X.Large Nappy Off Mat
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X.LARGE NAPPY OFF MAT ™
Waterproof Organic Bamboo Baby Change Mat / Bedtime Training Mat.
This versatile product can be used as an extra large Nappy Off Mat, or as a bedtime nappy off training mat. I made this product for my then 2 year old when she started toilet training and refused to wear a night nappy anymore. It is a very large size at 100cm x 75cm, perfect to cover the main area of a single or toddler bed. Also used as a large Nappy Off Mat once bubs get a bit bigger, baby can have their much needed and loved nappy off time, without having to worry about getting the bed, carpet, blanket, change table, or anywhere else wet.
The top layer is super absorbent and luxuriously soft bamboo/organic cotton double terry towelling. The bottom layer is completely waterproof PUL (polyurethane laminated) fabric, used in cloth nappies.
Bamboo is highly water absorbent, able to take up three times its weight in water, and around 60% more water-absorbent than cotton. It has an excellent wicking ability that will pull moisture away from the skin so that it can evaporate, this makes it breathable and cool to wear. Bamboo fabric is exceptionally soft and light, almost silky in feel, naturally anti-bacterial, and very sustainable to grow. It is natural, organic, and soft on your baby's skin. Perfect for all things baby really :-)
** CUSTOMER REVIEW **
'This is my second order with TheWiggleTree. First I ordered 2 of the smaller Nappy Off Mats which I used not only for nappy off time but also as a change mat on the go. Now my little one is rolling and twisting all about I've ordered the bigger one. Quality is beautiful and works a dream. Thanks so much!' ~ Vanessa
Every order I post is meticulously gift wrapped, with full product descriptions and care labels, and if you are purchasing an item as a gift, I offer direct delivery with a personalised gift note to the recipient. Just let me know when you place your order. Carly xx
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