Satsuma Designs Reveals Ecofriendly Solution To Keeping The Dirtiest Part Of A Nursery Clean & Green

Satsuma Designs today released their newest collection of organic, bamboo spun products for baby and home. Their new Baby Booty Bamboo Barrier is a naturally antibacterial diaper pad cover designed to keep any nursery green and clean.
 
 
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Sept. 15, 2008 - PRLog -- SATSUMA DESIGNS REVEALS ECO-FRIENDLY SOLUTION TO KEEPING THE DIRTIEST PART OF BABY’S NURSERY CLEAN AND GREEN

Baby Booty Bamboo Barrier is the naturally antibacterial solution to aid caregivers in germ warfare

Seattle, WA – September 15, 2008 – Satsuma Designs today released their newest collection of all natural, bamboo spun gifts and gear for baby and home debuting the Baby Booty Bamboo Barrier. The Baby Booty Bamboo Barrier is a naturally antibacterial changing table pad cover made from bamboo fabric designed to keep the dirtiest part of any nursery green and clean.

This new collection marks the beginning of a campaign to bring all natural, earth friendly, naturally antibacterial products to nurseries everywhere. The company’s newest bamboo changing table pad covers are the latest innovation for nursery products. Purveyor of elegant and earth-friendly baby gifts, Satsuma Designs develops products using only organic and sustainable resources such as bamboo and organic cotton.

“Satsuma Designs’ new collection is great! My clients love the feel of the entire line and really appreciate the fact that they’re organic and made from a sustainable resource,” shares retailer Grace Marupa, owner of Washington and Bethesda-based Yiro, specializing in organic and natural products.

Rigorous industry testing has confirmed that bamboo naturally resists and kills the Staphylococcus bacteria and other germs commonly lurking in every day locations: pre-schools, day-care, grocery carts, even the neighborhood mall. This revolutionary material possesses a special trait referred to as Bamboo Kun – the plant’s intrinsic ability to fight off pests that destroy other crops. Once harvested, bamboo retains these properties when spun into fabric.

The year old Seattle-based company has enjoyed fast growth from its signature line of bamboo swaddling and receiving blankets. “My daughter’s Satsuma blanket is her favorite. We love it. It’s so nice and lightweight. And we have ALOT of blankets!” shares Jessica Marquez, a journalist in New York and mom to Elena.

Founded to address the growing consumer demand for products that are safe for children and the environment, Satsuma takes special measures to source materials and manufacturing practices that serve its dual mission – to make socially responsible business decisions while creating quality products.

About Satsuma Designs

Seattle-based Satsuma Designs sells its organic and naturally antibacterial bamboo-spun collection of gifts and gear for baby and home at independent retailers throughout the country and online at www.satsumadesigns.com.
Satsuma Designs – Good for your baby, Good for mother earth ™.

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Jennifer Porter
(206) 604-6465
jennifer@satsumadesigns.com

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Satsuma Designs develops organic, bamboo-spun gifts and gear for baby and home. The company's all natural, antibacterial collection is found at nationwide retailers and online at www.satsumadesigns.com.
Good for your baby, Good for mother earth ™.
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