Toy Stuffing 100% Recycled (250g)

A soft, white, fluffy toy stuffing made right here in Britain from 100% recycled plastic bottles! Comes as a 250g bag.

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£4.99

16 in stock

I used to be a plastic bottle! I am now a recycled cushion, toy and craft filling! A near white, lofty filling made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. Plastic bottles are collected by waste companies who sort, clean and shred the used plastic bottles to a washed flake, state. The flakes are processed and fluffed to produce a clean, near white, fantastic bouncy polyester stuffing. A perfect bulky filler for cushions, toys and other large craft projects. Fibre complies to BS5852 British flammability test, BS1425 British cleanliness certificate & EN71-3 European standards certificate. Makers who sell craft items and work with fillings, know it is a legal requirement to hold a record of the EN71-3 certificate to display in their maker’s safety file. Feel assured, our recycled filling meets all requirements needed.

Weight 0.25 kg
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JM
06/05/2020
J M.
GB GB
I recommend this product
Great product

Quick and efficient service. Thank you.

JB
05/30/2020
Jo B.
GB GB
I recommend this product
Brilliant customer service

We had a bit if confusion with post codes and Susuan was quick to reply and resent the package out within moments. They were there tracking the delivery with me and made sure that I had received the item in question. Very personal and brilliant customer service. I highly recommend.

A
05/24/2020
Aimee
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Love that it's recycled

this stuffing is great and the fact its recycled i just love!

L
05/01/2020
Laura
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Worked Gret

stuffing worked great and was nice and soft which I was a little worried about with it being recycled. But it turns out there was no need to worry