Waterproof, breathable and washable, with the bonus of being SUPER COMFY for baby. The magic button design makes these nappies fully adjustable to fit newborn right through to toddler. Simply adjust the nappy according to the size you need. From small to medium to large to extra large ALL IN ONE NAPPY. These reusable...
Waterproof, breathable and washable, with the bonus of being SUPER COMFY for baby.
The magic button design makes these nappies fully adjustable to fit newborn right through to toddler. Simply adjust the nappy according to the size you need. From small to medium to large to extra large ALL IN ONE NAPPY.
These reusable modern cloth nappies are great for comfort & leakage prevention. The suede cloth nappies inner lining is soft against your baby's skin, wicks moisture away quickly into the insert, doesn't absorb moisture leaving your baby feeling dry, the double snap wings give your baby a better fit with the added protection of the waterproof belly panel, helping prevent leakages.
Roomy back pocket opening make it super easy to stuff your inserts - giving you access to increase your desired absorbency where it matters the most to you and your baby.
These nappies have a super-fast drying time compared to other nappy types.
Easy snap wings
4 x height / rise settings
Single back pocket
Waterproof PUL outer layer
Soft, quick-drying inner lining
Grows with your baby
Pockets are roomy enough to combine inserts
Recommended weight range is approximately 3kg to 15kg.
Carefully selected materials for maximum comfort and durability.
No hidden nasties, safe for babies sensitive skin and the environment!
This listing is for 5 nappies.
How to wash your reusable nappy
Shake off any solids into the toilet
Remove inserts from nappy pocket
To prevent stains from setting in, rinse the nappy in cold water (with no detergent)
If you are collecting nappies throughout the day to wash in the one main cycle, we recommend storing your nappies in an open "dry pail"
Wash nappies for your pre-wash on a short warm cycle (40 degrees max) & store them in a pail until you are ready for your main wash
Main wash has best results on a long & warm wash cycle (at 40 degrees) - The main wash can be done every few days with nappies that have already been prewashed
Hang to dry or pail dry to ensure an extended lifespan of the nappy. If you must use a tumble dryer (we all get a little desperate sometimes and need clean nappies immediately, we've been there!) - dry on low heat or just on air cycle to preserve the waterproof PUL layer.
Care & extra information
Always wash and dry your nappies before using them for the first time
Multiple inserts can be used to combine absorbency needs
Please note it can take around 6-8 washes for your inserts to reach full absorbency
Outer cover: Waterproof and breathable knit for optimum durability and softness.
Inner cover: Polyester cloth fabric to keep baby comfy and feeling dry, even after wetting.
Our cloth nappy fabrics contain no harmful chemicals.
Benefits of Cloth Nappies
One of the big things that attracts many people to using cloth nappies over disposable nappies is that they are more environmentally friendly. There is a lot more to the benefits of cloth nappies than just being green, though.
1. Less Expensive
On average, a baby goes through around 4,000 nappy changes in their first year of life. If you’re pregnant, that’s probably a pretty intimidating number. Try not to fret though, you’ll get through it one nappy at a time. The really scary thing is the cost of 4,000 nappies a year. By the time your little one has toilet trained, you could have spent over $3,000 on disposable nappies alone. That doesn’t even account for disposable wipes or nappy disposal bags. Cloth nappies on the other hand are much more cost effective. The cost of a full stash of cloth nappies could range from only a few hundred dollars to just under $1,000 depending on what type of cloth nappies you choose and how many you decide to get.
Some people say that the cost of washing the cloth nappies ruins the fact that you save money on the actual nappies. However, even if you calculate in the cost of detergent, electricity, and water, you still only pay maybe around 50 cents a load of cloth nappies, obviously depending on how much water your machine uses and the type of detergent you use. Even if you wash your nappies every other day, which most people don’t, you would still pay less than $100 a year on washing nappies and likely much less than that. So, even if you go all out on buying cloth nappies and have an expensive wash routine, you’ll still probably stay under half of the cost of disposable nappies. Plus, cloth nappies can be reused with each child and even resold once you’re finished with them.
One thing that a lot of mums love about cloth nappies is the way they look. Modern cloth nappies come in a huge variety of colours, styles, and designs. If you can think of it, it’s probably on a cloth nappy somewhere. You can match anything with a cloth nappy. Most people can agree that cloth nappies are much cuter than their disposable paper counterparts.
One thing that many people don’t seem to think about when it comes to cloth nappies is how convenient they can be. With cloth nappies, you never have to worry about running out of nappies. You’ll never be inconvenienced by having to make a late-night run to buy nappies. You’ll also have some security with cloth nappies because the only reoccurring cost is washing them which is very minimal. In other words, if you hit unexpected financial difficulty, you won’t have to struggle to find money for your bub’s nappies.
4. Environmentally Friendly
It’s not the only benefit of cloth nappies, but it’s definitely still important. Disposable nappies are thrown away and end up in a landfill. Considering how many nappies each and every baby that uses disposable nappies goes through, the number can really add up quickly. On top of that, disposable nappies take hundreds of years to decompose. That means if your parents used disposable nappies with you that they will be around long after you and even your children and grandchildren. Finally, the production of disposable nappies is much less energy efficient and uses much more resources than that of cloth nappies.
Debunking Cloth Nappy Myths
There are myths surrounding cloth nappies that make them less desirable for many parents. Many of these myths stem from the truth about how cloth nappies were back when disposable nappies first came about. Cloth nappies have evolved quite a bit recently, though, and many of the myths about cloth nappies are no longer true.
1. Cloth Nappies Are Hard to Change
It’s a common misconception that changing cloth nappies is much more difficult than disposable nappies. The difficulty of changing a cloth nappy depends on what type of cloth nappies you choose. Some cloth nappies may be slightly more complicated than others but some cloth nappies are just as simple and easy to change as disposable nappies are and none of them are terribly difficult once you understand them.
2. Cloth Nappies Are Hard to Clean
One of the most common things that hold people back from using cloth nappies rather than disposable nappies is that they think that they will be difficult or gross to clean. Actually, though, they are very easy to clean. Once you get used to washing nappies and establish a good wash routine, you’ll barely even notice the extra load of laundry, and really, once you’re a mum, what is one extra load of laundry?
3. Cloth Nappies Don’t Work as Well As Disposable Nappies
Some people seem to get the idea that cloth nappies won’t work as well as disposable nappies at holding everything in. The level of absorbency your cloth nappies have will depend on what materials your nappies are made of but if you care for your cloth nappies well and change as often as you should, you shouldn’t experience any leaking issues. Cloth nappies also tend to hold poo in much better than disposables. Many parents that start out with disposable nappies end up switching to cloth nappies and find that they suddenly are no longer experiencing the poo blow outs that they dealt with regularly when their baby was in disposable nappies.
Things to consider:
When you’re out and about, you will want somewhere to store both dry and wet cloth nappies. Wet bags are also help to keep in smells. See our listings for wet bags.
We stock 5 layer bamboo charcoal nappy inserts. Each nappy comes with an insert. Additional inserts can be purchased separately.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS - washing nappies in 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Remove solids into the toilet Store the used cloth nappy in a dry pail/nappy bin until ready to wash. No need to soak.
Step 3: Machine wash Run a long wash cycle 40-60 degrees with detergent every 2-3 days.
Step 3: Hang to dry Air dry nappies or use a clothes dryer.