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Louise
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Re: Heavy wetter

Postby Louise » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:09 pm

I really think you should get some more wool too, it really will make a difference using a soaker/longies rather than a PUL wrap.

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Re: Heavy wetter

Postby megansmummy » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:09 pm

Louise wrote:I really think you should get some more wool too, it really will make a difference using a soaker/longies rather than a PUL wrap.


WSS our nappies last much longer under wool than under a PUL wrap...for sure!! (especially at night!) :wink:

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Re: Heavy wetter

Postby lazylexis » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:16 pm

nappynutter wrote:Do you mean they leak after a couple of hours or just that the nappies are very wet? What wraps are you using?

wraps - mixture of nature babies. rikkis, airflow, WN. Nappies leak sometimes, wraps are usually wet on the inside rather than damp and nappies are totally soaking. we get more leaks with airflow and nature babies
am trying to build up my wool stash but dh is v fussy about colours!!

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Re: Heavy wetter

Postby Kirstyh » Tue Oct 13, 2009 4:45 pm

I would say more wool as well. We never use any wraps at all I just don't like them. I changed Gracie every 2-3 hours and unless she is having an extended nap I wouldn't leave her any longer than that apart from night ofcourse. For nights we use BBH's which are great and FFN's which are also great, only ever damp on the outside but that is under either fleece or wool. xx

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