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Stupid question - What does SIO mean?

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charlibunny
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Re: Stupid question - What does SIO mean?

Postby charlibunny » Mon Jul 11, 2011 5:46 pm

I like them but my babies legs are too skinny. If Stanley poo's we are screwed and the poonami hits town. I had to wash his entire bouncy chair after he pooped wearing one yesterday.
We still use them as I love them :lol:

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Miss_Purple
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Re: Stupid question - What does SIO mean?

Postby Miss_Purple » Mon Jul 11, 2011 8:17 pm

I never found snap ins to work for us - the outer would always be wet as well as the inserts just in the middle part, even though the back and front of the nappy would be dry. I always had to change the whole nappy, so it seemed pointless having an SIO :giggle:

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Re: Stupid question - What does SIO mean?

Postby ellemonkey » Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:10 pm

They have zero containment for poo's but great for wee's, if your like me and have a baby who poo's on clockwork then I can make sure I use them just for wet ones.

I do find the tri fold takes an age to dry, longest was 4 days on an airer.

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clothmama
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Re: Stupid question - What does SIO mean?

Postby clothmama » Tue Jul 12, 2011 2:30 am

No such thing as a stupid question on here :evil: :wink: :giggle:

I hadn't heard that either tbh :oops: :giggle: I can guarantee if one person is wondering there are many others that are and not asking so dont' be :oops: to ask :giggle: :hug:

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