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Bamboo baby wipes made from renewable harvested oeko-tex ® certified bamboo-based viscose. With the strength of bamboo, Caboo is a renewable alternative to tree-based products. Soft & gentle, Caboo baby wipes are lightly enriched with Vitamin E and aloe to gently nourish the baby’s delicate skin. Caboo bamboo baby wipes are perfect for cleaning messy hands & faces, light spills, and of course little baby bums. Our best valued set, the bundle value pack contains 216 wipes & is ideal for refilling wipe dispensers at home, in your car or bag. 216 wipes – bundle value pack.
Certified MADE SAFE™
7% Naturally Derived Ingredients
Paraben & Chlorine Free
The MADE SAFE® (Made with Safe Ingredients) seal means that a product is literally made with safe ingredients™ not known or suspected to harm human health, animals or ecosystems. It’s the only nontoxic certification to apply to products we use every day. For the first time, you can find things that are safe to use on your body, with your families, and in your homes.
Caboo Baby Wipes and Cleaning Wipes are proudly MADE SAFE™ certified.
Founded in 2012, Caboo is a Canadian based company that provides commercial and household paper products made from bamboo and sugarcane. They aim to use the most innovative technology and materials in order to provide sustainable, tree-free paper without compromising quality. They hope you’ll love Caboo as much as they do!
Approximately 90% of all paper products worldwide are made of wood. Humans consume about 27,000 trees daily for toilet paper. That’s a lot of trees. Caboo wanted to find a sustainable alternative to conventional paper made from trees while minimizing our environmental footprint. And so… Caboo’s roots began!
Uses fast-growing grasses, not trees
Because bamboo and sugarcane are grasses rather than hardwoods, they both grow very quickly and, after harvest, grow back just as quickly – in as little as three to four months (trees can take up to 30 years to grow). No replanting is necessary – unlike trees, which never grow back after being cut down. About 83 million rolls of toilet paper are produced from trees each day.
Kind on the environment
Switching to Caboo can help save rainforests, water, and wildlife, and can make a real impact on reversing climate change. Bamboo can grow in environments with depleted soil and little water and actually returns nutrients to the soil, which improves degraded areas. Bamboo also doesn’t require fertilizers, insecticides or pesticides. An added and very important benefit is that Caboo paper is made from bamboo species that are not food sources for pandas.
Makes use of renewable resources
Sugarcane is much like bamboo, with an added environmental bonus. The “bagasse” – the dry fibrous residue that remains after the extraction of juice from the crushed stalks – is what we use to make our paper. Normally this bagasse is either disposed of or burned, which means that we are repurposing what would otherwise be discarded. Talk about renewable!
The sustainable alternative
Switching to Caboo paper can help you move toward a more sustainable lifestyle. In fact, it’s probably one of the easiest things you can do to help the environment in your daily life. If you operate a business, switching to Caboo paper can contribute toward your company’s sustainability goals.
More eco-friendly than recycled paper
Recycling or processing a tree into the tissue can take much more water and energy than the minimal processing necessary to turn bamboo and sugarcane into paper. BPA can also be found in recycled tissue after deinking and cleaning recycled paper. Caboo’s sugarcane and bamboo paper is 100% BPA free.
Softer and stronger than recycled paper
Unlike recycled bath tissue, which can be rough or thin, Caboo’s sugarcane and bamboo fibres produce a much softer product than recycled paper. And it’s strong, too – bamboo’s natural qualities make a paper that’s been tested to be stronger than recycled tissue of the same weight.
Caboo’s bath tissue is 100% biodegradable. It’s fibers quickly dissolve back into the earth – making it safe for all septic systems.