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Organic Natural White Muslin Wrap - Fibre for Good

Designer: Fibre for good

$39.95
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Fibre for Good muslin wraps are super-soft, lightweight, breathable, moisture-absorbing. They have a ‘lofty’ feel, due to the unique open-weave construction which is made up of 6 super-soft layers. Perfect for everyday use.
Colour - Natural white
  • Made from 100% chemical-free Organic Natural Colour Cotton
  • For swaddling – naturally light, allows for maximum airflow
  • For bedding – generously sized and perfect for soft layering
  • For feeding – great cover when you need some privacy
  • 100% hypoallergenic
  • 120cm x 120cm
Why choose Fibre for Good 
Organic Natural Colour Cotton – why is it better?
 Fibre for Good
Organic Natural Colour Cotton (ONCC) grows in three naturally occurring colours, so it doesn’t need bleaching or dying or chemicals added to make the fabric colourfast. In fact, ONCC fabric has a tendency to deepen in colour over time.
Mother Nature is entirely responsible for the colours of our cotton. The strength of the cotton colour can be a bit like the vintage of a wine, affected by a range of growing conditions. That’s why our garments may have minor hue shifts and a subtle ‘marle’ look – and why we say that they come in ‘shades’ of Winter White, Sage and Wheat.
Care instructions: 
Organic Natural Colour Cotton (ONCC) grows in three naturally occurring, gender-neutral colours – Natural White, Wheat and Sage. That means it doesn’t need bleaching or dying. It, therefore, follows that it doesn’t need to be treated with chemicals to make the fabric colourfast either. In fact, Fibre for good ONCC fabric has a tendency to deepen in colour over time.
With care, Fibre for Good garments should retain their softness and colour throughout your baby’s infancy and stay that way for any future siblings!
We recommend that you wash using a neutral detergent in cold water (15-30ºC). Line-dry or tumble-dry on low. Do not dry-clean. Do not use fabric softener or bleach.
 
2126 Litres of water were saved producing this garment compared to a commercially produced garment.