Why Littlelamb?

Using Littlelamb reusable nappies will save you money and will help to reduce the environmental impact of your little one.

As Littlelamb Nappies is a family run business committed to customer service you can be assured that you will have all the help and advice on hand to help save your sanity.

Saving money

If you trundle down to your local supermarket and pick up single use disposable nappies with your shopping you probably will not realise the cost over two and a half years.

NHS Paediatricians suggest that newborns' nappies should be changed 10-12 times a day and older babies about six times, ending with just one nappy being used at night-time.

Assuming an average of seven changes a day over the nappy wearing career of your baby, you will use about 6300 nappies.

In the UK the average branded nappy costed 18.1p in 2010. That’s over £1100 just for nappies for one baby.

If you calculate the cost of a birth to potty kit and add the laundering costs (detergent, electricity, water, wear and tear of washer) of £125 over your baby's nappy career and compare to using disposables full-time you save around 50%. 

If you’re planning more children in the future using Littlelamb nappies will then save you over £950 a baby as you only have the laundry costs.

Saving the environment

Littlelamb nappies will help to preserve the environment for your baby’s future by not clogging up land fill with over one tonne of disgusting stinking pathogen leaching disposable nappies.

With the onset of fortnightly refuse collections do you really want up to 130 dirty nappies hanging around in summer? You've got a hectic life and maybe you don't always remember to put out the bin bags on collection day. Pheweee!

It is not just your immediate surroundings that are affected. Take a look at the bigger picture.

Over 7 million trees are chopped down each year to produce disposable nappies. 

Reusable nappies use 3.5 times less energy, 8 times less non-renewable materials and 90 times less renewable resources than “disposables.”

Most Littlelamb nappies are made in a family run factory in Turkey, and are brought into the UK by road freight to ensure that we keep our carbon footprint to a minimum,  giving you peace of mind.

We have to compromise on certain aspects of the production though. We don't use local Turkish elastic any more.  We import all our elastic from a technical manufacturer in America and now get twice the lifespan.

We're a family run business.

Littlelamb is a family run business. Nick and myself deal with the manufacturing and the website while Vicky and Shell run the warehouse in Ammanford, Wales.

Nick and I have six kids and have used washable nappies on all of them (saving over 39000 disposables from landfill).

We have struggled with wrigglers, wondered at the different shapes of our babies and have sometimes been truly amazed at what we have found in a nappy! (Pebbles the day after a beach trip if you're interested)

We started with terry squares and watched the cost of modern washable nappies rise as they went 'trendy'. For a while washable nappies were aspirational so we think we have brought them back down to Earth and put the common sense back. We make nappies with the most robust components for the job and we have a discount structure where you can save up to 40% by buying the larger kits. A £9 nappy in a kit can cost as little as £5.50 - which is why Ebayers buy kits and make money by splitting them up.

Let's face it - washable nappies are not rocket science. You buy a nappy to contain the poo and absorb the wee. If it doesn't do either effectively it has failed as a nappy. Period.

We try and test all kinds of nappies to see what's good and what's not. There are a multitude of 'fashion' nappies that look so cute but to be honest - they are ineffective on absorption. What's the point of using it if it doesn't work?

We produce a necessity product with exceptional quality and sell them at a sensible price.

We deliver kits straight to your door containing all the bits and pieces that you need. No need to hunt down a lidded bucket or find wraps that fit.

And remember - The bigger the kit the bigger the saving. 

All our components are tested and certified. We only use Oeko-tex100 certified bamboo yarn and GOTS organic cotton. We don't dye our nappies into pretty colours as it restricts absorption. We do dye the wraps but you can be assured we exceed current EU 'REACh' regulations on dyestuffs.

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