Don’t just throw away your KODIAKOTTON® natural fiber pads. There are many ways to repurpose them. Use any of our ideas below, or get creative and come up with some of your own!
KODIAKOTTON® liners serve as great weed barriers. In flower beds, the natural fiber pads can be laid down as a barrier for weeds. Water and fertilizer can drain through the…
KODIAKOTTON® liners can be reused to insulate cold items you buy at your local grocery store. Don't worry about leaving that icecream in the trunk when you run extra errands…
Our KODIAKOTTON® liners can be easily torn up and used as pillow stuffing. It's so simple, try it for yourself! If you reuse our liners as pillow stuffing or in…
Baby Changing Pad
Some of our larger liners can be the perfect fit for a baby changing pad insert! If it's too big, cut to fit and if it's too small, sew or…
Cardboard Sensory Board
Our cardboard boxes can be reused in tons of ways. Here is a fun one for babies - a sensory board! This is a simple, tactile way to help your…
KODIAKOTTON® can be reused in the garden in so many ways! A great option is to reuse it as a planter liner. It soaks up water really well for hanging…
Read below to learn more about what KODIAKOTTON® is and how you can reuse it safely.
Our KODIAKOTTON® Natural Fiber insulated liners are made up primarily of cotton, with a small amount of polyester, and a nontoxic binder that holds the fibers together.
The KODIAKOTTON® pads are sealed in a recyclable film with a proprietary additive to promote biodegradation.
Our liners (with and without the poly film) are nontoxic, hypoallergenic, and have no evidence of carcinogenicity. They are safe to reuse in many applications – such as a weed barrier, in a compost, and even as a pet bed. Get creative!
Can I use KODIAKOTTON® in my home compost?
Yes. Cotton fully biodegrades with and without the poly film.
Is KODIAKOTTON® safe for my garden?
Yes. Cotton plants contain many nutrients that can be very beneficial to any type of garden.
Can I use KODIAKOTTON® to insulate my house?
Because our liners are all natural, they have not been treated with fire retardants and are not recommended to insulate a home.
What happens to the liners in a landfill?
Cotton biodegrades both aerobically and anaerobically. This means the product can fully biodegrade both in a composting environment and in a landfill. If you choose to throw away the liners, we recommend recycling the poly film first to quicken the biodegradation process.
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The cotton liners have been designed for specific use of applications. In no event shall KODIAKOOLER® be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, special consequential damages, to property or life, whatsoever arising out of or connected with the use or misuse of it’s products.