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Tot Bots Fluffle?

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Tot Bots Fluffle?

Postby smegs1978 » Fri Dec 03, 2010 9:53 am

Hi,

I picked up a black bin full of cloth nappies off someone off freegle, most of them i don't think i am going to use as they have gone really hard and look very worn, but there were 3 tot bots fluffle's in there, that still feel really soft. They have a clip in fleece liner. I assume i am going to need to put a wrap on them, but do i need to put any other liner/booster in them?

Thanks in advance.

Shelley.

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Re: Tot Bots Fluffle?

Postby fivefourfour » Fri Dec 03, 2010 10:22 am

Hi, yup, fluffles will need wraps. I never used liners, but we did boost them if we were going in the car/pram for a long time.

The clip in liner you mentioned is actually a microfibre booster, we used it fold it over on ittself and then stuff it in the little pocket (as we have a girl we needed the extra boosting in between the legs).

BTW, give all the nappies a good wash, first in just water and then in asmall amount of detergant, and then let them dry. Then, if you can, give them 15 minutes in the tumble drier (or if not, rub them together) which will soften the pile. Then you can see if they are hard or if it was just they hadn't been used for a while... Do you know what brands the other nappies are?

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Re: Tot Bots Fluffle?

Postby JabberJabber » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:29 pm

fluffy_mummy wrote:BTW, give all the nappies a good wash, first in just water and then in asmall amount of detergant, and then let them dry. Then, if you can, give them 15 minutes in the tumble drier (or if not, rub them together) which will soften the pile. Then you can see if they are hard or if it was just they hadn't been used for a while... Do you know what brands the other nappies are?


I would second what Lucie said on this, as if you could get them into good condition by giving them a bit of TLC, you would save money!


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