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Cheap fitted that stay soft

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ilovemyoboes
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Re: Cheap fitted that stay soft

Postby ilovemyoboes » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:22 pm

Pockets aren't that reliable for a heavy wetter I don't think. I tend to find that if you overstuff them then the wee just comes out of gaps at the legs :( . My most reliable pockets are an upsy daisy and a (cheap) babyland!

I use totsbots bamboozles with nature babies wraps and they work very well. I add little lamb size 1 bamboo boosters, which aren't too expensive at £12 for 10 on ebay (cheapest I've found for bamboo). Make sure you wash the bamboo a few times before using. Bamboo anything should stay soft without using a dryer. If you can line dry outside then do as that helps. Also have one easy peasy bambeasy which is bamboo with a fleece lining. Also reliable, but bulkier than the bamboozles.

Apart from that, the most reliable AIO types I have are bamboo pop-ins from close parent or itti bittis. The latter can leak if you use too many inserts. Pop-ins are great, but not that cheap. Keep an eye out on here. I wouldn't recommend the micro-fibre dream-dri version for a heavy wetter; they only last an hour on my 16m old!

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malina
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Re: Cheap fitted that stay soft

Postby malina » Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:47 pm

LL bamboo:) BUt they are a low rise and kind of massive;) I got couple and love them anyway.
bitti boo are still soft (got them for about 3months now), still soft, but so tiny.

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fivefourfour
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Re: Cheap fitted that stay soft

Postby fivefourfour » Mon Sep 06, 2010 4:15 pm

I would stay to stick to fitteds. TB fluffles stay lovely and soft, as do bamboozles. The new stretchy bamboo is awesome, and good as a BTP if necessary. The new TB wraps come in the same pattern as the v2 easyfits, and are well worth a look. The fluffles have a little pocket so can be further boosted as required.

For AIO/pockets, I would go for something like easyfits or pop ins so they can seperate easily for drying, then you won't need to buy so many.

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greenferret
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Re: Cheap fitted that stay soft

Postby greenferret » Mon Sep 06, 2010 8:47 pm

I am really liking my tots bots stretchies at the moment :wink:

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