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fluffy_mummy wrote:I had the same issue with bumgenious re: the red marks, so I switched Tots Bots Easyfits are very slim and absorbant, but because they are bamboo they may take longer to dry than you need. I don't tumble dry and I don't find it an issue. though. Quick drying fabrics would be microfibre which is synthetic, so may not be the answer. Bamboo is obviously natural, though, so aren't stay dry, so you may want to use fleece (or similar) liners. My daughter is 18 months and tall and skinny, and I find they fit the best out of all the nappies we use. They are the nappies that my husband and in-laws etc reach for first. And the prints are lush -
I think if you want slim and absorbant, I'd go with something like the TB and get a few more so the drying time isn't an issue (P.S. the 5 pack brights are on bargainbots on ebay right now, v. v. good deal!http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/TotsBots-Easyfit-Bamboo-Brights-5-pack-/270620762906?pt=UK_Baby_Baby_Changing_Nappies_LE )