I hope that you’ve all stocked up on Nappy Fresh ahead of Real Nappy Week that starts tomorrow (15th April). To celebrate, we’re offering 20% off Nappy Fresh here.
Meanwhile here’s a nappy related press release about a great, free trial kit scheme that’s operating in West Cheshire;
Ethical business supports real nappy trial
Yorkshire ethical cleaning products company Bio-D is supporting a trial designed to encourage the use of Real Nappies in Cheshire.
Bio-D, the Hull based manufacturer of ethical laundry products, is donating boxes of Nappy Fresh to Go Real, The Real Nappy Information Service, that is working with Cheshire West and Chester Council to offer parents the opportunity to try out Real Nappies for free.
Commenting on the initiative, Bio-D’s Sales and Marketing Director Sara Holtby said; “Nappy Fresh is a natural, antibacterial sanitising powder for the safe and effective cleansing of reusable textile nappies at low temperatures and we’re delighted to be supporting Go Real with this project.”
Sasha Forsyth from Go Real said; “Real Nappies are not only up to 40% better for the environment than disposables, but parents can also save at least £500 per child by using them. Modern designs and fabrics ensure that Real Nappies are now a fashion favourite and parents will be able to find out that they are really easy to use too. We’re really pleased that Bio-D have been able to support us.”
The Trial kit scheme gives parents the chance to test a range of types and styles of Real Nappies and make a decision on which are best for them and their baby. The kit contains everything parents will need, including Nappy Fresh to wash and sanitise the nappies, to road test Real Nappies and can be kept for up to three weeks to give them chance to discover which nappies they prefer. The kit also includes a DVD with further information, and Go Real also offers advice via a freephone helpline.
Bio-D’s Sara Holtby continued; “Switching from disposables to Real Nappies dramatically reduces waste going to landfill, and for this reason councils are keen to encourage parents to switch to Real Nappies, to save waste and taxpayers’ money.”
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Sara and Lloyd