The final packaging design included the following circular strategies. Firstly, reuse, as this is a concept also present in waxed fabrics. The structural design facilitates its reuse for the same use it had, or for other uses. These reuse options are included in the product communication, encouraging users to be creative and find other solutions as well. On the other hand, cardboard shavings left over from the manufacturing process itself have been included to protect the product during transportation.
Secondly, the packaging is mono-material, so that, in the event that its multiple useful lives come to an end, it can be more easily recycled. In addition, vegetable-based inks have been used for the graphic design, thus facilitating recycling with the best possible impact.
Finally, to save on printed material and to facilitate the updating of instructions and explanatory content of the product, this information has been digitized. The packaging includes a QR with access to an interactive PDF, designed to be accessible, communicate the possible uses of the product and expand the instructions. In addition, the PDF includes explanatory illustrations of each point, and a link to a video where the customer explains the whole process.