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Re: Newborn nappies

Postby nuttymumto5 » Sat Mar 28, 2015 11:50 pm

Hi,
Yes I do. The wool covers are £5 each. I have weighed the parcel with and without the covers and the postage cost would remain at £3 with myhermes or £4 if you would like it to be signed for. Either way the parcel would be insured.
Many thanks
Nancy

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Re: Newborn nappies

Postby addiesmummy » Sun Mar 29, 2015 8:02 am

Ok great thanks I will go for the £3 option postage if the nappies are still covered if they go missing.
Can I just ask how the wool wraps work as I never used them for my daughter, I just stuck to the weenotions/Totsbots wraps. Like the look and sound of the wool though and would like to try them for my baby boy who is due in July.
How often do you wash them and how? I have also heard about lonolizing too. Is this straightforward to do?
Also what weight range do both wool covers fit?
Thanks for your help
Nina x

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Re: Newborn nappies

Postby nuttymumto5 » Sun Mar 29, 2015 9:45 am

Hi,
No problems. I will pm you my paypal details. As for lanolising and caring for wool covers, I use a ready made preparation made by this lady. www.littlepants.co.uk. It is 1000 times easier than trying to get the mixture right using solid lanolin. She sells it in mini sachets and also in a bigger bottle. If I can find a tiny bottle to put some in to give you I will do, as it lasts FOREVER. You only need to shake it well and use 1ml. It is a really simple process though. You add the mixture to warm water so that it disperses, put the pants in and squeeze the liquid into the fibres. Leave them there overnight, gently squeeze out the majority of the liquid and then lay the pants flat inbetween a towel and pat them to remove as much of the liquid as possible whilst protecting the fibres. Repeat this about 3 times, drying them inbetween each application (not inside the towel). They will then be ready to use. After the initial set up it is really easy. Unless the cover is soiled, you just take it off, air dry it and then use it again. Wool is naturally antibacterial so as long as it smells ok after airing, then it is ok to reuse. Smelly covers and leaky covers are a sign that they need re-lanolising (only once). As a rule of thumb, I found that it is about every 2 weeks or so but it depends on the cover and the childs' urine. Give them a gentle hand wash and then repeat the lanolising process. This is how I did it but have a hunt around the internet, on here or on little pants website and there is loads of varying information. What works for one might not work for another. I would use the initial process with both of these pants. The yellow have never been used and the blue came to me lightly used - other than a bit of label fading they are very fresh (they are an excellent brand) and you probably wouldn't know they had been used. I have never used them though, so I don't know when they were last lanolised as I just washed them on receipt. I had so many covers (wool and otherwise) that I haven't been able to use everything.
I hope that helps - sorry to be so long winded.
Thanks
Nancy

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Re: Newborn nappies

Postby py822 » Sun Jul 19, 2015 10:16 am

Hi could I please buy the remaining kissaluvs newborn? Do these require a wrap?

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Re: Newborn nappies

Postby nuttymumto5 » Tue Jul 21, 2015 2:10 pm

Hi,
Sorry, the only newborn nappies that I have left are the 4 x natural coloured tots bots bamboozle stretch nappies. These are fabulous and do require separate covers of which I have all sorts of colours - one of which is a size 1 red tots bots fleece cover which will make a nice set with the 4 bamboozles as the cover can be reused many times before needing to be washed.
Thanks
Nancy

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