging impact on the environment. The average person goes through hundreds of single-use swabs per year. In addition to production and packaging, these cotton swabs must also go through warehousing and shipping only to be used and immediately discarded — sometimes within a matter or seconds. During this process, the use of raw materials and level of carbon emissions significantly impacts the planet and propels global warming, which ultimately accelerates climate change. Switching to reusable products like LastSwab plays a small but critical role in minimizing this environmental damage.
LastSwab is carefully designed and rigorously tested to last upto 1,000 uses.
Yes, we developed LastSwab with health and hygiene in mind. You can easily clean LastSwab with a little water and soap or use a disinfectant, for example, rubbing alcohol to sanitize it.
We advise you to use LastSwab Baby instead. LastSwab Baby is specially designed with child-safe ends that are perfect for cleaning areas around the ears, nose, and navel of your young ones.
LastSwab is completely latex free. For more information on allergenics, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can generally use a LastSwab as you would use a single use swab. Just keep in mind that LastSwab isn't heat resistant.
It only takes 36 uses, which translates to just over a month of use, for LastSwab to be a better option than single-use q-tips in terms of carbon footprint. Lasting upto to 1,000 uses, it’s easy to see why LastSwab is making such a big difference in the fight against the single-use epidemic.
LastSwab Basic is manufactured in Denmark.
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"Cute, and incredibly sustainable alternatives for the hard-to-replace bathroom essentials."
"A Reusable cotton swab to combat the billions of single-use cotton swabs"
"It’s good for everything from swiping off eyeliner to post-shower ear cleaning"
"Cotton swabs end up infiltrating our oceans, the LastSwab remains in your bathroom"
"I used the same cotton swab for a week and to be honest, I sort of loved it"