''We never run out of nappies and the prints are beautiful.''
Ben - Dad to Nancy.
SPEND ANOTHER £50.00 AND ENJOY FREE DELIVERY
We’re thrilled to supply the cloth nappy voucher in your Scottish Government Baby Box. Just send off your voucher and we’ll send back one PeeNut Wrap and five absorbent pads so you can use reusables from day one. Watch the movie below to find out more about the kit.
Did you know that this little nappy kit alone can divert up to 450 nappies from landfill? Sign up to our mailing list at the bottom of the page for more tips and advice on using cloth nappies. Happy Nappying!
Did you know that disposable nappies take up to 500 years to decompose and that so-called "bio-degradable" nappies don't actually break down in landfill. We think that stinks!
Using cloth nappies halves your weekly rubbish, reduces your carbon footprint by 40% and protects the planet your baby will inherit. Even one reusable nappy change a day makes a difference.
TotsBots cloth nappies are the only reusable nappy brand to be completely Oeko-Tex 100-certified, meaning absolutely no harmful chemicals next to your bubba’s delicate bottom.
Breathable, washable nappies are much less likely to cause nappy rash, eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions. Plus, using fabric nappies encourages early potty training. Happy days!
Cloth nappies have zoomed into the 21st century with a super-soft fluffy landing. Our award-winning reusable nappies are ultra-absorbent with leak-proof seams for a soft, snug fit.
They're easy to use, easy to wash, and there's a liner to dispose of the poo. Don't soak, just store in your nappy bucket, pop them into your machine and wash with non-bio powder at 40/60 — voila!
Use cloth nappies and save yourself some money! Babies can be expensive, so reusable nappies are worth the investment in the long run.
From birth to potty training, disposable nappies can cost around £1,000 versus £300 for washable nappies. That's a massive saving of £700!
Ben - Dad to Nancy.
Christine - Mum to Evelyn.
James - Elliot's Dad
Siobhan - Mum to Niamh