Laundry is Broken Today
We've Been Through the Struggle
Fathhome started out to solve the problem of a college student not wanting to do laundry. As engineers, we wanted to apply technology to solve this problem. That's why we created Mona.
After talking to and learning from hundreds of people, we turned our simple problem into a mission to change the world and make a difference. We are starting with Mona to create a responsible way we take care of our clothes
Mona is a connected device that uses patent-pending technology that is harmless to the fit, fabric, and color of your clothes. It's perfect for dry clean clothes or workout clothes with plastic fibers that are hard to remove odors.
How Mona Works
Mona is about the size of a medium trash can and plugs into any electrical outlet. All you do is throw a garment into it just like you would a washing machine.
Technology at Work
After closing the lid, you use the Fathhome app to guide you through the cleaning process. Now, grab some coffee.
10 min later, the app will let you know that your Mona is done. Pull out your clothes and inhale deeply and enjoy your refreshed clothes.
What Mona Works Best With
Mona doesn't remove stains, fold, iron, or put away your laundry just yet. But Mona does help care for your most precious clothes in a cost-effective, environmentally conscious, and sustainable way.
Work Out Clothes
Mona removes the odors from your favorite yoga pants, wicking shirts, shorts, and undergarments made from polyester in less time than it takes to decide to go to the gym. Many times we have to handwash them or double wash them to feel confident to wear them again at the gym.
Mona helps save people money and time instead of hauling their clothes to their dry cleaner. Many people we talk to were frustrated because their clothes were still not odor free or "clean" after being dry cleaned. Mona doesn't press or fold clothes yet...but it's still early. :-)
Anything You Love
Mona can take care of any clothing that needs the ultimate care like denim, leather, suede, fur, silk, cashmere, velvet, corduroy, and more. Join our community to stay up to date with our progress.