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environmentally friendly nappies

purple13

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does anyone here use them??

i'd really like to as i won't have the space to dry reusable nappies (at least not for the first 6 months til we move out of our 1 bed flat) and feel v conscious of the amount of waste i'm going to be generating...

if so, what brands are good? and where do you get them??

thanks xx
 
i know waitrose stock some eco friendly nappies, ive not seen them any where else, maybe you can buy online cheaper?
 
Moltex work fine if you can get beyond the fact they look tea-stained :lol:
 
sainsburys do their own ones too

I have been looking at them too as I don't have much room either - Moltex and another make I have found online but I can't remember the name at the moment
 
I I use disposables (rarely) - I use Nature's Babies, from Boots

Xxx
 
thats the others ones I was looking at! ;)
 
thanks v much for info. i want to try and stock up in advance :)
 

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