How PuzzFuxx wipes for the environment

How PuzzFuxx wipes for the environment
Christiane Jokel


A new tree with every wipe

PuzzFuxx makes cleaning cloths from wood fibres that clean without chemicals and microplastics. A great thing for the planet!

“Since sustainability and the protection of our environment is a matter close to our hearts with our products, we found the idea of ReviewForest spectacular right away and immediately decided to plant trees for our customers’ Google reviews. Since our cleaning cloths are made of wood, this way we are giving back to the planet what we have taken from it. The tip top service and excellent communication with ReviewForest can really only be recommended.”

Dietmar and Christel Reichle from PuzzFuxx


The southern German company PuzzFuxx in Constance has taken nature as its model and invented a cleaning cloth that cleans entirely without surfactants or solvents. Just like plants, these cleaning cloths can be used, thanks to their microfibrils, with water alone – whether it comes from Lake Constance or not!

The cleaning cloth can be used in many ways: Not only for car polishing or household use, but also as a make-up removal cloth and for body cleansing.

Sustainability is a top priority at PuzzFuxx. So the company looked for a way to not only give back to nature what it takes from it through the production of the cleaning cloths, but also to get more reviews and protect the environment in the process. In ReviewForest, the company found the ideal partner.


So far, the tree planting incentive for customers has been met with a great response. “Our customers gladly accept the offer to plant a tree for a review,” says Dietmar Reichle.

PuzzFuxx created its own marketing material to inform its customers about tree planting: A flyer with pictures from the Brand Package, which is available to all our ReviewForest customers. The company puts this flyer in the cleaning cloth packets for its customers. This way, the customers have all the information immediately at hand, as well as the QR code to the review forest and the forest URL itself.

In the meantime, PuzzFuxx has planted over 250 trees and received a correspondingly large number of reviews, and there is no end in sight!