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"As a mum and a midwife, I love reusable nappies because they have no chemicals which reduces the risk of nappy rash. They have better containment of poo so fewer leaks and they also support toddlers developmentally in their toilet training process, with the average trained up to 6 months earlier!"
Angie, @theecomidwife

7 reasons to reuse

1. Reusable nappies will save you moneyKeep more pounds in your pocket and save up to £700 – and even more if your nappies are reused with another baby.

2. Reduce your household waste250 million nappies are thrown away every day. Reusables require 98% fewer resources to make and generate 99% less waste.

3. Never run out of nappiesWhen you choose to reuse you'll never need to make that late-night dash for more diapers and you can spend your money other things! Woo hoo!

4. The most kind and gentle nappy choiceOur reusable nappies are free from nasties which helps with skin irritation and reduce the chance of nappy rash.

5. Suitable from birthDesigned with newborns in mind, our Revolutionary Reusable nappy is super-soft and has a uniquely shaped waist to comfortably fit around the umbilical stump.

6. Customisable absorbencyEach nappy comes complete with one absorbent daily booster that you insert into the pocket of the nap to keep your baby dry. Additional boosters are available too.

7. Poonami proofOur Revolutionary Reusable nappy has a unique poo pocket at the waistband to help hold on to messy poos.

CHOOSE TO REUSE

Your questions answered...

What's it like to use reusables? They work in exactly the same way as any other nappy except that, when it comes to change time instead of throwing it away, you pop it in the wash.

Are they easy to keep clean? Absolutely. Just pop them in a 40° wash and let your machine do the work. Add a laundry cleanser to your regular detergent to help keep your nappies fresh!

How well do they work? Reusable nappies often out-perform disposables because you can customise the absorbency and fit as your baby grows for ultimate leak protection.

Are they hard work? Most people find that it's a lot easier to use reusable nappies than they think. Once you get into a routine, it's pretty simple and you can add nappies to your normal wash loads too!

Are they hygienic? Absolutely! Just let your machine do the hard work, it knows exactly how to deal with your lttle mess-maker to get everything clean and fresh again.

How many do you need? If you want to use resuable nappies full-time, you'll need around 20 nappies so that you have some ready to use while others are in the wash. Some people combine use reusables and disposables - whatever works for you!

What do you do with the poo? At change-time simply tip it down the loo. You can also choose to add a liner to your nappy for quick and mess-free changing.
Anything left on the nappies when you put them in your machine will be washed off in no time.

Do they help stop nappy rash? As long as nappies are changed regularly, reusable nappies are less likely to cause nappy rash as they don't contain any nasty chemicals.
Plus, you'll find that you need to buy and use less barrier cream too!

How do they work?

Reusable nappies are fitted in the same way as a disposable by laying the baby down on the open nappy and securing at the front.

How do they work?

Reusable nappies are fitted in the same way as a disposable by laying the baby down on the open nappy and securing at the front.
One-size
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Reusable nappies have adjustable fastenings designed to make sure that nappy fits as your baby grows. The length of the nappy is often adjusted with poppers and the waistband might include either hook and loop or popper fastenings. That means no more sized nappies and it’s the only nappy you’ll ever need!

Beating leaks
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Specially designed super absorbent fabrics and waterproof layers ensure leak-proof protection. Leak-proof elasticated legs and a clever poo pocket help keep liquid in and poonamis are almost unheard of!

Keeping baby dry
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Instead of the chemical gels found in disposable nappies, reusable nappies use super-absorbent materials such as cotton, hemp and bamboo to soak up the wee. These inserts (called boosters) can be layered up depending on the absorbency required.

Removing poo
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Liners are designed to make nappy changing mess-free and catch the poo. Thanks to our modern-day washing machines, getting your nappies squeaky clean is easy!

The routine
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Nappies can be stored ready for wash day! Store in waterproof storage such as a laundry bag for a couple of days before putting your nappies in the wash.

How to...
  • Fit Guide

  • Washing and Drying

  • On-the-go

  • Other FAQs

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      Step by Step Basics

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      First, adjust the poppers to get the right fit for your baby. Doing this before you change your wriggly baby will make things a lot easier. If you’re using liners (either Messless or Revolutionary Reusable), place one in the centre of the nappy. Next, lay your baby down on the open nappy and pull the front up, securing in place by using the adjustable tabs. 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.

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      How often do I need to change the nappy?

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      Just like all nappies, you'll need to check and change them every 2 - 4 hours throughout the day. At night-time, combine boosters if required for a peaceful night's sleep. Our flexi booster is made from super-absorbent hemp and is extra long and designed to be folded for additional absorbency where needed (great for front sleepers).

    • 3

      Can I use Revolutionary Reusable nappies from newborn?

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      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!

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      How do I use the poppers?

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      Get your poppers into the right position before each nappy change – it's a lot easier when you don't have a wriggly baby in the nappy.

      If you have a newborn baby you’ll need to use the bottom set of poppers, attaching them to the closing top set. Once your baby is a toddler you’ll probably have no need to use the poppers at all however the adjustable tabs at the front will allow you to alter the fit as their shape changes.

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      How many nappies do I need?

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      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 Everything bundle comes complete with all 20 nappies plus a selection of accessories.

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      What's the difference between liners and boosters?

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      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.

    Our fit guide video explains everything you need to know to fit reusable nappies like a pro!

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      Removing the poo (it’s really not a big deal)

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      When it comes to changing your baby’s nappy, just open the nappy and remove any poo, tipping it into the toilet. Liners are really handy for this job and take the fuss out of this messy step. Our Messless liners can be thrown away after use whereas our Revolutionary Reusable liners can be set aside for the wash. If any poo gets onto the surface of the nappy, you may prefer to rinse it through to stop any staining.

    • 2

      How do I clean poo off nappies?

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      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.

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      How do you wash reusable nappies?

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      Store your nappies for up to 3 days at most and when wash day arrives, empty the contents of your Stay at home wet bag into the washing machine drum.

      For an economical and planet-friendly wash, it’s best to always do full loads but 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. There's no need to use fabric softener when washing, as this can affect the absorbency of your nappies.

      Add 3 tablespoons of Bright & mighty nappy cleanser to add a boost to your laundry and help tackle tough stains and odours.

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      How do I wash my reusable nappies?

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      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.

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      How do you dry reusable nappies?

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      We recommend air drying your nappies either inside or outside whenever possible and away from direct heat. If necessary, our nappies can be tumble-dried on a low/cold setting.

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      What temperature can I wash my nappies at?

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      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.

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      How should I store my nappies before wash day?

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      n between washes, store your nappies for three days at most in your Stay at home wet bag. This can be positioned anywhere that is within reach of your change table. The wet bag can be sealed shut using a fold, roll and clip method however we recommend leaving the bag open if possible which will allow air to circulate and reduce odours.

    • 8

      How do I do a strip wash?

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      Simply soak your nappies in a hand hot solution of Bright & mighty nappy cleanser for at least 2 hours. Use 3 tablespoons of cleanser for every 4 litres of water. After soaking, wash your nappies in the washing machine as you normally would. We would recommend giving your nappies an additional rinse after your cycle to be sure all the cleanser has been removed.

    • 9

      Can I wash other items with my nappies?

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      Absolutely! And this is a great way to ensure you are using your machine and energy as efficiently as possible.

    • 10

      How can I make sure that my nappies are extra clean and hygenic?

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      We recommend adding 3 tablespoons of our Bright & mighty nappy cleanser to your washing detergent drawer too. This will add a boost to your laundry and help tackle tough stains and odours.

    • 11

      Can I iron my nappies?

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      No, please don't iron your nappies, as this can affect their performance.

    • 12

      What do I need to do before the wash?

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      Our Revolutionary Reusable nappies have adjustable front tabs which can be folded back on themselves and secured. This will stop the loop side from damaging any fabrics in the wash.

      When you take a used nappy off your baby, we recommend you remove any boosters from the nappy pocket before you store them. If you have any boosters still inside the nappies, remove them before you fill your machine.

    • 13

      Do I need to pre-wash my nappy before washing?

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      No. Pre-washing is not required if you follow our washing instructions carefully. Reducing the amount of time you use your machine is a great way to lower your carbon footprint and our nappies are designed for a simple and easy clean. However, if you do decide you need to run a pre-wash, select a short, cold wash cycle and half a scoop of detergent, and then store your nappies damp until you have enough nappies for a full wash.

    Our wash guide video explains everything you need to know to make the wash routine easy!

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      How do you use reusables nappies when out and about?

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      When you head out for the day, pack your nappy bag with everything you need for your trip including enough nappies to get you through the day. When it comes to change-time, simply store your used nappies in your Out & about wet bag to keep them separate. When you get home you can transfer them into your Stay at home wet bag or pop them straight into the washing machine. Simple!

    • 2

      Can I use reusable nappies on the maternity ward?

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      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.

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      What are reusable nappies?

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      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.

    • 2

      How do reusable nappies help me save money?

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      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.

    • 3

      Should I wash the nappies before I use them?

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      Yes, this will remove any loose fibres and increases the absorbency ready for use. Before each wash, close the tabs on the diapers to protect the fabrics in the machine. Run a normal wash, use a non-bio detergent, and avoid using any fabric softener.

    • 4

      Are reusable nappies really better for the environment?

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      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.

    • 5

      How well do reusable nappies perform?

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      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.

    • 6

      Why are reusable nappies better for my baby's skin?

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      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.

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