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28/04/2014 at 10:03
Thought I'd start a post for anone interested in using cloth nappies as it's Real Nappy Week and it's a great time to get looking. It's how I got started last year and there are tons of great deals around. If anyone has any questions, I'm happy to try and help and there are lots of ladies on here who can offer advice and suggestions. Fire away!
I'll also try to post links to some of the great deals on offer.
28/04/2014 at 10:06
Happy Real Nappy Week Margot!
We are doing well with our cloths but I don't have a massive stash so um washing all the time. Looking to remedy that this week by taking advantage of deals.
S seems to be quite a heavy wetter so two parters like tots bots stretch + ll bamboo work best for us. Are there any others you'd recomnend? Looking for some inspiration!
28/04/2014 at 10:09
I saw an offer on FB via Plush Addict earlier, but I think it's for nappy fabric rather than ready made. Still, might help someone out:
There's up to 20% off bamboo, hemp, Zorb, PUL, Plush, KAM snaps, pliers and presses & other fabrics and notions. Discounts are already on the website and it ends on Sunday http://ow.ly/wdoIm
28/04/2014 at 10:53
N is a fairly light wetter, our favourites are Little Lamb OSFAs. I've just got 12 cheapie for nursery, they don't last as long as others but nursery change them afrequently so they should be fine, they're Velcro too as I think they will find it easier. I've just seen a deal on Tots Bots stretchies on The Clean Green Nappy Machine which would probably suit you well:
Sshh, that's a fab offer, wish I had the time or skills to make my own.
28/04/2014 at 12:14
Thanks for the cleangreennappy link Margot! Just ordered my bamboozle stretchies woop
28/04/2014 at 15:20
Thanks Margot, that's a good deal I shall get ordering :)
28/04/2014 at 17:19
I would like a basic starter pack, so if anyone has advice about that or sees offers please let me know.
28/04/2014 at 17:41
You can usually get good starter packs from Little Lambs or Tots Bots, although I'd recommend not buying too many of one type until baby is here as not all nappies suit and fit all babies. Have a look at The Nappy Lady website for a guide to the different types available and I think she has an online questionnaire you can do and get recommendations based on your requirements and washing etc.
There are a couple of good preloved groups on FB, search for CBM Sales or Pre-loved cloth nappies and accessories.
29/04/2014 at 18:05
Thanks for those links, I'm going to look into getting some this week x
02/05/2014 at 12:38
Just seen that Little Lamb have a deal on their one size nappies, which are our favourites, they are doing 10 for £50 which is fab.
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