Milled hemp/organic cotton cloth nappy

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On average, each child will use a staggering amount of 6,500 disposable nappies before they are toilet trained. Each of those nappies will also take around 500 years to decompose. Just to put that into further perspective, the first disposable nappy ever created and thrown away, still exists in landfill today. There's no argument that the amount of waste we are generating is taking a huge toll on our planet and that waste is only increasing as the world's population does. By investing in cloth and using just one cloth nappy in your daily changing cycle, will replace around 900 disposables from ending up in landfill over time. 


Made from custom milled hemp/organic cotton, this nappy offers superior absorbency in a one size style that will fit most babies from newborn to toddlerhood. It features gentle elastics and 100% natural fibres for superior breathability, perfect for summer and hot climates. Each nappy includes two inserts, one longer and one shorter, which snap onto the front and back of the nappy. Inserts can be customised to be fitted where baby needs them most. (Generally, at the front for boys and in the middle for girls.) Made from un-dyed natural fabric, free of chemical next to baby's skin. 


55% hemp / 45% certified organic cotton 

Hemp is an incredibly strong and resilient natural fibre making each cloth nappy an investment piece that will last wash after wash. Hemp is grown without the use of pesticides and is a highly renewable resource. 


One size fits most, approximately 4-16kg


Warm wash, line or tumble dry on low only


Natural fibres will dry a little stiffer than man made materials but will soften up quickly with body warmth from baby. A quick scrunch in your hands or a quick blast in the dyer on low can help them to soften them up again. Hemp fleece can also be prone to piling of the fabric during the initial pre-washes (Needs 8+ washes to reach maximum absorbency.) This is not a fault of the fabric and any piling should stop after the initial pre wash period.  

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