PFAS-Free Products

For more information about these products, click links and see footnotes.

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Outdoor Gear

Rain Gear:

Other: 

Apparel

Shoes

Cosmetics and Personal Care Products

Manufacturers: 

Dental Floss:

Retailers: 

Baby Products

Stroller: 

Bumbleride (all strollers, policy)

Car Seats:

(brand: model)

Furniture

 

Foodware

Non-Stick Cookware:

Disposable Foodware (cups, plates, straws, and bowls):

Carpet and Rugs

Manufacturers: 

Retailers: 

Textiles and Textile Technologies

Green Science Policy does not validate any PFAS-Free statements and provides this list based on information from a variety of sources. PFAS includes PFCs, fluorinated chemicals, C6, C8, etc. For products available in Europe see PFAS Free hosted by Fidra. Questions should be directed to brands.


Footnotes:

1Items made with Exoshell 40™ shell and DWR M™ exterior treatment.

2Look for "PFC-Free" under features on the Mammut website.

3As of fall 2019, prAna reports certain items as "PFC-Free."

4For Fall 2019, 95% of products are made without the intentional use of PFAS and for Spring 2020, all products are made without the intentional use of PFAS.

5As reported by Greenpeace.

6The Adidas Group, which includes Reebok, have made public statements that they no longer intentionally use PFAS, and are >99% PFAS-free.

7As reported by Credo, all products made by all 120 Credo brands are PFAS-Free.

8As reported by the Silent Spring Institute.

9As reported by the Ecology Center.

10These furniture manufacturers have self-reported to Health Care Without Harm that they are PFAS-Free. Check with manufacturers for more information.

11Items reported as "No/Low Fluorine" by the Center for Environmental Health.

12These carpet manufacturers have made public statements that they no longer use PFAS. However, PFAS-containing carpets previously produced by these companies may still be for sale. Check with manufacturers for more information.