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September 8, 2012

Australian Cloth Nappies: 10 Helpful Resources


Win Australian Cloth Nappies

Looking For Australian Modern Cloth Nappies?

Check out the articles and resources about cloth nappies in Australia found here on My Green Nappy:

  1. Become a fan of the many cloth nappy shops on facebook for cloth nappy specials and nappy sales: Australian Modern Cloth Nappies on Facebook
  2. Here are 7 reasons why doing Elimination Communication with Australian Cloth Nappies is GREAT: Why Combine Modern Cloth Nappies With Elimination Communication?
  3. My first Press Release: My Green Nappy Announces Australian Cloth Nappies Giveaway Event To Promote Green Nappy Revolution
  4. Simple; Getting started part time with Cloth Nappies made in Australia: Australian Cloth Nappies. Need Some Advice And Help Getting Started With Modern Cloth Nappies? How To Start Part Time With A Mini Stash…
  5. My new opportunity to have more cloth nappy giveaways on My Green Nappy: Australian Cloth Nappy Giveaways: Let Us Help Promote Your Nappy!
  6. Australian Cloth Nappies Helping the World: Nappies on a Mission: Donate Your Used Cloth Nappies to Those in Need.
  7. Australian Cloth Nappy Shop Owners Recommend: What Do You Recommend As Your Favourite OSFM or OSFA Modern Cloth Nappy?
  8. Helping Mums with their Aussie Cloth Nappy Stash: Washing Nappies HELP! Tips for Washing My *Brand New* Australian Cloth Nappies?
  9. Modern Cloth Nappies last and last; a disposable is used but one and tossed away: Australian Cloth Nappies. How Long Do You Expect a Modern Cloth Nappy To Last?
  10. Helpful tips for washing your Aussie cloth nappies: Washing Modern Cloth Nappies: 3 Important Points when washing Australian Cloth Nappies…

 

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January 26, 2012

Best Reusable Nappies – What Modern Cloth Nappy Brands are the Best to Use?

baby instructionsBest Reusable Nappies – What MCN Brands are the Best to Use?

Our Nappy Experts Share What Their Own Favourite Brand of Washable Nappy is at the Moment…

With so many nappy brands available, from WAHM made in homes, to commercially produced overseas, you just know there is a nappy brand out there that is right for your baby. In fact, there are probably HEAPS of brands that would suit your baby! What nappy brand do you choose? This article asks Our Nappy Experts which brand is their favourite at the moment – it may be their own, the most popular one at their site lately, or the latest improvement on a design, even the prettiest print or softest fabric…

Our Nappy Experts are invited to contribute to these cooperative questions so that you get a range of informative and experienced responses about the topic. Enjoy and discover something new, and share with us in the comment box below.

Let’s see what our MCN shop owners recommend: What is your favourite nappy brand right now?

Emma from Wrap ‘Em (closed) recommends:

We’ve always loved Baby BeeHinds…

Kendall from Australian Baby Supplies recommends:

The type of nappy I like constantly changes. At the moment I’m very busy so I like the Itti Bitti AIO as I don’t need to put anything together.

Melissa from Little Para Pants recommends:

Little Para Pants – I’m a little biased. 😉

Nyree from Kodomo recommends:

Omaiki – I didn’t like OSFM nappies until I tried their AIO and now I am a total convert. They are trim, absorbent, really easy to use and also very cute, I love the logo on the bum!

Charndra from Part Time Nappy Free recommends:

I don’t sell nappies at my site, in fact help interested folks (and amenable babies) to reduce their overall use of nappies, but must say I love our Krap Katchers Night Nappy, made by Nicole. It is awesome, NEVER leaks, is pretty (it was a semi-custom made nappy) and easy to use. I stuff it with whatever is around actually… terry towelling nappies, inserts from other nappies, even flannels. It is a ‘Stuff ‘Em Silly’ nappy. Having not needed night nappies with my first son, using nappies at night with son #2, who wears an orthotic brace at nights and so wears a night nappy, exploring night time nappies is something that has become of interest to me, LOL.

– Our Nappy Experts –
Discover Expert Advice About The Modern Cloth Nappy – Information About Modern Cloth Nappies – Advice About Frequently Asked Cloth ‘Newbie’ Questions – Lots of Tips and Tricks to Help You With Your Reusable Nappies – Learn From the Experts in Cloth Nappies –

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Our Comment Question is about YOUR favourite brands of cloth nappy:

What is your current favourite MCN? Leave your recommendation in the comment box below.

– Charndra

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November 14, 2010

What was your first cloth nappy and what did you like about it?

Spring Green Promise Nappy Sponsors – Congo Advice #4

The Sponsors of the Spring Green Promise Nappies are your Nappy Doulas for this series of ‘Congo Questions’.

All Spring Sponsors were invited to contribute their expertise. Each donated a special cloth nappy as a giveaway prize to become an ambassador for ‘Nappy Change’ as it stops a disposable heading to landfill each time it is worn. This seasonal giveaway strives to reach 100 donated nappies in a future round, and you can register at any time to play. You can enter into the draw for one nappy, or all of them!

What was your first cloth nappy and what did you like about it?

I’m pleased to have contributions from a number of your Green Promise Nappy Sponsors included in this article. I’d like to thank them for their time and for sharing their experience to help you make the most of your green nappies! We have Louise from Nip Naps, Katerina from Twinkle Lily, Rebecca from Bean Sprout Bubba, Yoland from Bumbino, Nyssa from Snow Pea Nappies, Amy and Nat from Little Diamond Bums and Liz of Real Nappies NZ.

Let’s see what your nappy doula’s did when getting started with cloth nappies:

Louise from Nip Naps:

Mother-ease one size with air flow cover – it just fit so beautifully compared to the terry squares and made him look sooooo cute! It’s still my favourite nappy!

Katerina from Twinkle Lily:

My first cloth nappy was a BabyBeehinds, reliable, affordable and a well known brand.

Michelle from Sustainable Hemp Products:

A terry flat (we are talking 17 years ago here when the dinosaurs walked the earth.) It was cheap, and good for the environment even though bulky at first on bub.

Rebecca from Bean Sprout Bubba:

My first cloth nappy were muslin and terry flats.

I liked terry flats for their absorbancy and quick dryness, these were sufficient for the newborn stage.

I liked muslin flats for their softness on newborn skin.

Yoland from Bumbino:

I was a new mum when I was in my twenties and again recently in my forties. When my first two children were little, disposable nappies were not widely used. Cloth nappies were the norm and there was not much choice at all in cloth nappies. My first cloth nappies were the simple towelling squares, fastened with pins. A pair of “fluffies” or sometimes plastic pants were worn over the top. What did I like about them? Ummm…nothing is coming to mind!

Nyssa from Snow Pea Nappies:

The first MCN I ever bought was a BumGenius version 3, I loved that it was adjustable so I wouldn’t have to keep bying bigger sizes, that it was waterproof so no need for covers, and that it was nice and slim fitting while still being very absorbent.

Amy and Nat from Little Diamond Bums:

Amy: My first cloth nappy was a pocket nappy and I liked it because it was one size, easy for hubby to use and a very cute print.

Nat: My first nappy was a small prefold with a cover. I love the prefold because it dried so quickly but when I discovered all the other types of nappies such as prints and oSFM my addition took hold!!

Liz of Real Nappies NZ:

My first nappy was the prefold and cover type – I just could not believe that you no longer had to use huge sheet nappies, pins and plastic pants! What an eye-opener. Of course by then I was hooked to MCN’s and wanted to try the all-in-ones, one-size and pockets. Although the others I tried were good, I still kept on coming back to my prefold and cover nappies, I love the fact they are cotton, simple to use, the most cost effective and of course the most effective for us! Plus they are backed by a unique 2-child guarante whereby they are replaced if they fail… well you can’t ask for more than that!

The question for you is easy: What cloth nappy did you start with?

– Your Nappy Doulas –

This is part of a regular series of articles that offer you an insight into the beliefs, concerns, knowledge and wisdom of mums making and selling modern cloth nappies in Australia and New Zealand.

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