Our luxuriously soft and durable quilted play mats are the perfect accessory for playtime at home or on the go. One side features designer artwork by Australian artists and is made from water-resistant recycled post-consumer polyester with polyurethane laminate that's easy to wipe clean. Making them the perfect nappy free playmat. The other side is made from soft quilted bamboo cotton velvet.
While our play mats offer a perfect thickness and are comfortable, they aren’t bulky and are easy to travel with. Our portable play mats can be rolled and secured with their strap for easy storage or transportation.
Nappy free time: Simply lay on the floor, bed or lounge when you wish to give your bub some air time! If they leave a surprise, simply spray & wipe up, giving more time for developmental tummy time! Handy tip: hang up after use to air, wash with your nappies every few days.
Feeding frenzies: Great to protect rugs, under high chairs or tucked in over lounges. Suitable for older kids + snack time too!
Our nappy free play mat is super versatile. It doubles as a functional waterproof picnic rug if you get the family size!
Our nappy free play mats are designed to be used on either side. The side showcasing the print is the wipeable side which we recommend using when out of the house. The other side is made from soft quilted bamboo cotton velvet which is super soft against bubs skin and will absorb any moisture, making it perfect for tummy time. This side will require more washing if no.1’s or no.2’s have been absorbed into the fabric.
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The size is decent and the mat has great quality fabric. The print is nice too.
I find the fabric to be very loose though. It’s like the lining is shrunken and there’s extra fabric on the outside or something.
Absolutely love our nappy free time mat. Great quality. The only improvement I could suggest is when you was it the inside gets a bit bunched so it might be worth looking at quilting it a bit to stop the bunching.