I was just wondering if anyone uses itti bitti cloth nappies? If so, which detergent do you use to wash them in? Apparently you need a detergent with no enzymes?
I have just ordered some bitti tuttos and am very excited to get them!
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14-02-2012 10:32 #1
Itti Bitti cloth nappies
14-02-2012 10:35 #2Senior Member
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I love itti bittis! I use tuttos and snap in d'lish. They are both great but the d'lish are a bit trimmer. I use Eco store washing powder and have never had any problems. All stains come out in the sun.
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14-02-2012 11:06 #3Senior Member
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Love the Ittis!
We have D'lish. Bub is only 5 weeks old and fits straight into mediums and larges. I've sold all my smalls. I don't care that they give her a bubble-butt look, I like it
We've never had any problems with them at all.
I wash them with all of our clothes- with only half the amount of powder normally used, then hang them in the sun to kill the germs and fade the stains- they've always come up clean.
Haven't tried the Tuttos, was going to, but there's no need since she fits in large.
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14-02-2012 11:44 #4Senior Member
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They have a sale today too! Spend $100 and get a free itti bitti tutto nappy. Click on the Share the Love link on their page to get freebie.
I was planning to wait till bubs comes to buy any AIOs or AI2s but thought this was too good a deal to pass up (all my friends rave about these MCNs). Bought 2 x delish (1 sml, 1 med) and 1 tutto + 1 free.
14-02-2012 17:37 #5
My friends have raved about them too. I also bought my tuttos in the sale and got a free tutto and blankee! I'm glad to hear you all like itti bitti. My son is 3 weeks old and weighs over 5 kilos and is in between disposable nappy sizes. I'm sick of them leaking! That's why I've decided to go cloth!!
14-02-2012 17:37 #6
Sorry he's 4 weeks old (typo) lol
14-02-2012 17:59 #7
I have been using Tuttos for two years on my two boys. I only wash with a detergent once a month. The rest of the time I just use plain cold water. No smells, absorbency is still great. In fact my Tuttos are still in amazing condition. When I do use detergent I use Eco store soaker with washing soda.
14-02-2012 18:25 #8
I use tuttos on my twin girls, we also have some d'lish but I prefer the tuttos. I just wash once (no detergent) and rewash we either soap nuts and a drop of essential oil or a small amount of detergent. No issues with build up here.
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