LastSwab Baby Bud
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Suitable for babies and children. The LastSwab Baby is perfect for cleaning those delicate areas around the eye, outer ears, nose, and navel, or for applying cream to targeted areas.
A sustainable and reusable choice that replaces up to 1,000 cotton swabs.
How it works
How to use it
What is LastSwab made of?
The swab ends are made of the rubber-like material TPE, and the rod is made of plastic reinforced with glass fiber. The case comes in two versions and is either made of the plant-based material PLA, or of recycled ocean-bound plastic.
Why not just use paper and cotton ones?
Paper and cotton swabs impact the environment because they are single-use. The average person goes through hundreds of cotton swabs each year. These cotton swabs get produced, warehoused, shipped, purchased, used, and discarded. During this process, the use of raw materials and the CO2 created are harmful to the environment. These processes become unnecessary when you commit to using reusable products like LastSwab.
How long does LastSwab last?
LastSwab is tested to withhold up to 1,000 uses.
Is LastSwab sanitary?
LastSwabs are easily cleaned with water and a little soap. You can also use a disinfectant like rubbing alcohol to sanitize it.
Can I use LastSwab to clean a child's ear?
If used on children of all ages - we recommend using the LastSwab Baby, which is specially built for gentle use in the outer ear, and is safe to use.
Can I use LastSwab for nail polish removal, art projects or instrument cleaning?
You can generally use a LastSwab as you would use a single-use swab, but keep in mind that LastSwab is not heat resistant and you can not use it with solvents such as acetone or non-acetone nail polish remover.
How many single-use swabs does LastSwab need to replace to be better for the environment?
It only takes 36 uses (so about 5 weeks) to become a better option than single-use swabs in terms of carbon footprint.