Whether visiting relatives, road tripping or lounging in the park, our Travel Bamboo Change Mats are a must-have for eco-conscious families on the move.
Designed to fit any standard change table and easy to roll up and stash in your baby bag, this change mat will help baby enjoy clean and comfy nappy changes—anytime, anyplace.
Designed in Byron Bay, Australia.
Simple to use: Easy to use snap fastenings and a modern design make every nappy change a breeze.
Leak-free functionality: Two thirsty bamboo inserts are included with each nappy cover to minimise leaks and maximise comfort.
Two styles in one: You have the freedom to set up your baby’s nappy as a popular pocket style or an easy all-in-2 setup.
Grows with baby: Our single nappy design will grow with baby from tiny newborn through to energetic toddler.
Certified plastic neutral by Plastic Bank: every cloth nappy purchased stops the equivalent of 5 plastic bottles from entering the ocean.
Made from rPET recycled fabrics: Our covers feature post-consumer recycled polyester inside and out, made from recycled plastic bottles, diverting single-use plastics from landfill giving them another life.
Australian design: Our premium quality nappies are hand-designed with love and care in Byron Bay, Australia.
Outer cover: Waterproof and breathable rPET recycled polyester with heat-bonded TPU laminate to prevent leaks.
Inner cover: Stay-dry rPET recycled polyester micro-fleece to help baby feel comfy and dry, even after wetting.
Inserts: Super soft and absorbent bamboo terry comprising 85% Bamboo Viscose 15% Polyester.
Our cloth nappy fabrics are OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certified and contain no harmful chemicals.
Washing dirty cloth nappies in 4 simple steps:Step 1: Remove solidsDrop poo in the loo and store the used cloth nappy in a dry pail.
Step 2: Pre-wash cycleRun a pre-wash cycle 40-60 degrees with detergent every 1-2 days. This removes the majority of soiling and gets your nappies ready for the main-wash. Store nappy in a dry pail until the main wash.
Step 3: Main-wash cycleRun a long main-wash cycle 40-60 degrees with detergent every 2-3 days.
Step 4: Hang to dryAir dry nappies or use a clothes/tumble dryer.