Cloth mama here too! We use mostly bambooty.
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08-05-2015 17:44 #11
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08-05-2015 18:07 #13
No lid here. We get mould if I put the lid on.
08-05-2015 18:13 #14Senior Member
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Yep cloth here too - we use a brand we got from the markets 'fancipants'. They are a cheapy brand but still going strong after 10 months.
We recently had to stop using them overnight as ds is a heavy wetter & mostly sleeps through, but during the day they are great, barely any leaks.
We use a sealed nappy bucket from kmart. We wash every second day & dont have any issues with smell or mold.
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08-05-2015 18:15 #15Senior Member
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08-05-2015 18:18 #16
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I have a nappy bucket with a lid from Target that locks the lid on in case I have to leave it on the floor for a bit (it sits in the laundry sink) so DD can't get in. No smell unless the lid isn't on properly. I wash every second - sometimes third - day and rinse the bucket out with Dettol & leave it out in the sun while the nappies are washing.
ETA: never had mould either
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08-05-2015 18:31 #17
@tickle how funny haha! We used to stuff the pocket bbh as much as possible but still had leaks. No problems so far with the sposies. We did use cloth over night for the first 10 months or so though.
Also we have never had mould in the nappy bucket. Though we don't close the lid completely.
08-05-2015 18:43 #18
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I use bubblebub candies for day use. I tried several brands when dd was younger and I ended up going with them.
I use disposables at night now too- when dd was under a year issy bears worked ok but I was so over the occasional leak and her huge butt struggling to get pj pants over her lol.
I'm obsessed with my cloth nappies I'm sad it's getting colder as they are hidden now
I'm naughty and use the dryer to finish them off if it's been cold - I'll give them a few hours on clothes horse first. I do have enough nappies though to last dd a week though lol. At least I'll save heaps with a baby on the way!!!
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08-05-2015 19:08 #19
I also do a rinse cycle at the start of each wash because I'm using a front loader.
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08-05-2015 19:13 #20
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