This is a discussion on Cloth diapers within the General Parenting Discussion forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Originally Posted by Bumwear Hi Newmom80, Please let me give Meiteoh sometime to reply if she wants the last lot ...
If it is fine for you, can ask my bro to pick it up on my behalf since he work in goldhill plaza. As this whole week, I'm helping my friend in her bazaar (to earn some extra $$). Suppose to off get a day off on Mon but may be Tue and afraid to hold you up, i'm sincere in wanting the diaper lot.
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Glendanker has brought up a lot of good points. I want to add that for nappy liners, you can actually reuse them if the baby doesn't poo on it. If it's just pee, we just dump it in the washer together with the soiled diapers and inserts. Our liners, on the average, get used, about 3 times before they are hit with the jackpot ;-}
In the last few years, there is an increasing trend of moms who use cloth diapers on the childcare centre-going kids. They will pack 4-5 bumwear diapers that are already stuffed up with the inserts as well as lined with nappy liners. They will pass the CC teachers a wetbag to put the soiled diapers in.
It works almost exactly like disposable diapers. After 3 hours or so, if it is just pee, just change into clean Bumwear. Put the soiled one in the wetbag. If it's poo, throw away the nappy liner and put the soiled Bumwear into the wetbag again. The teacher will need to wash the child's backside regardless what kind of diaper he wears, right ;-)?
I've collect the diapers already & stocked up on my Country Save.
Yes there is still a lot of life in them. Can't wait to try them on my girl. Hopefully my hubby will be convinced to go back to cloth again. He thinks that our prefolds were a waste of money
Any1 interested in prefolds? I've 3 dozens + 3 infant size prefolds. They come with 4 pieces of snappies.
PM me & we can discuss a price!
I was wondering, how long does it take to dry these pocket diapers?
Thanks for the info, at least now I know how many to get based on how often I do my laundry.
Another pro of wearing cloth diapers, they dont't have unsightly ruffles that disposables have!
Btw, besides the inserts you gave, the diapers already have inserts inside right? They look different, so got a bit confused.
PinkDiamonds, our diapers and inserts have gone through a few reiterations in order to improve their designs. I think I have diapers and inserts of different versions in the lot that you receive.
Bumwear, I might have to skip out on your offer - won't be able to collect it any time soon! (Thanks though...) So one lot is now available to the next mummy.
I think newmom80 is next in line for the lot that meiteoh has given up.
Hi Rita, it's been a hectic week since my baby decided to come much earlier than expected, but I just wanted to say thanks for the diapers. I managed to collect them from your shop last week. Will let you know how they work out
Has anyone here tried brands like Baby Kanga or Grobaby? Am interesting in their pocket diapers but would like to get some feedback first.
Also, what's the difference between AIO, AI2 and pocket?
Eva is now over 2 months so am growing more tempted to start her on CDs.
Last edited by meiteoh; 08-10-2009 at 11:36 AM.
hm...whether is it cloth or pamper be aware on the rashes... remember to put powder on the 2 side of the join, there is a pink cream you can get easy for baby rashes very usefull too.
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I find that they are very patience as i asked quite a lots of Q's before purchasin n good service too, items recieved n very plead on it!
Mummies with CDs, could we please hear how your cloth diapering journey has been so far? Am curious to know what are the brands that you've tried and how you find it...
i did some research and found the following site comparing different cloth diapers.
Cloth Diaper Types - Fitteds, AIOs, Pockets, and Prefold Cloth Diapers
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sharon, you can using lampins instead - those are what prefolds are - and put a diaper cover over them. Inserts are stuff we put into the pocket of a cloth diaper to absorb the pee/poo. If you're planning on stuffing pockets of diapers with lampins, they might be a bit bulky.