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juboo752 wrote:You'll probably find that if you use wool or fleece that the nappy wouldn't be as wet as they are breathable where as PUL isn't. However Bedbugs are not the most absorbant night nappy and you'll probably find that you need to add extra boosting or try a different sort of night nappy perhaps without mocro-fibre in it.
Emma1977 wrote::shock: didn't think of adding a fleece liner even tho I have them and I know that fleece stays drier against the skin
Will def give that a go.
Also I know this might be a daft question but gonna ask anyway: is there a difference between fleece soakers and fleece wraps? I've read that not all fleece wraps are ideal for night-time as they don't completely stop pee from soaking into clothes. Is this true? If not what fleece wraps make good night-time wraps?
twinkletot wrote:Soakers have an extra layer sewn into them in the wetzone. They have always been very reliable for me. I found WN fleece wraps are very good for night time too. I never found ds wet in the am if he wore one ( same with soakers).
I also agree with what Julie said about bedbugs.