Bumboo Mixed Pack Free Trial Subscription (3 pack followed by 44 pack subscription)
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1. Simply select your chosen delivery frequency (most people start at 3 months)
2. Proceed to checkout, and your first order will be delivered within 2 working days.
3. We will notify you by email 3 days before your next order so you have plenty of time to make any changes.
4. Sit back and enjoy an extra 5% off on each future subscription order. You can cancel any time.
We appreciate that a carton of 44 rolls is a big commitment if you’ve not had the opportunity to try the product first, so we’ve put together a free trial box for new subscribers, containing 1 of our extra long 100% bamboo premium toilet rolls, 1 Kitchen roll and 1 box of unbleached bamboo face tissues.
Simply sign up for a regular bumboo subscription, selecting the delivery frequency that suits your needs, and we’ll send a free trial box to you first. All we ask is that you cover the postage cost of £3.50 for all UK addresses.
Assuming that you're happy with bumboo, a full-size carton order will be automatically processed and sent to you 14 days after placing your trial pack order. This will be charged at the discounted subscription price of £45.60 including free delivery. Each carton will include 32 wrapped toilet rolls and 8 wrapped kitchen rolls.
If you decide that bumboo isn’t for you, simply cancel your subscription without any obligation or fuss. We've made this process super quick and easy, and we'll send you a reminder before we process the full-sized order, to make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to cancel if you wish.
You can also edit your subscription at any time via your account dashboard, including switching to a different bumboo product, delivery date or frequency.
Please note that there is a limit of one free trial pack per customer.
All Bumboo products use bamboo that is sourced from managed forests that preserve biological diversty and support the lives of local people and workers.
186,442 trees planted
We plant a tree for every box that you order with Eden Reforestation Projects. This is done by employing local villagers whose livelihoods have been devastated by deforestation.
Is Bumboo toilet paper suitable for septic tanks and composting toilets?
Yes, all of our toilet paper is thoroughly tested for disintegration, so it is suitable for use with both these systems.
Is Bumboo suitable for sensitive skin
Yes! Our bamboo toilet tissue has the benefit of being naturally super soft, hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, so it’s great for all skin types, and doesn’t need any chemical enhancers such as softening additives, chemical scents or dyes. It’s also free from any of the chemicals associated with recycled paper, such as de-inking agents and BPA.
Is your toilet roll chemical-free?
Bumboo is certified by FIDRA for being PFA free, which means that we have no forever chemicals in our products.
Our white paper is bleached using a mix of oxygen and hydrogen peroxide, in a process that is totally chlorine free (TCF), and is generally considered one of the most environmentally safe ways to bleach paper.
We now also offer unwhitened options, for those wishing to minimize their environmental impact further.
Is your packaging plastic free?
Yes! Being plastic free is very important to us, and has been an integral part of our mission from the outset. We studied many packaging options, including so-called environmentally friendly plastic options such as oxy-degradable plastic. However, given the unrealistic conditions needed for such plastics to degrade, we felt that paper was the most environmentally sound choice. We also took care to ensure that no plastic was present in our packaging tape, opting to use a kraft paper based eco packaging tape reinforced with glass fibres.
Our paper wraps are made from FSC certified paper and printed with soybean based inks. Our cartons are made from recycled paper and printed with soybean inks. All packaging is fully recyclable and compostable (although we would always encourage you to reuse packaging as much as possible before choosing one of these options.)