The packaging for our diapers/nappies is made out of sugarcane plastic. We have earlier tried to have bags made out of cornstarch, the same material that our disposal bags are made of, but noticed that these could start to break down if not stored properly, leading to the bags tearing easily. While the sugarcane plastic isn't compostable, it's at least plant-based and comes from a renewable source!
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- Do diapers/nappies expire?
- What is the Eco by Naty packaging made of?
- How do I use Eco by Naty diapers/nappies?
- I have smelled a strong smell from the diaper/nappy packaging. What is it?
- Can I be sure that there are no harmful chemicals in Eco by Naty diapers/nappies?
- My baby has been suffering from rash problems whilst using Naty diapers/nappies. What could be the cause of this?
- I am interested in Eco by Naty diapers/nappies. Can you send me a free sample?
- Do your Newborn size diapers/nappies have a cut-out space for the umbilical cord stump?
- I have noticed a gel-like substance on my baby’s skin after changing Naty diapers/nappies. What is it?
- Eco by Naty diapers/nappies claim to be based on biodegradable material. What exactly does that mean?