is a socially responsible, green powered Canadian manufacturer
committed to exceeding customer expectations with original designs,
including natural and organic cloth nappies, while leaving a minimal carbon footprint.
The Mother-ease factory is powered solely by renewable resources. 80% hydro-electric and 20% wind power provided by www.bullfrogpower.com
Since 1990 Mother-ease has designed and manufactured its own line of soft, convenient, leak free cloth nappy systems.
We are leaders in the industry with established distribution networks
in many countries. Our design features are evident in many of the
nappies found today, however only Mother-ease offers the experience and
reliability customers have come to depend on. Parents will be happy to
know, we deliver what we promise and stand behind our products. Mother-ease nappy systems have been available in the and
Eire since 1998.
Recent studies show that not only do washable nappies
have less impact on the environment by reducing the waste going into
landfill (2.5 billion disposables are dumped every year in the
), they could save you a significant amount of money. Cost comparison
research conducted by Womens Environmental Network (WEN) looks at
purchase costs and adds this to laundering expenses. This includes
detergent (£73), energy bills (£35) and machine depreciation (£25) over 2
1/2 years. This is then compared to the cost of purchasing disposable nappies for the same period, based on 6 changes a day. Our data in the graph below is for just one child. If cared for correctly, your Mother-ease nappies should last for more than one child, making them even better value and giving a greater saving.
Time for a change?
From birth to toilet training one child nappied only in
disposable nappies will use approximately 5300 nappies, producing about a
ton of waste which does not decompose.
Laundering a baby's cloth nappy uses no more water than an adult does flushing the toilet over the course of a day.