What material is the clean bullet made of?

The inner sphere of the clean ball consists of a high-quality TPR and is 100% recyclable. The outer sphere is made of 100% recyclable plastic. Our packaging is made of cardboard and is 100% recyclable. For the recycling of our products and packaging, we are connected to the dual system of the Green Dot. If you ever get rid of them, make sure to put them in the trash, they'll be 100% recyclable.

How often do I have to clean the cleanball?

Depending on how dirty it is 1-2 times a month.

For which bags is the clean ball suitable?

The clean ball is suitable for: handbags, rucksacks, satchels and all medium-sized bags - in the future they will be available in different sizes - e.g. also for large sports bags.

Is the clean ball suitable for allergy sufferers?

The TPR and plastic are latex-free, so it's also suitable for those who are allergic to latex.

In my case, the inner sphere sticks to the outer sphere in one place!

This can happen when it's still fresh and new, it usually comes off after the first use or at the latest after the first wash - but it only slightly affects the function.

How much does the cleanball weigh?

The clean bullet is lightweight and weighs 16.8 grams.

How can I clean the cleanball?

Open the clean ball by pressing the outer edge. (As of August 1, 2018 release). Simply wash the inner ball for 15 seconds under warm running water with a drop of washing-up liquid. Then just click it back together and it's like new again.
Is the clean ball vegan?

The clean ball is free of animal ingredients and therefore vegan.

Where is the clean ball made?

The clean ball is MADE IN GERMANY! Our company headquarters is in Wangen im Allgäu.
  • The inventors of the clean ball and the founders of No Crumbs GmbH Susanne and Bernd Schmekel

    "At some point the crumbs in my handbag really annoyed me. And somehow I found it disgusting."

    It's been about 5 years since Susanne came up with the idea for her clean ball on the subway .

    There should be something that automatically collects crumbs and fluff. The first prototype: A golf ball that Susanne wrapped with double-sided tape. The dirt got stuck on it, but unfortunately so did the inner lining of the bag. And it was sticky So did he. For a very long time. It wasn't until 1 year later that Susanne's friend remembered the idea and they started developing it together.

  • Domestic production of the first 1,000 inner balls

    You knew: the sticky ball has to be behind a lattice somehow so that it no longer sticks directly. Together with a CAD designer, they designed the perforated outer shell of the clean ball, which was produced in a 3D printer.

    Then it was time for the inner ball. It should definitely be reusable and recyclable material that is easy to clean. After countless tests, the choice fell on TPR.

  • "But does anyone even buy the ball?"

    They kept asking themselves the question: "But does anyone actually buy the ball?" They wanted to know more about this and packed a few clean balls and went to the nearest Christmas market. Merry Christmas! Suddenly everyone wanted to buy the prototypes right away. So it was clear: they continue. And they do more. More than 1,000 pieces alone were made in the oven at home and packaged at the kitchen table. Susanne remembers: "Mostly pancakes sizzled at the top - and the clean balls at the bottom."

what has happened since.

United States of America

Die amerikanische Patentschrift sieht wohl am spektakulärsten aus, mit goldener Schrift - über 3 Jahre hat es gedauert, jetzt sind wir super happy neben Europa, Japan, Korea, Hongkong, Kanada, etc. auch in den USA unser Patent zu haben!