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    priyapravin is offline Registered User
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    Baby Cloth Nappies

    Hi,

    I use the disposable Huggies Diapers for my 1 yesr old.
    Even though I change it often,he has started getting a rash because of the diaper.Does anyone know where I can buy cloth nappies for 1 year old.

    Cheers

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    Purplequeen is offline Registered User
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    http://www.doubibou.com/cloth-diapers

    These co. is great. They have a wonderful selection of cloth diapers and they are local. Good luck!

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    I bought my diapers from Doubibou as well. I use Fuzzy Bunz; instead of the thick inserts, I use muslin clothes I buy from the market. They dry in no time and are great to use !

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    I do the same as Coco (using Happy Heinys - but the same idea as FB). Doubibou has TotsBots which are very cute, but they take a lot longer to dry (but fine if you're using a dryer) as the fabric is much thicker.

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    Hi Priya,

    It sounds like you need to sort out the root cause of the nappy rashes first - nappy rashes are not automatically cleared just because you use cloth nappies!

    I say this because I use them on a regular basis and I've found that I actually need to use disposables with my toddler when he's got a nappy rash - as it takes all the moisture away from his skin and it has time to dry up and heal, with the help of nappy rash cream with zinc oxide.

    But I do have to the the Doubidou site seems to have some well recommendable products. I personally use Motherease one-size, but Tots-bots, especially Tots-bots Bamboozle made of bamboo, are the bees' knees in terms of quality and softness.

    Hope this helps!
    Check out my blog:www.londonmummymusings.blogspot.com
    for information and my thoughts on real nappies, baby carriers, breastfeeding, baby-led weaning and much more!


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