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    Default Cloth nappy reviews please

    I have some itti and itty bitty bums cloth nappies but I'm looking at some other brands. What are good? What are nice and keep bub dry? Not looking for Internet cheapies.

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    I have used pea pods with bamboo inserts and found them great until bub chubbed up around the thighs. Then they no longer fitted correctly. I never bought the next size as I wanted a one size fits most type of nappies.
    I was given some baby land brand nappies (eBay) and find to be fantastic. Would recommend to anyone. Fits well, dry fast and soak up lots!

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    Opps sorry didn't read your post to the end. The baby land ones are china cheapies

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    No worries I have heard of pea pods a lot of women have said they're good I may look them up

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    I used Issy Bear nappies with DD1 and loved them! They're OSFM and come in the most adorable patterns and you can get either velcro or snaps.
    I found them to be reasonably priced and never had an issue with leaks or anything like that. The only downside was at about 9 months DD could rip off the velcro ones, so I switched to snaps.

    The inserts and covers were easy to wash and they didn't even take long to dry in nice weather.

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    I love my hippybottomus, I'm not sure if they're considered to be "internet cheapies" but they're fantastic. They're so soft and now that my daughter has chubbed up (since about 6 months old), we haven't had any leaks at all. With 2 inserts, they easily last 11-12 hours overnight, again with no leaks. However in saying that, my internet cheapies (my little ripple) perform just as well!

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    I have been buying the peapods one size fits all cause I liked the way they adjust through the leg (elastic). I haven't used them yet as bub is due in feb but I liked the way they adjust instead of the way most do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I love my hippybottomus, I'm not sure if they're considered to be "internet cheapies" but they're fantastic. They're so soft and now that my daughter has chubbed up (since about 6 months old), we haven't had any leaks at all. With 2 inserts, they easily last 11-12 hours overnight, again with no leaks. However in saying that, my internet cheapies (my little ripple) perform just as well!
    I've heard of hippybottoms will check them out again

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    Hippybotomus, not hippy bottoms haha

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    I like funkibums


 

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