If you’re finding that your little one’s cloth nappies are leaking after a short amount of time (and the absorbent part of the nappy is completely saturated), it’s probably time to add some extra absorbency to the nappy.
Of course, it’s important to change all nappies frequently but you don’t want to (and shouldn’t have to!) be changing nappies every hour because they’re leaking. And if you’re experiencing leaks, then it will probably involve changing and washing extra clothes and bedding. As a mum, you’ve got enough to do without adding to your to do list!
So here’s a few tips on boosting (or adding extra absorbency), which will hopefully put an end to your leaky cloth nappies!
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