Signature - Teething Comforter Muslins
What You Can Recycle With Us!
Please send us any brand of non-electronic items associated with babies and baby care. Please ONLY send feeding bottles, pacifiers & teethers, bottles, bottle caps and collars, sippy cups, plastic dishware and utensils, teething rings and plastic bibs.
Do not send in other types of baby-related waste like baby clothing or fabric, baby diapers, or any baby toys with electronics or lithium ion batteries.
What Is Made Out Of What I Send?
Our partner makes them out into watering cans, ash trays, ping pong tables, benches and even playground equipment.
Where Can You Send It?
La Romi - Recycling
Unit B246, 55 Bendon Valley
London, SW18 4LZ
These are the perfect combination of elements, that will give you a very versatile product. You can use it throughout different stages of your little ones growth, from birth as a burp cloth to a chewing toy, when teething is as its peak.
To get you started, inside we have included a sample tin of 100% organic extra virgin coconut oil.
Our beautiful signature teething muslins are one of our brand new products that are a parent essential. Their softness and multipurpose quality, makes these the best purchase for a new baby. Perfect addition to any baby gift set.
A gentle product that brings maximum comfort to your baby for everyday use.
The muslin is made of high quality, absorbent and breathable cotton designed to give your baby the maximum comfort. It comes attached to a beechwood ring, that's ethically sourced. The ring is coated with a thin layer of organic coconut oil, keeping moisturised, looking fresh and protecting it from cracking and drying out.
It is durable and grows together with your baby.
Made from 100% organic cotton, approx. 40 x 40 cm attached to a beechwood ring and a silicone ring that's BPA free.
Handmade in the UK.
Only hand wash after detaching the muslin from the wooden ring, in order to avoid the ring from being wet for a long period of time.
Moisturise the wooden ring every month or when signs of dryness appear. This is common due to being in contact with saliva, which is drying.