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littlesez wrote:yes i would def flick or shake of any solid poo down the toilet first, but anything runny or sticky i would do a cold rinse like pp's have already said.
OH yes and if you get any stains you can "sun them out" this is a fab clothy trick. Put the nappies out in the sun or even on a windowsill and the sun bleaches out poo stains
Oooh, lovely tip, thanks!
What nappies have you got so far?
lisi wrote: Talk to people on the forum... everyone has a useful experience to share!!!
red_dwarf wrote:Im still a newbie like you ( bubs is due 20th feb ) but I have been on here a while as these ladies are extremly adictive to talk to
Wetbags - Monkey foot wetbags are the ones that most ppl on here recomend. I have bought a large for dirty nappies out and about, and some small for my wipes
Wipes - I really like Luscious little somethings (lls) You can pick the size, and the fabrics, and the colours you want and they are all made by a wonderfull Work At Home Mum (WHAM) And they are cheeper than cheeky wipes and other mass produced ones as well
Wipe solution - I havent used any of this yet as dont have a bum to try it on But Sheepish grins was recomended on here. It is cheeper than some others, and it smells just like baby powder.