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    Default Snaps vs Velcro

    I'm TTC and while we have money thinking of making a sample stash. Just wondering what do you find lists longer and easier to use?

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    I like snaps. But it's really personal preference

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    I only have snaps so can't give a comparison but I can tell you I HATE Velcro lol. I hate it on bibs so stayed away from it. The snaps are awesome and as she gets older i think will be harder for her to undo herself

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    Snaps. I hate how the Velcro sticks to everything, including inserts in the washing machine.

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    Snaps. DD undoes the Velcro.

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    Snaps. Velcro gets full of fluff after a year or so. Also now DD is 20months, she is undoing the Velcro.

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    Love snaps. Velcro gets too worn and other washing caught on it.

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    Snaps I found the Velcro was too easy for DD to pull off

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    Thank you for all the replies. I'll look into making a snap stash. I got 2 pea pods from mothercare as they are going under for $15 each.

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    and snaps being better than velcro goes for all things baby - bibs, clothes etc.
    as come pp's said, velcro is a pain, it ruins everything else it's washed with. so i'd recommend avoiding velcro wherever possible. good luck!


 

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