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Liner Cloth Nappies

It's no secret that disposable nappies can have a devastating impact on the environment and modern cloth nappies and cloth nappy liners are counteracting this in a user-friendly way. They will not only reduce the money you're spending on nappies over the long-term, but their chemical-free nature will help to address skin sensitivities and irritations. They are available in a range of colourful designs with fastening clips and removable liners.

Environmentally Friendly

One of the main advantages of cloth nappies and cloth nappy liners is their impact on the environment, which is significantly reduced compared to disposable nappies. Disposable nappies are a huge contributor to landfills across the world and, for those who are trying to reduce their environmental footprint, cloth nappies are a sensible and affordable alternative.

Reduced Costs

Compared to the costs associated with disposable nappies for babies and toddlers, cloth nappies will save you hundreds of dollars in the long run. They can be used again and again for subsequent children and sold on to new mothers when you no longer need them.

Chemical-Free

While disposable nappies are created using a whole host of chemicals, bamboo cloth nappy liners and microfleece cloth nappy liners are completely natural. They'll reduce irritation and discomfort for babies with sensitive skin and have ultra-absorbent properties to ensure they sit dry next to the skin. Knitted polyester is another great option for cloth nappy liners, as well as silk for very sensitive skin.

Modern Cloth Nappies

While you may be thinking of the plain white, flat cloth liners of old, modern cloth nappies are shaped and contain fastening clips for ease of use. They come in a whole range of colours and designs, just like disposable nappies, so you can select the right ones for your baby and her personality. They are simple to maintain and just need to be thrown into the washing machine after use.

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