Cloth Nappies

The Snazzipants Guide to Washing Nappies

Posted by Diane Hurford on

The Snazzipants Guide to Washing Nappies

Cloth nappies are an investment – and will save you plenty of money over time. The new styles mean they are simple to use and simple to launder. Here at Snazzipants we want you to get the most our of your nappies and be using them for a long time.If you think of what a cloth nappy goes through – it works hard. It is used to catch wees and poos then tucked away until wash day. To get the most out of your cloth nappies - treat them well.Be realistic about what you think your nappies will look like...

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How to Tell When to Change a Wet Nappy

Posted by Diane Hurford on

How to Tell When to Change a Wet Nappy

This may sound really obvious – but it is not always.Its easy with disposables as with a quick pinch you can see if they are “Squishy”. The “squish” is the gel used inside that expends to 30 times it weight when weed on.As a general rule, a baby shouldn’t be in a nappy longer than 2 – 4 hours, depending on their age. Newborns wet more frequently so you will be changing every couple of hours, toddlers are a lot less frequent. Here at Snazzipants we think using cloth on a newborn and changing them every two hours is hard...

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Myths About Cloth Nappies

Posted by Diane Hurford on

Myths About Cloth Nappies

1. I have to be 100% cloth or 100% disposable NOT TRUE! Here at Snazzipants we know life is busy. We think if you have a newborn, use disposables for a few months until you have some regular sleep patterns and some energy back. Then do a mix of cloth and disposable. This way you can feel good about the environment and saving some money – but are also being realistic about how much time and energy you have. We think the ideal is to use cloth at home and disposables at night and if you are out and about for long...

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