I used it in work on patients ( I'm a veterinary nurse). I bought a bottle home with me when I went on maternity but never had a problem so never used it.
I agree with everyone best to let the air get to the skin and have always had at Least half an hour nappy off time between changes but I've just started back at work and not sure the grandparents are as keen to let their carpet get wee on or may be that my mums new carpet is causing the irritation
Anyway I just found the bottle while clearing out one of her drawers and thought this could be my answer to stopping the disposables on redder days.
I tried some little lamb fleece liners in my pockets and found on changing these were always wet I've not tried the flushable ones yet. I've swopped to itti sio as I love how trim they are but my liners won't fit in these. was I doing something wrong with the liners?? I'm new to the cloth love
And sorry for the long post
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