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12 June 2018

  • Sized vs One Size (OSFM or BTP)
  • All in Ones (AIO) vs All in Twos (AI2)
  • Which ones do what and what are they called?
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Posted in FAQs By Amelia and Rebecca @ Bambooty

09 April 2018

So nappies leak, they always have, they always will. 

All types of nappies can and do leak at times! 

I've worked as a nanny in a few different countries, I've worked with children ever since I left school, I'm an oldest sister, I've worked in long day care, in the babies room, right through to 3-4 yr olds. I have 3 children of my own and nieces and nephews and friends with babies. Lucky me! What all this means is I've changed tens of thousands of nappies. All sorts of cloth nappies, all sorts of rubbish (single use/disposable) nappies they all leak at times. Why? Generally its just teh nature of dealing with liquids! But there are some reasons and some things tha can be done about it, so lets have a quick chat about why and what you can do about it :) 

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Posted in FAQs By Amelia @ bambooty

21 December 2017

3 Steps for a Stress Free Nappy Change

  1.  Preparation
  2.  Keep calm and change your baby
  3.  Baby done - Now a quick tidy up

ALL DONE - Easy Peasy 

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Posted in FAQs By Amelia @ Bambooty

25 March 2017

Wanna hear something funny? Well, here’s a good one: Some people actually tell me that cloth nappies are worse for the environment than disposable nappies. Yes, that’s right – Worse. The only problem is, they’re not joking. 

Unfortunately, in an era where some politicians think climate change is rubbish, I suppose nothing should surprise us. But, as crazy as it is, we thought it was time to debunk this myth once and for all. 

“For environmental and financial reasons you can’t go past MCNs (modern cloth nappies.)”

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Posted in FAQs By Edwina Guinan for Bambooty

30 January 2014

Introducing modern cloth nappy BASICS!

A brand new cloth nappy brand, proudly brought to you by Bambooty. 

So what's different about them? 

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Posted in FAQs By Amelia @ Bambooty

13 August 2013

Introducing the Best of Both Worlds! (BOB)

A nappy package that combines our super popular OSFM All in One nappies with our award winning sized Easy Dry Nappies, hooray! (The crowd goes wild)

Read on to find out Why....

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Posted in FAQs By Bambooty

13 August 2013

Here at Bambooty we are often asked which nappy is the better nappy to buy? In our opinion there is no 1 right answer to this question.

Read on to learn more about the differences, pros and cons of choosing Sized or One Size Fits most nappies.

Any Questions, please always ask! 

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Posted in FAQs By Bambooty

05 August 2013

Ever wanted to give cloth nappies a go but worried about the financial outlay?

What if they don't really work for me?

Read on to find out what we do to reduce your risk, maximise your savings and help you along the way :)

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Posted in FAQs By Bambooty

04 June 2013

  • Cloth or real nappies don’t have to be all or nothing, any cloth nappies used help save money, help landfill and most importantly in our humble opinion, keep chemicals away from your baby's bottom!
  • Did you know just 6 Bambooty Real Nappies  - 2 a day on the baby, 2 in the washing machine and 2 on the line (the other 4/5 changes in the day would be disposable) - saves over 700 disposable nappies a year from landfill?
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Posted in FAQs By Bambooty

31 May 2013

BAMBOOTY MODERN CLOTH NAPPIES – Making the most of the nappy’s rise. 

Bambooty modern cloth nappies are known and loved for being ‘low rise’ hipster nappies, but if you find you’d like them to be another centimeter or two higher around your babies middle we suggest you try the following:- 

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Posted in FAQs By Bambooty

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