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Here are our most frequently asked questions to inform your nappy choice.
Reusable nappies are nappies that you don't throw away. They are designed to be reused and then reloved and are made of super soft, high performance fabrics rather than plastic which can be found in single-use nappies. Reusable nappies are sometimes called 'cloth nappies' or 'washable nappies' but it all means the same thing.
YES! Our nappies are Revolutionary because they truly are the only nappy you'll need from birth to potty! You'll never have to buy another nappy again!
Yes. When washed responsibly and according to our care instructions, reusable nappies stop 5000 single-use nappies from being thrown away and produce 25% less CO2.
The first thing a nappy has to do is perform and our nappies do just that. Reusable nappies use multiple layers of super-absorbent fabric for ultimate leak protection. Any parent will tell you, that you can experience a leak in every type of nappy now and again! But the key is getting the right fit for your baby and ensuring you've prepped your nappy with the absorbency level you require.
Our Revolutionary Reusable nappies are made from super-absorbent fabric rather than chemical gels that can be found in single-use nappies. Our fabrics and materials are OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified which means they are free from nasties which will help with skin irritation and reduce the chance of nappy rash.
You can make huge savings by using reusable nappies instead of single-use nappies - even when you take into account the washing costs. This saving will get even bigger when you use your nappy stash on a second child too.
When your baby is young their nappy should be regularly checked and changed every 2-4 hours. You can store used nappies in your Stay at home wet bag for up to 3 days before washing. With this in mind, you'll need 20 nappies so that you have some to use while others are in the wash. Our Changemaker bundle comes complete with all 20 nappies plus a selection of accessories.
We recommend confirming your plans with your hospital as they will have their own procedures and rules (just in case). Your midwife is also likely to be able to advise you. Make sure you have enough nappies for your hospital stay - probably around 8 nappies. Our Out & about wet bag is a handy storage solution for when you are away from home.
Liners are designed to make nappy changes a little easier by catching poo and helping you to remove it in a mess-free way. Add one liner on top of the nappy and when it's time to change, simply lift off the liner and dispose of the poo down the toilet. Replace with a new liner at every nappy change. We offer two options; Messless liners are disposable and made from plant-based materials and our Revolutionary Reusable liners can be washed with your nappies and reused again and again.
Boosters are designed to add extra absorbency to your nappies. These are especially great for long periods such as overnight or if your baby is a heavy wetter. Before fitting the nappy, insert a booster into the pocket of your nappy. Find out more about boosters in our Fit Guide.
Bambino Mio products are tested both internally and externally to ensure they perform technically, are safe to use and contain no banned or harmful chemicals or substances. Most of our products are OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified. This is the leading global certification for textiles that have been independently tested for harmful substances, and guarantees the safety of the materials used in our products, so we can guarantee they are safe to use on little bottoms.
Ethical production is important to us, and we ensure all of our manufacturing partners live by our brand values and code of conduct. All of our partners are Sedex® or amfori BSCI approved members, which ensures the highest standard of working conditions and worker’s rights. Sedex® is one of the world’s leading ethical trade service providers, working to improve global supply chains. We also ensure all of our partners are regularly audited to ensure the highest ethical, environmental and product standards are maintained.
Bambino Mio products are vegan friendly and contain no animal bi-products. Bambino Mio does not test any products on animals.
Our products are manufactured across the world – in the UK, Europe and China. We carefully select our manufacturing partners to ensure the highest ethical, environmental and product standards. You can find out where any Bambino Mio product is manufactured clearly on each product label.
Our potty training pants are not designed for full absorption like our nappies, and are designed to help contain little accidents to help make the transition from nappies to big-kid pants. They have a concealed water resistant layer and inner pad that hold small amounts of liquid. This allows your toddler to feel wetness and associate this feeling with needing to use the potty to help aid your potty training journey.
We recommend around 3-5 pairs of training pants so you can wash them at the end of each day.
Our swim nappies are designed to catch and contain solids in the water. Just like other swimwear, our swim nappies do not absorb liquids, and are designed to let water out to avoid weighing your baby down in the water. We advise checking with your local swimming pool on their requirements before use.
It's likely you will only need 1 pair of swim nappies for your short time in the pool (however, it's always handy to keep a spare). If going on holiday, we recommend taking around 4 swim nappies so it gives you enough to use throughout the day and rinse overnight for the next day.
Before you begin to change the nappy, you'll want to adjust the poppers first to get the right fit for your baby. If you’re using one, place a liner in the centre of the nappy. Next, lay your baby down on the open nappy and pull the front up and secure using the adjustable tabs.
Newborn poos are runnier as their diet is liquid. During this time, you can rinse off the poo under running water. This can be done in the toilet bowl or at the sink. If you use the toilet, hold on to one corner of the nappy firmly and let the clean water wash away the poo. If you use your sink, be sure to clean the sink afterwards.
Newborn poo doesn't need to be washed off before storing your dirty nappies until wash day, but it will help to reduce odours and staining.
When wash day comes, don't overload your washing machine to allow your nappies to wriggle around in the wash and get extra clean. 2 heaped tablespoons of Bright & mighty cleanser to your washing detergent drawer will add a boost to your laundry and help tackle tough stains and odours.
When you start weaning your baby onto solid food, you'll notice their poo will change. At this stage, our Messless liners or Revolutionary Reusable liners will make cleaning your nappies quicker and easier. Both of these are designed to sit inside the nappy to catch solids and help reduce soiling.
Once fastened, check that the boosters and fabric are all tucked inside and that the elastic edge sits in the leg line. For a comfortable fit you should be able to slide two fingers easily into the waistband at the front.
When washing day arrives, carry your Stay at Home wet bag to the machine and empty the contents into the washing machine drum. For an economical and planet-friendly wash, it’s best to always do full loads however you need to make sure you don't overload your washing machine. Filling your machine to around ¾ full will ensure your nappies can wriggle around in the wash and get extra clean.
We recommend washing your nappies at 40°C with non-biological laundry detergent. Follow your machine manufacturer’s guide to find out the required dose for your machine. Do not use fabric softener when washing, as this can affect the absorbency of your nappies.
Pack your change bag with everything you need for your trip out, including enough nappies. When it comes to change-time, simply store your used nappies in one of our waterproof Out & About wet bag. When you get home, ensure you've separated the poo from your nappies. You can then transfer them into your Stay-at-home wet bag or pop them straight into the washing machine. Simple!