What other equipment do I need to use reusable nappies?Updated 2 years ago
- Dry Pail
For those times in between washes, we recommend ‘dry pailing’ your reusable nappies, which means rinsing solids from soiled nappies then popping into a ‘dry pail’, which is a storage basket with holes for air flow. A standard laundry basket (with or without a lid) will do the job. Choose plastic rather than metal to avoid rust.
- Reusable Nappy Bag
Wet bags are our number one recommendation for any cloth nappy family. Our wet bags are made with the same waterproof fabric as our nappy shells to make transporting cloth nappies simple and smell-free when you’re out and about. Even better, it has loop to attach to your pram.
- Biodegradable Bamboo Nappy Liners
If you don’t want to touch number twos, our mess-free Biodegradable Bamboo Nappy Liners are great to have at your change table. Simply lay a liner on top of the nappy, peel off at change time to dispose of solids, then pop the liner into your compost, or rubbish bin.
- Clothes line
To hang our reusable nappies to dry you’ll need an outdoor clothes line, or a portable clothes horse. While hanging to dry is our preferred (environmentally friendly) choice, our reusable nappies can also be gently tumble dried.
What are nappy boosters, and how and when do you use them?
A Reusable Nappy Booster is an absorbent pad you can add to your Reusable Nappy to provide additional protection when you need to wait longer between change times, or overnight. It’s made from several absorbent layers of Microfibre Terry encased in super soft Polybrush fabric.
What are bamboo nappy liners, and how and when do you use them?
If you don’t want to touch number twos, our mess-free Biodegradable Bamboo Nappy Liners are great to have at your change table. Simply lay a liner on top of the nappy to catch solids, then peel off, drop poo in the loo and dispose of liner in your compost bin, or rubbish bin.