Minky nappies can be a great choice for your baby. But what is it that makes them different to other types of cloth nappies? Why should you consider them? Great reasons for using Minky Nappies The fabric is lovely and soft, they feel great against your babies skin. Being a polyester fabric, they are easy to look after and care for. Our range includes some… Read More »Why choose Minky nappies?
Cloth nappy terms
There are lots of terms and words using in the world of cloth nappies, which can get a bit confusing. Here’s our guide to some of the cloth nappy terms that you might come across.
One size fits most cloth nappies can be a great choice for your baby. Once you have made the initial purchase, you won’t need to buy more nappies. They will grow with your baby, saving you money. What are the best types to try? How do you know if they are the right choice for your little one? Read on to learn more. How do… Read More »One size fits most cloth nappies
Sized nappy covers have lots of advantages over the one size fits most covers on the market. While our covers might look simple and basic, they actually have lots of features that make them a great choice. Sized nappy covers v OSFM covers As much as I love our one size fits most covers and believe me, I do, there are some great advantages to… Read More »Sized nappy covers
Why do my cloth nappies rustle? Usually, cloth nappies shouldn’t make any sounds, but sometimes you might find that some of them begin to make a rustling noise like a plastic carrier bag being scrunched up. But what causes this odd sound? Is it something to worry about? How can you avoid it? Rustling cloth nappies With any luck, rustling cloth nappies is something that… Read More »Why do my cloth nappies rustle?
What are liners for? Liners for cloth nappies are not an essential part of using cloth nappies, but they do have advantages. Here is a look at the different options available to help you choose the right ones for your baby. Some times people seem to get a little confused between a cloth nappy liner and an insert. I’ll start off by explaining what each… Read More »Liners for cloth nappies
What are OSFM nappies? You have probably come across this term when looking into cloth nappies, but what does it actually mean? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this type of nappy? What are OSFM nappies? OSFM stands for one size fits most. This means that these types of cloth nappies will fit most babies, no matter how young or old they are. There… Read More »What are OSFM nappies?
Double gussets is something that you might come across when looking into cloth nappies, but what exactly are they and why should you want them? What are double gussets? A double gusset on a cloth nappy is basically two elasticated areas on each leg in the crotch area. In some nappies, this is built into the inner of the nappy itself and in others, such… Read More »Do your nappies have double gussets?
There are lots of terms and expressions that are used when taking about cloth nappies. You might find that you are confused about some of the cloth nappy terms that you come across. Here’s our simple guide to help you get your head around them all. Cloth nappy terms AIO; All in one, this is a nappy where the waterproof cover and the absorbent inner… Read More »Confused about cloth nappy terms?
The first time that I ever heard the term pocket nappy, I assumed that it meant a small nappy that you could keep in your pocket. I soon discovered that this wasn’t the case. What is a pocket nappy? Here’s our guide to what makes a cloth nappy a pocket nappy. Cloth nappy types You might be forgiven for thinking that there are disposable nappies… Read More »What is a pocket nappy?
Deciding which cloth nappy is the right cloth nappy for you, can be a bit of tricky business. When I first started using cloth on my oldest baby, I honestly (and lets face it, pretty naively) thought that I’d just go to a shop or online store and buy some “cloth nappies” and that would be the end of it. If anything, since then, things… Read More »Which cloth nappy?