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    I used to use a wool soaker over dd's disposable nappies at night too (I used disposables on dd full time as a newborn as she was a tiny bubs) as extra protection from leaks. There's lots of hand made ones on eBay.

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    Ohhhh sounds like I need some of those!!!

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    I stay away from wool. I ruined a beautiful wool blanket ds' grandmother got him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tickle View Post
    Hey, ScubaGal! It's basically a cover. You lanolise it and I use them with most of my fitted nappies, especially at night. I've never, ever had a leak using this combination because of the properties of wool and its ability to hold the moisture in. You find that once a nappy with a PUL exterior is full is wicks at the sides, but this never happens with wool. You also don't have to wash them very often, so they are awesome! When my DS gets older I will have my MIL knit up some shorties (knitted shorts) and some longies (knitted long pants), so even in winter you don't need any additional pants and they are super cute!

    I think I've gone on about them long enough! I like wool, just a bit.
    Where did you buy it from?

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    Where did you buy it from?
    I got that one from Sustainable Hemp Products.

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    I've recently gotten into wool soakers too. Totally love them.

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    I'm a fleece soaker lover, because I can just throw them in the wash with the nappies & don't have to lanolise. I'm lazy like that 😂

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    How big are everyone's stashes? Do you keep your smalls for your next Bub or do you sell and get a new stash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How big are everyone's stashes? Do you keep your smalls for your next Bub or do you sell and get a new stash?
    I have a huuuge stash haha. I counted 70 before DD was born & I've definitely bought plenty more since then! Keeping them for the next bub is how I justify it - I've put all my smalls into space bags. I'm not too worried about the elastic deteriorating since I know my way around a sewing machine & could probably have a go at replacing them myself.

    Some of my smalls are old itti prints and things that I couldn't bring myself to let go of until I really had to!
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