Natural Fibre Nappy liner (reusable, washable), 100% wool felt

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Description

These clever little liners can be used in any nappy (even a disposable) as a “stay dry” absorbent layer either next to baby’s skin to catch urine and solids, or between the absorbent layer and the cover. Because they are made from wool, they are 100% natural and can help heal and prevent nappy rash. Thanks to wool’s amazing antibacterial properties, they do not need washing in-between uses, just air-dry and reuse.

Wool is a better choice than fleece as a re-usable nappy liner because it does not harbour bacteria or smells, and is naturally breathable. Next to baby’s skin, it is kinder than synthetic fabrics. These liners have been specially felted for softness.

Colours and size:

Size approx 12 x 25cm (5×10″) which will fit in most nappies (cloth or disposable), including drop-flap nappies.
Colours vary – mostly pale/light colours. Larger packs will include darker colours also.

Care and washing:
The wool is pre-shrunk and lightly felted so you can wash these up to 60 degrees with your regular nappies.
They are also suitable for lanolising, which will help keep it smelling fresher for longer between washes.

Other information:
Please note that because these liners are made from a 100% natural product, minor colour variation may occur.

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How is it made?
Sweatshop-free and ethically manufactured in the UK, the wool is sourced from a local charity sale. It is cleaned, felted, hand-cut to size and finished with a durable edging for everyday use.

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