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    Default Best biodegradable disposable nappies that don't cost the earth?

    Just needing a little help and recommendations on Nappies.
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    Have you looked at Ecoriginals?

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    I've used Pandas by Luvme, Ecoriginals & Naty nappies. They all hold up fairly well but I've only ever used them as a backup for our MCNs (ie not full time) so haven't worried too much about cost. They can be on the exxy side!
    Currently using the Naty ones because they're available at Coles & Woolies (as opposed to the other types only being available online). They're often on special at one or the other, but they're still probably not going to be comparable in price to regular disposables.


 

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