Reusable bag "Bug off"
Be eco thanks to the reusable bag "Bug off”
Our bag is a reusable product that you can take wherever you like. Perfect for shopping, as well as at the park, by the water, in the car or during forest walks. The bag is a high quality workmanship combined with a designer pattern and durability. The pattern designed by the wonderful artist Ewelina Dymek will complete every outfit.
The bag was made in Poland, from the highest quality Polish materials guaranteeing long and comfortable use. Simple, classic shape allows you to pack a lot of items into it :).
Key product features: High-quality, waterproof material; Original design, available only at Psyjaciele.com; Washable; The shape of the bag allows you to pack a large number of things; Durability that guarantees long-term use.
* Each bag is made of a material with a pattern, so individual items may differ from each other and from the photo due to the use of a different piece of fabric.
High-quality waterproof material characterized by resistance to absorption of dust, dirt and hair. Extremely easy to clean, quick drying after washing.
Bag care rules:
To remove fur, simply vacuum, roll a clothes cleaning roller or shake the bag. To remove minor dirt, simply wipe with a damp sponge dipped in warm water. In case of heavier dirt, the bag can be washed by hand or in the washing machine at 30 degrees. Use a gentle washing mode with a 700 maximum spin. The product should not be chlorinated, starch, ironed, bleach, mechanically dried or dry-cleaned. After washing, remember to hang it so that the bag can dry thoroughly.
Remember that the cardboard packaging can be reused - it works great as a packaging for bags or dog / cat delicacies - see the upcycling tab for more inspiration!
An illustrator and graphic designer who lives in Poznań and works internationally. Her technique is based on combining the realism of pencil drawing with digital solutions and collage elements. She loves to go into details and use the contrast of delicate shades with expressive brush strokes. Until now, she had the pleasure to work, among others for Bank of America, White House Historical Association, Condé Nast, Pentagram, Penguin Books, Vanity Fair, Washington Post, Playboy, Neutrogena. In her free time, she pampers hers two cats (Pantone and CMYK), reads reports, runs in the forest and buys another plant for the house.See works