ByChase Ezell

Jun 1, 2015
messy baby

Kids make messes. That, my friends, is a universal truth. How you choose to curtail or clean up after the mess, well that is entirely your prerogative. Now when it comes to the latter, safe and natural is best. The last thing any mother wants to do is expose their little one to harsh chemicals all in the name of “clean.” And that is where Dapple comes in.

A Dapple do ya

Dapple’s line of safe and effective cleaning products are created by moms, for moms. Dazed by all the “baby-friendly” products on the market, Dapple’s founders Tamar and Dana quickly realized that something was missing. What was missing? Cleaning products specific to cleaning. Baby bottles, cups, toys, pacifiers, dishes, and oh those highchairs — they all need cleaning and lots of it.

According to Dapple’s founders, traditional dish soaps left behind “lingering smells — a less-than-pleasing bouquet of synthetic fragrances and persistent odor, plus a film that never seemed to come off.” To combat these less-than-pleasantries, Dapple begins with naturally-based ingredients that are:

  • Environmentally safe
  • Biodegradable
  • Cruelty-free
  • Hypoallergenic for sensitive skin
  • Free of parabens, SLES, and phthalates, as well as synthetic dyes or fragrances
Dapple Baby Bottle and Dishwashing Liquid
Dapple Baby Bottle and Dishwashing Liquid

Strong yet safe

All Dapple products are pediatrician recommended and bottled in BPA-free plastic packaging.

Think all-natural isn’t strong enough for your baby mess? Think again! Dapple products are specifically formulated to tackle the toughest baby messes – safely and effectively.

Made with ultra-mild ingredients and perfect for newborns, toddlers, and kids with eczema, Dapple’s Baby Laundry Detergent works wonders on spit-up stains and all other baby messes. The new and improved formula is specifically formulated for use on cloth diapers.

Dapple is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBENC), Healthy Child Healthy World Trusted, and Certified B Corporation. You go, moms!

Feature image courtesy of Matt Preston

By Chase Ezell

Chase has served in various public relations, communications and sustainability roles. He is a former managing editor for