Nappy wet bags are flexible storage containers that you can use them for anything other than nappies. Learn how to use your nappy bag creatively.
Amongst the frequently asked questions when talking about reusable nappies are the concerns about where do you store dirty nappies until you are ready to put them in the washing machine.
Essentially, a Nappy Liner is a layer of cloth that traps solids while allowing liquids to pass through and into the nappy. Liners have no absorbency value and are only intended to make nappy changes more convenient for the parent.
You may have a heavy wetter who needs extra all the time, a toddler who is going for longer between wee or a baby going through a growth spurt.
When considering a bag for cloth nappies, there are a few key considerations that you must take into account.
If you are using a nappy bucket (dry pailing your nappies), then whilst you don’t have to have a mesh bag, we suggest that you do.
There is often confusion between boosters and liners however they actually serve very different purposes. This guide is designed to give you an insight into their differences.