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for those who used cloth diapers, is there any good brands of cloth diapers lining that you have used and it good and economical? There are myriad range and brands of lining, like anuka, pigeon, tollyjoy etc..
Can recommend some good ones?
Thanks so much!
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Disposable Diaper /Some people swear by cloth diapers as it is more economical and they claim is able to “breath” better than disposable diapers. For cloth diapers, 24 pieces is good enough for a start. Pigeon brand cloth diapers are quite soft. Annaku brand is more affordable. You can go to neighborhood stores to get less expensive brands.
Nappy linersIf you are using cloth diapers,Pigeon brand liner are good but expensive. Tollyjoy is cheaper.
Are you going to be breastfeeding? If so, I dont't think you need diaper liners yet. I am not sure about formula-fed babies, but breastfed babies' poop are kinda watery, they just kinda seeps thru the diaper liner anyway - no poop collected so to speak. I used piegon nappy liners a few times in the begining then just realised its a waste of money. Maybe can use when the baby is on semi-solids. What I do is I will use another diaper to wrap around baby's butt so that if baby's poop seeps thru, it stains the diaper n not my shirt/pants. But to each his own I guess =) And babies poop & pee so often, I even skipped the diaper cream. Only used them when I use disposible at nights. Bought 1 pack of pigeon diapers (25.90 for 10pcs) & 1 dont know what brand diapers (16.90 for 12pcs) from the neighbourhood store. In comparison, the Pigeon diapers are abit rougher to touch but the cloth dont fray as easily & they kinda stay in shape so its easier to fold.
We preferred the Tollyjoy nappy liner compared to Pigeon cos Tollyjoy ones are bigger and thicker and the length and width of it also fits the nappy better after folding the nappy. Tollyjoy ones also can last a few wash (we 'recycled' the liners if baby did not poop on it).
I dont know which brand to buy in the end gotten pigeon diaper liner.. 100pcs for $10.90..
Hey, thanks for your advice that breastfeed baby's poo is watery..i will take note and see how.. I look so fwd to having a feel and look of my gal! =)
Thanks alot, cyanidebaby!
Due to kiasu style of first time MTB, I have bought too much Cloth Diapers and Diaper Wraps to prevent leaking. Do not mind letting go at a reasonable price. Please PM your best price to me if you are interested.
1) Anakku Baby Napkins (2 packs of 10pcs each)
2) Pigeon Diaper Wrap (2 nos. of pink colour, M size)
I also want to "get rid" of Anakku Baby liners. Anyone want to get, please pm me. Buy already put one side as too lazy to use those to cloth diaper.
Hi Mummies, i like using washable microfleece liners when using traditional cloth diapers on my boy. They are thicker than disposable types, washable, has stay-dry feeling for baby. Most importantly, saves money as can be reused many times and passed down to other children.
After my confinement, my boy has been on modern cloth diapers, which keep poo in very well, very absorbent, stay-dry (no liners needed), and attractive-looking. Some can be used overnight to last 12hours without leak, so we manage to cloth-diaper him full-time, including shopping trips. We use cloth wipes too.
Saves a lot of money since we do not need a single disposable, liner, wet wipe or diaper cream. Do explore the option of using modern cloth diapers since you already want to cloth diaper your baby. We enjoy it so much that reviews of the diapers we tried are published on my blog for your reading.
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cant remember which brand used on cloth diapers, my mum just get them fm the Sheng Siong Supermarket (1pack - 24 pcs). As for diapers liner I prefer tollyjoy as they r bigger sheet & cheaper then othe brand too.