I know, I’m a retailer. We’re meant to get you to buy MORE. But this isn’t about sales figures, or profit margins, or market share. This is about looking my children in the eye and being able to say that I did everything I could to prevent a catastrophic environmental breakdown that will affect every aspect of their adult lives.
Imagine if someone invented a ‘zero waste’ disposable nappy - and it's as cheap as a reusable nappy. All us cloth bum parents would switch to the zero waste disposables, right? Well...no.
People assume that we launched our cloth sanitary products because single use products aren’t environmentally sustainable. Of course, that’s part of the reason. But there’s something else that motivates us. And that’s period poverty.
A question we are often asked is what mums can do with their nappies once their little one has potty trained. So here we are - a little list of what you can do with your nappies. It actually breaks our heart a little to think of cloth nappies going to landfill, so check below to see what you can do to avoid that.
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