Video How To: Fitting Candies All In Two Cloth Nappies

Video How To: Fitting Candies All In Two Cloth Nappies

Our Candies All In Two cloth nappies might look slightly different from other nappy options out there. The side snaps on these nappies are what sets them apart from other styles, and is what gives them the ability to fit all ranges of shapes and sizes. Particularly those babies who have gorgeous chunky thighs but a small waist and vice versa – being able to fit the hip and leg snaps independently means that you’re able to get a firm secure fit on both areas.

In this video, Vicki shows us the basics on how to get the perfect fit with our Candies All In Two nappies.


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