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Eco pull-ups?

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BlueChampagne Thu 04-Feb-10 15:28:24

DS has been in cloth nappies but nursery would like him in pull-ups while toilet training. Does anyone know if there are any more environmentally friendly ones than Huggies/Pampers?

Thanks

beagle101 Thu 04-Feb-10 16:46:40

I used to use Bambo pull ups - they are fairly eco friendly - and worked really well for my son - I ordered them on line form naturebotts but I think lots of places sell them online.

HTH

MrsBadger Thu 04-Feb-10 16:55:30

Nature Baby do pull-ups - try boots or waitrose

BlueChampagne Fri 05-Feb-10 12:11:19

Thanks ladies. Waitrose isn't my closest supermarket but I happened to be passing this morning so zipped in and got some. Will investigate Bambos too.

CantSupinate Mon 08-Feb-10 14:41:15

There are quite a few makes of cloth pullups, if you want to go down the route.

I have used Bambos, my 5yo likes them, they seem to work well. They are Only ones I can get big enough for him (Size 6).
Spirit of Nature are offering a discount if you order 6 bags of them (120 day supply, in theory).

sharpey178 Wed 31-Aug-11 09:48:08

On the whole issue of eco parenting I'm not sure how easy this is but I'm environmentally conscious so would like to try. Any views on the tips here. www.globalcool.org/lifestyle/dannii-minogue-celebrity-green-parenting-guide

RosemaryandThyme Sat 03-Sep-11 17:40:17

If his ready to potty train best to stop nappies altogether (pull-ups are just nappies to a child). Nursery will support by changing wet pants and reminding / escorting to the loo.

ragged Thu 15-Sep-11 10:19:24

I also used Bambos & was pretty happy with them.

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