TotsBots reveal their new reusable nappy styles


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As us mums try our best to do our bit for the environment, we’re always looking for new and different ways we can be more environmentally conscious. That’s why we’re huge fans of reusable nappies.

If you’ve never used them before but you’re looking to try them out, we think you’ll love TotsBots new ‘Counting Time’ collection of their best-selling Easy-Fit nappy. These playful nappies are made for babies and toddlers from 8-35 lbs thanks to the adjustable poppers on the front and clever Velcro-style fastenings.

The latest designs are inspired by classic nursery rhymes and bedtime stories and come in five new styles 1,2,3,4,5, Ten in a bed, Five Little Ducks, Five Currant Buns and Zoom and will be launching on the TotsBots website April 15.

The waterproof outer layer of these nappies is made entirely from recycled plastic waste, making TotsBots the first reusable nappy company on the market to make 100 per cent of their waterproof fabric out of recycled polyester yarn which we think is pretty impressive.

What's more, TotsBots reusable nappies don’t just reduce plastic waste, they recycle it too as all TotsBots waterproof fabric is made from recycled plastic bottles. On average, two plastic bottles are diverted from the landfill with every TotsBots EasyFit nappy and every TotsBots nappy is Oeko-Tex certified too, meaning there are no nasty chemicals next to your baby’s skin.

To keep your baby comfortable and dry, there’s a fluffy bamboo core, stay-dry protection zones and stitch-free leg seams that ensure no leaks.

You can shop the new collection to shop now at, with prices starting from rrp £12.

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