Perlimpinpin Nap Bag review |

6 responses

  1. Frank Tauber
    January 13, 2014

    The chemical used to breakdown the bamboo into fiber is basically (caustic soda) which is used in almost all fabric fiber processing in some way, this includes cotton.
    Caustic soda is even used in the processing of some foods.
    If the bamboo yarn processing is done in a closed system it does not cause pollution to the environment and there are insignificant traces of the chemicals left in the fiber after processing…
    Bamboo fabric is also known to stop UV rays and is said to be antimicrobial.
    Just think if you buy cotton it takes 2 pounds of chemicals and pesticides to grow one pound of cotton.
    Don’t you think there is residue from all these chemicals in the final cotton product?.
    In my opinion and my family’s bamboo is the superior choice anytime.

  2. Cristy Doris
    June 4, 2013

    Totally thought bamboo was chemical free. Glad to have that informed decision you were talking about.

  3. mamaof8 – Dawn
    June 4, 2013

    My little guy could sure use one of these! He’s such a rolly polly that blankets never stay on

    • Mommy Gearest
      June 4, 2013

      Once you go sleep sack, you never go back.

  4. Lilth B. Heard
    June 3, 2013

    Bamboo is a quick growing, renewable material with very many uses. Let’s have a little give and take. We can’t avoid all chemical processes and live in the 21st century! Just saying because I think it needs to be said.

    • Mommy Gearest
      June 3, 2013

      Absolutely true – but I think it’s important to make informed choices. If you ask most people about bamboo, they think it’s chemical-free. It’s not – turning it into rayon takes a lot of chemical processing. So if you’re choosing bamboo solely for the softness, great – you probably don’t care about the chemicals. But for people who care about chemicals, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with providing accurate information. :)

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