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November 1, 2012

Australian Cloth Nappies: Help! Don’t Know Where To Start? How About The Mini Stash…

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Australian Cloth Nappies: Help! Don’t Know Where To Start? How About The Mini Stash…

How Part Time Cloth Nappies Saves Money and is an Easy Way to Convert From Disposables to the Modern Cloth Nappy…

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Modern Cloth Nappy Newbie Help! Don’t Know Where To Start? How About The Mini Stash… 

Angie from Piggy Tails Nappies:

If you don’t know where to start…try one of everything! Cloth nappies work differently for different babies and you have to buy what suits you (not what has the highest rating score or what your sister bought). The only way you will find out what suits you is by trying one of each type of nappy.

If you are not sure what you need, we recommend that you purchase a package that has at least one of the following:

  • a pocket nappy. Try Green Kids’ Anytimes nappies.
  • a fitted nappy. Try Itti Bitti D’Lish.
  • a one size nappy. Try Cushie Tushies, Grovia Hybrid, Bitti Tutto or Ones&Twos.
  • an all in one (AIO) nappy. Try Tots Bots Easyfit or the GroVia AIO;
  • a snap in one (SIO) nappy. Try the GroVia Hybrid.

You might also want to purchase a wet bag for storing nappies when you are out and about.
See our “New to Cloth – One of Everything” pack in our Nappy Packages section of our website). Our pack has one of each of the above types of nappies in it. We have selected the best selling nappies from each category to take the guess work out of it for our customers.

Buying a pack from a retailer (rather than the manufacturer directly) is the best way to go as you will save on postage because you can buy all the nappies in one spot. A retailer will also be able to provide you with unbiased opinions on what works for them and what sells best so having a chat to a retailer is also a good idea.

Lara from Extremely Nappies (closed):

Just get 3 or 5 to start with, so you can use them all in one day, wash them that night, and they’re ready again tomorrow (go for quick to dry nappies, like pockets).  You’ll get a good idea quicker if you have a full day in cloth.

I’m always happy to answer your questions personally, even if you use a different brand.

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

If you’re new to cloth nappies, then a mini stash is a great way to start.  It gives you chance to build up your collection slowly, finding out what works for you and your baby, and means that you aren’t spending a lot of money all at once.  Try out a few different styles and brands, maybe buying second hand to begin with, until you find what really works for you.  Try using the nappies at home to begin with, and then build up to using them full time over time.

Melissa from Little Para Pants:

When my last baby was born we started out with disposables.  After a week or two, I started using MCN just at home, during the day.  When I ran out of the cloth nappies, I’d use disposables again until the cloth nappies were washed & dry.  Slowly over time I was able to find enough time to sew more nappies till we had a big enough stash to switch over completely.

Susan from Nifty Naps:

If you want easy I would go for an AI1 (all in one) or an AI2 (all in two)  – that way you change the whole system when it comes to changing. Then you can move onto the other types out there once you are more aware of whats available.

Melanie & Diana from Bodeo:

A mini stash is a great way to begin using cloth!

Start by choosing a few different styles of nappies you think you’d be interested in using, trial packs are a great option for this. Once you have compiled a small stash of 6-8 nappies and given them a couple of pre-washes, allocate one day in your week to be a Cloth Day. 6-8 nappies should be enough for the day, and then you can wash that night.

If you don’t feel like 8 nappies is enough for a whole load of washing, give the nappies a good rinse and throw them in with your other washing, avoid using fabric softeners. You might like to continue doing this for a little while until you feel comfortable using cloth full time, or you may just want to use cloth when at home.

Once you have more experience using the nappies you have, you are able to confidently add more nappies to your stash using the styles & systems you prefer.

Nat and Amy from Little Diamond Bums (closed):

If switching to cloth a ‘mini stash’ is a great way to trial a few nappies styles to see which one you find yourself impatiently watching to dry so you can pop it back on your babies bottom.  It is also a great way to ease yourself into using cloth nappies. Whether you start using them at home during the day and then when you’re feeling more confident using them out and about/ during the night, add more to your stash to go ‘full time’.

Jodi from MCN Lovers R Us:

Its great to try a mix of different brands and nappy styles but the best advice is shop to your budget. 5-10 nappies is a great place to start part time just to try things out. (Even if you decide to never go full time using 5-10 cloth nappies each week makes a difference.) Think about what is important to you in a nappy, do you want something that dries quickly, something that you won’t need to put together after washing before its ready to use, something made of all natural fibres, something to fit for a long time? Talk to other nappy users and get their opinions of what works for them and an explanation of whats what in the nappy world – there are heaps of pages online where you can connect to the nappy community, I know because I run one of them! The nappy world can be a little confusing but its also a pretty friendly place and all MCN lovers/users love to share the love of cloth!

Erin from Rascal Rumps:

Using cloth doesn’t have to be all or nothing, you can use a combination of cloth and disposable. Starting with a mini stash will mean you have less outlay in the beginning and you can get a feel for whether cloth nappying is something that you can be comfortable with.

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June 20, 2012

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May 20, 2012

Need Modern Cloth Nappy Help? Discover The Best Expert Cloth Nappy Advice…

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Discover More Expert Washable Cloth Nappy Advice…Expert Modern Cloth Nappy Help and Tips are Shared Twice Weekly in Questions and Answers about Modern Cloth Nappies.

Our Nappy Experts are invited to contribute to common cloth nappy FAQ, and respond to these ‘cooperative questions’ so that you get a range of informative and experienced responses about the MCN topic. Enjoy and discover something new…

If you have an urgent Cloth Nappy Question that isn’t covered in our MCN Information so far, let us know below in the comment box.

Provide full information about your troubles, and I can ask our panel of nappy experts and compile it into a new article to help both you and other Mums with a similar MCN problem. Just Ask!

 

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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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Charndra


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April 20, 2012

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Discover More Expert MCN Advice…Expert Modern Cloth Nappy Help and Tips are Shared Twice Weekly in Questions and Answers about Modern Cloth Nappies.

Our Nappy Experts are invited to contribute to common cloth nappy FAQ, and respond to these ‘cooperative questions’ so that you get a range of informative and experienced responses about the MCN topic. Enjoy and discover something new…

If you have an urgent Cloth Nappy Question that isn’t covered in our MCN Information so far, let us know below in the comment box.

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March 1, 2012

Reusable Nappies: Top Tips For Using Modern Cloth Nappies In Summer, Or In The Tropics

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Reusable Nappies: Using Modern Cloth Nappies In Summer and In The Tropics

Discover Our Nappy Experts’ Top Tips For Using Modern Cloth Nappies During Hot or Steamy Weather…

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. This is MCN advice from a series by the Autumn 2011 sponsors of the Green Promise Nappy Event.

Let’s see what they have to say about our mcn question:

Reusable Nappies: What are Some Top Tips For Using Modern Cloth Nappies In Summer, Or In The Tropics?

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

In very hot weather, some people worry that having a bulky cloth nappy, might make a baby too hot.  On the whole though, cloth nappies tend to be cooler, than a plastic wrapped disposable nappy.  Where possible, using natural fibres helps to regulate temperatures, while some of the very thin, modern, synthetic fabrics that are available are great for ensuring that there isn’t lots of hot, bulky material in the area.  A really hot day is a great chance for some nappy off time though, letting a bit of air get to a part of your babies body that’s usually covered.

Fiona from Darlings Downunder:

We asked our customers this question, as we’d had queries from mums concerned with sweaty bottoms as well as drying nappies in areas of high rainfall & humidity. We got a great variety of responses from parents with tropical experience which we posted on our blog here.

Melanie & Diana of Bodeo:

Summer is the perfect season for cloth nappying! Nappies are at times dry in a matter of hours in the summer sun, and there is no need to hide those delicious prints under clothes. If you are using a fitted nappy, summer is the time to leave the cover off and change when the outside is damp to increase airflow and allow those little butts time to breath.

Misty from FluffyBuns:

Go with breathable fibres, such as bamboo. These nappies are not waterproof but during the warmer months you won’t be covering up bub with clothes so you will feel when bub is damp. These nappies will allow bubs skin to breathe. Don’t forget that wool covers are the best covers to use all year round as they allow your babies skin to breathe and they help moisture to evaporate.

Jane from Little Bear Bums:

Use cotton or natural fibres as much as you can to allow your baby’s skin to breath. And have naked time too!!

Our Comment Question is about Using Reusable Nappies in the Summer:

Tell us the strategies you use to fend off the issues of a hot baby and steamy weather?

– Charndra

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February 28, 2012

Washable Nappies: Top Tips For Using Cloth Nappies In Winter

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Using Cloth Nappies In Winter Is Easy; Just Read On To Discover Our Nappy Experts’ Advice…

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. This is MCN advice from a series by the Autumn 2011 sponsors of the Green Promise Nappy Event.

Let’s see what they have to say about our mcn question:

Washable Nappies: Top Tips For Using Cloth Nappies In Winter?

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

In the winter, it’s a good idea to use natural fibres as much as possible.  Wool for example, as an outer layer is breathable, and helps to regulate your babies temperature.  Even on very cold days, a wet nappy won’t feel cold against your babies skin.

Fiona from Darlings Downunder:

We live in Melbourne, so we can sometimes have issues getting nappies dry without resorting to a dryer (which we do, now and again!). It’s actually not too bad if you’re home most days as nappies dry quite well on a clothes horse in front of the heater or over a vent. If finding drying time is an issue, and your stash is primarily made up of Pockets or All-in-2s, investing in a few extra inserts or boosters can be a great way of stretching your stash. The shells of Pocket and AI2 nappies dry quickly so can be reused fairly soon after washing, if you’ve got extra inserts on hand. If you prefer Fitted or All-in-One nappies, then adding a few extra to your stash (especially those with faster drying microfibre) can be a way of giving your nappies a little more drying time.

Karen from Baby Blossom:

My favourite nappies in winter are pocket nappies or a system where you can separate the cover from your inserts. These nappies dry quicker and are ready to use again.

Melanie & Diana of Bodeo:

Have a mixture of bamboo & polyester nappies in your stash, also nappies that come apart well as it will speed up drying time. AIOs are a great option for an easy to use nappy, but take longer to dry. Nappies hung on a clothes airer that can be moved in front of a sunny window, or any other source of heat will dry in a couple of days.

Misty from FluffyBuns:

Use Pikapu nappies and nappies with microfibre inserts during winter. They dry so much faster than any other material. They man made fibres do tend to build up with washing powders, so using a hot wash with cannesten during winter will keep those stinky smells away.

Jane from Little Bear Bums:

It’s not always easy to get nappies dry in the winter but I would definitely recommend using the sun as much as you can before using the dryer. There’s no shame in using the dryer sometimes, but the sun is the best thing you can use for stains and smells.
I usually put my nappies outside at least for a little while, or in an under covered area, and then finish them off in the dryer on a low setting.

Our Comment Question is about Using Washable Nappies in Winter:

How do you dry your washable nappies in winter while keeping them in good condition?

– Charndra

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February 23, 2012

Reusable Night Nappies: How Many Modern Nappies Will I Need For A Toddler?

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Reusable Night Nappies: How Many Modern Nappies Will I Need For A Toddler?

Toddlers wee more than smaller babies, and may generally sleep longer. Discover How Many Reusable Night Nappies You Should Aim For, and The Best Night Modern Cloth Nappy Brands…

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 they have to say about our Modern Cloth Nappy question:

Reusable Night Nappies: How Many Modern Nappies Will I Need For A Toddler?

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

For night time use, you will need at least 3 nappies; a wash and a wear, and another, just as a back up.  A quick drying nappy that you can boost, such as the Little-ducks toddler night nappy, is ideal, as it can be nice and absorbent, but still quick drying.

Fiona from Darlings Downunder:

How many night nappies you need will depend on your drying capabilities and how often you wash. Night nappies often come apart for faster drying time, but they still take longer than most nappies to dry. If you’re washing and drying every day (throwing the nappy in with the regular washing or hand washing the nappy in the morning), then you could conceivably get away with only one, but two is a much more reasonable minimum, with three being a comfortable number, unless you wish to wash less frequently. We’d usually recommend starting with two or three night nappies and getting extra ones if you find you need them.

Karen from Baby Blossom:

As your baby grows, you will find you need less and less nappies per day. How many you need will still be determined by your baby and how many reusable nappies you can manage to use.

Melanie & Diana of Bodeo:

24 nappies would allow you to wash every 2-3 days, and have dry nappies for the days you are washing. If you have a really heavy wetter and are changing your toddler more frequently, another 6 will have you sorted out!

Misty from FluffyBuns:

3-4, this way you always have a backup one in case they poo right after you put the nappy on, and if there is one wet, you always have one ready.

Jane from Little Bear Bums:

If you are using cloth full time, I would recommend having 4. So you have 2 days worth, and then an extra day for washing day – and when it comes to night nappies, it never hurts to have a spare lying around in case of emergencies / accidents / spills – I’m sure you know what I mean!! And there’s nothing worse than needing to change your baby in the middle of the night and not having what you need on hand!

Our Comment Question is about Reusable Night Nappies:

Tell us which brands of reusable nighttime nappies you think are the best?

Charndra

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Reusable Nappies: How To Use Inserts And Boosters To Prevent Leaks And Extend The Absorption Of Your Baby’s Nappy

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Reusable Nappies: How To Use Inserts And Boosters With Your Modern Cloth Nappy.

Discover How Cloth Nappy Inserts and Cloth Nappy Boosters Can Prevent Leaks and Extend The Absorption Of Your Baby’s Reusable Nappy…

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. This is MCN advice from a series by the Autumn 2011 sponsors of the Green Promise Nappy Event.

Let’s see what they have to say about our mcn question:

Reusable Nappies: How To Use Inserts And Boosters To Prevent Leaks And Extend The Absorption Of Your Baby’s Nappy.

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

One of the key things when using inserts or boosters, is to mix and match the types of fabrics that the pads are made from.  That way you can take advantage of the different properties that they have.  Some pads, such as those made of microfibre absorb liquid quickly, but will also release it if squashed, in the same way a sponge does.  Others, such as hemp, holds large amounts of liquid, and holds onto it well, but is much slower to absorb the water.  Combining qualities such as these, you can have the best of both worlds.

Karen from Baby Blossom:

 

If you need to use extra boosting it is very easy to add extra layers to a nappy. Just check to see if you still have a great fit around the legs to ensure no leaks. If your nappy is leaking and all the boosters are saturated inside your nappy, you can usually just add extra boosters. If you are getting leaks and the nappy is not soaking inside, then you do not have a good fit around the legs or the inserts are not absorbing quickly enough for your baby. Try using a microfiber insert closest to the baby’s bottom, making sure there is a microfleece layer between the skin and insert. Microfibre is a very fast absorbing fabric, where bamboo will hold more liquid.

Melanie & Diana of Bodeo:

Inserts and boosters allow you to adjust where the most absorbent part of the nappy is, and can be tailored to fit your baby perfectly. In the case of a tummy sleeper, you would fold or add boosters to the front of the nappy as this is where most of the moisture will go.

Misty from FluffyBuns:

Make sure that boosters and inserts are not hanging out of the cover or nappy shell if they are this may cause leaks. Extra boosters are needed for night time and for bubs that are heavier wetters. Before purchasing your nappies ask your retailer which nappies they feel would suit your bub. Many retailers (such as ours) will allow you to see them in person and ‘try’ some nappies out to see if they fit.

Our Comment Question is about Modern Cloth Nappy Inserts and Boosters:

What works for you?

– Charndra

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February 21, 2012

Reusable Nappies: How Many Modern Nappies Will I Need To Use Them Part Time With A Crawling Baby?

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Is Your Baby Crawling? Discover How Many Modern Nappies You Will Need To Use Them Part Time…

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. This is MCN advice from a series by the Autumn 2011 sponsors of the Green Promise Nappy Event.

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Reusable Nappies: How Many Modern Nappies Will I Need To Use Them Part Time With A Crawling Baby?

Kelly from Nappy Needz:

You need as many nappies as you are able to wash and dry, without running out.  When only using them part time, this will mean that you need a few less, as you’ll have longer to get them washed and dry again.  Around 10 nappies should be enough to begin with.

Karen from Baby Blossom:

As your baby grows, you will find you need less and less nappies per day. How many you need will still be determined by your baby and how many reusable nappies you can manage to use.

Liz from Hatchlings Cloth Nappies:

Well this is a math question really, and it depends on how heavy a wetter your baby is, how many nappies per day you want to use cloth and how many disposable, what type of cloth nappy you are buying, and how often you want to do washing.
If you want to use most of your day time nappies as cloth, and your bubs is not a super heavy wetter, your cloth nappies have a 3-ish hour absorbency level and you want to wash every second day I would recommend 8 to 12 nappies for part time use – simple, right? 🙂

Kendall from Australian Baby Supplies:

How many nappies you need will depend on how often/how much your baby wets. The number needed for part time will also depend on if you are just using them during the day or if only using them when you are at home. 12 nappies will be enough for most babies if you wash every two days. It is recommended that you wash at least every two days for your nappies to keep in great condition.

Melanie & Diana of Bodeo:

18 nappies would be enough for you to be in cloth most of the day, and be able to wash every second day.

Misty from FluffyBuns:

Part time – 12 nappies, 24 if you don’t want to wash everyday.

Our Comment Question is about Reusable Nappies:

Tell us how you use modern nappies part time?

– Charndra

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February 20, 2012

Need Modern Cloth Nappy Help? Discover The Best Expert Cloth Nappy Advice…

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Discover More Expert MCN Advice…Expert Modern Cloth Nappy Help and Tips are Shared Twice Weekly in Questions and Answers about Modern Cloth Nappies.

Our Nappy Experts are invited to contribute to common cloth nappy FAQ, and respond to these ‘cooperative questions’ so that you get a range of informative and experienced responses about the MCN topic. Enjoy and discover something new…

If you have an urgent Cloth Nappy Question that isn’t covered in our MCN Information so far, let us know below in the comment box.

Provide full information about your troubles, and I can ask our panel of nappy experts and compile it into a new article to help both you and other Mums with a similar MCN problem. Just Ask!

 

This link will take you to the most recent MCN advice from Our Nappy Experts…

 

– 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 –

Discover More from Our Nappy Experts…

Charndra


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