Boosters are made from absorbent fabrics which add absorbency to cloth nappies.
Dirty nappies are put into an airy basket or bucket before washing, without any water or chemicals. The nappies are then put straight into the washing machine when you’re ready to wash them.
A soft velvety fabric often used as the outer layer of modern cloth nappies. Used in Bubblebubs Candies.
Cloth nappies that are shaped like a disposable with built-in absorbency and often include a water resistant layer as well. They fasten with snaps or a type of Velcro, instead of pins like traditional nappies.
Nappies that fit from birth to toilet training. Bubblebubs OSFM nappies fit from approximately 4kg – 15kg.
A flat style of nappy with extra layers sewn through the middle. Prefolds require a separate cover to act as a water resistant layer and need a pin or Snappi to fasten. An economic option which works well for newborns.
A fabric made by laminating a polyester knit fabric with a thin layer of polyurethane. Used in Bubblebubs gusseted Covers.
Used instead of pins to securely fasten fitted nappies, flats or prefolds. Made of a stretchy plastic with grips on each of the three arms, which hook on to the fabric of the nappy.
A wetbag is a bag made from water resistant fabric which can be used to store wet and dirty nappies.
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Bambams are a fitted cloth nappy that is designed specifically for newborns in mind. From the super soft and absorbent bamboo terry fabric to the elastics around the legs and waist which give a super snug fit, Bambams are built to contain all that your newborn can dish out! Read on to find out how Bambams fit newborns for much longer than most other newborn cloth nappies.
If you’re new to Bubblebubs nappies you might have noticed that our cloth nappies look quite different to a lot of others available. That’s because ours have two rows o snaps that fasten at the sides/hips instead of at the front. Why would we do that? There’s a few good reasons why, read on to find out more!