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Just been looking through the Cloth nappy section... Trying to get my head around it all :laughing:
Ive seen that newborn probably isn't very appropriate to use Cloth due to the amount of nappies you go through with them.. So just wondering, what age is a good age to start using Cloth?
i've been using cloth since my bub was born, mind you, he wasn't tiny at 4kg but you can get small sized mcns.
i didn't find the amount too much, actually i've found the washing etc. suprisingly easy! he's a pretty good bub though
but it's up to you when you start using cloth!
good luck with everything
I started at about 2 weeks of age, during the day and by about 6 weeks over night as well. I bought 2 boxes of huggies newborn and used about a box and a half.....
i started at birth but had a combination and just gradually used more MCN's once I got the hang of it all
Thanks ladies.. Now to talk DF into it.. hmm :laughing:
I started fulltime cloth at birth and had no problems. My DD was 4kg though, so a smaller bub may be different. A lot of people seem to use prefolds on newborns.
I'm going to start at birth with this bub, but any time is a good time to start :D
Every sposie that isn't in land fill is a bonus!
Whenever you're ready, I think! I started slowly at a few weeks old, just a couple a day and went from there. Still had to build the stash though and find out what worked for us, so it took a little while.
Do it, you'll love it!!:yes:
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