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Changing a Cloth Nappy
Putting on a cloth nappy is a little different to putting on a disposable nappy. Members of the chat group swear by this video -even those who have been using cloth nappies for a while have picked up some tips. Well worth a watch. The main pointers:  place ...

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2 part systems
Hybrid 2 part systems  (Eg. Gnappies, Best Bottoms, Grovia Hybrid.)  You reuse the outer shell several times and only need to change the insert - as long as it's just wet. With a flip you slide the insert into place, with best bottoms there's a popper and y...

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Fitted nappies and wraps  - two part system which tends to be very absorbent, but takes longer to put on as you need to get first the nappy and then the wrap on. They also tend to be bulky so they're "going out of fashion" as a daytime option, however they'...

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Prefold Nappies
Set up:  You don't need to do much to set up a flat nappy until you are changing baby's nappy. Inserts and wraps are usually stored in two baskets, drawers or shelves. Change : The prefold is firstly set up and put inside the wrap or secured on baby using a...

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All in One Nappies
Set up: You don't need to do much to set up an All-in-one nappy. Everything is always attached and connected as it should be. Some brands have a flap that is attached but needs to be put into a pocket. You can add additional boosters and some have the optio...

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Pocket Nappies! Which brands do you love?

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