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    Default Recommend me a nappy cover

    To cover a flat cloth nappy..thanks!

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    I love Motherease Airflow. A little bit more exxy than others, and not as pretty, but geez they do the job well and still look brand new. Baby Beehind is the other good one, but mine started looking a bit ratty after a short time, and they don't hold the no.3s in quite as well!!

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    Thanks will check them out - Ive got a few BB pul ones from first bub but also found they went a bit ratty and the fir wasnt very good.
    Any more suggestions appreciated

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    Sorry I meant to say the fit wasn't great!
    Also looking at wool covers but read somewhere that they leak?

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    Wool covers are great for night over fitted nappies (I use Kissa's wool cover and have a Disana that's a little too big, and I use these over BBH night and bamboo, as well as Bubblebubs Bamboo Delights), but they do need to be lanolised properly to be water resistant.

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    I checked out the Kissas & the Disana they look lovely & soft. How many wool for night would I need to buy?
    do you not normally use wool covers during the day?
    I also checked out the bubblebubs side snap covers made out of microfleece - do you have these? I would assume they would be quite warm?

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    Both kissas & disana look lovely & soft. How many wool for night would I need to buy?
    do you not normally use wool covers during the day?
    I also checked out the bubblebubs side snap covers made out of microfleece - do you have these? I would assume they would be quite warm?

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    I would just start with one and see how you like it, you can air it during the day and reuse it again the following night, provided I doesn't get poo on it of course. I only need to wash mine every couple of weeks I'm still mostly changing DD part way through the night, and if the cover feels a bit damp, I'll just whack on a PUL cover for the rest of the night.

    Wool aren't good for during the day because of compression leaks (I think). I can imagine they would be good when your littlie starts moving around though.

    Haven't used the Bubblebubs covers but I'm sure they're good - I love their other stuff.

    Are you going to try out any mcns at all or just sticking with flats (be warned, I said I'd only ever use flats and then bought my first mcn...hehe)? I'd highly recommend the motherease liners if you're using flats too; again, they're much more expensive than microfleece, but my DD is a million times dryer when I use these.

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    Hi what are compression leaks?
    Im glad you mentioned only to buy one as I prob would have went crazy and bought a few.
    Yes a flat advocate here - I purchased some beautiful soft bamboo ones and I have some PUL Baby beehinds covers from my first bub too but thats it. The covers are large though so hence my needing ti buy more


 

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