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Just wanted to add a note to the comments about why you would need pul and wool. To some extent the wool on these nappies are decoration (they are not lanolised so are not a waterproof layer in their own right) however it is a breathable natural material and the PUL in the ecobubs is much thinner than standard. The added winner is that the microfibre inserts that come with these nappies are about as absorbant as it gets with microfibre. We have always had great feed back on these. Often with people coming back for more. Not to mention how incredibly cute they are!!!
flutterby wrote:Whenever I looked in the past teehee baby were the only place that had them, I'm really tempted to get a natural one and LWI dye it
Can't see why not - it's the outer wool layer you'd be dying...Annette wrote:Can you LWI them if they have PUL in them?
Velvetsteph wrote:Can't see why not - it's the outer wool layer you'd be dying...Annette wrote:Can you LWI them if they have PUL in them?