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Sorry if this has been asked before but was curious. I'm seriously considering using them for when we are at home and disposables for when we go out.
I'm going to do some more reading about their care because I worry about not being able to get stains out. Last baby was a pooping machine, but I was breastfeeding and I do plan on nursing this one. I also have to consider drying time since I don't have a dryer here or may pick up a small one just for the nappies.
I am going to cloth diaper! I really like the pocket diapers, and they are easiest to dry from what everyone has told me. I like Fuzzi Bunz. and they have a website where they sell them much cheaper because of small manufacturer defects like a crooked stitch line, LOL.
here is the website: www.fuzzibunzseconds.net
Thanks so much for that. I had a look, they are in the states, but they are sold here so I'm going to see if I can find a seconds webpage here.
We have a nice system sold by Mother Care and you can put in reusable inserts or disposable and they are quite affordable as well.
I've stocked up on about 3 months worth of nappies, the sales here are unreal. Usually buy one get one free and I can't pass them up. But I like the idea of less waste as well. Our trash is only picked up 2x a month so recycling is key to make it that far.