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What material and why

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Soozi
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Re: What material and why

Postby Soozi » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:13 pm

i havent heard of that happening with bamboo, and would second the thought of no dry pail, making sure you rinse out the napppy asap

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Re: What material and why

Postby clarge » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:40 pm

I prefer bamboo - hemp is good but goes stiff so I keep that for boosting my pockets only, and cotton is just no where near absorbent enough for us.... :-)

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Re: What material and why

Postby SusanKP » Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:19 pm

WeeNotions wrote:
SusanKP wrote:Does anyone else have the problem that teething wee eats through the bamboo?

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I've not heard of that happening before, but do you dry pail? If so it may help (and also just in general your nappies will stay in better condition) if you give them a quick rinse in water before you pop them in your bucket :D

Hope that helps.


I use to drypail but I now soak all my boosters (not the shell due to the pul) in just cold water and it seems like it has stopped.

Has anyone used the zorb here?

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Re: What material and why

Postby SusanKP » Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:22 pm

freyasmummy wrote:I don't know what a BG organic OSFM is, but I can recommend the fabrics from EcoEarth. The luxury organic cotton terry is really thick and heavyweight and would make a really absorbent nappy.

http://www.ecoearthfabrics.co.uk/showpr ... ct_id=8531


I am in Australia :)
I cannot find organic cotton terry here at all :(

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