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    Has anyone ever tried using a nappy wrapper with cloth nappies??? Did it work, or do you think it could work?

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    Default Nappy Wrappers (with cloth)

    Just a thought but using the plastic to wrap the nappies would kind of defeat some of purposes of using cloth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    Just a thought but using the plastic to wrap the nappies would kind of defeat some of purposes of using cloth.
    Probably, but would it work?

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    Default Nappy Wrappers (with cloth)

    If its smell you're worried about maybe invest in a bunch of wet bags?

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    Default Nappy Wrappers (with cloth)

    Not really tbh. Pretty pointless as you'd have to open them up. They could also harbour mould/mildew as they're not airing out like they should?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    If its smell you're worried about maybe invest in a bunch of wet bags?
    This is a hypothetical question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenhorn View Post
    Not really tbh. Pretty pointless as you'd have to open them up. They could also harbour mould/mildew as they're not airing out like they should?
    Here's the deal I have a friend who uses flats (including soaking etc), I have a nappy wrapper I've never even opened that I am wondering may be an easier option (she's not interested in MCN or dry pailing) for her.


 

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