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Best reusable nappy wraps

(17 Posts)
Moleseygirl Fri 10-May-13 15:09:49

Hi, I have some lollipop bamboo reusables that I'm pretty happy with and work fine, but I have some rather well used tots bots wraps where the elastic has become pretty worn and now rubs my 9 month old son around his tummy, back and legs whenever we use them. Can anyone recommend some new wraps that are soft around the seams and wash well and will last? Thank you!

notcitrus Fri 10-May-13 15:13:27

My best ones are Baby Beehinds - totally poosplosion-proof! Not as pretty as Motherease but long-lastng.

K8Middleton Fri 10-May-13 15:14:47

Watching too. My dc's flexitot wraps seem to be leaking now we've moved up a size.

ValiaH Fri 10-May-13 16:43:49

I really like the Nature Babies wraps, they're gusseted which is fab, or have most recently tried a Little Lamb's one, which is also great but feels thinner than the Nature Babies ones. I've found gussets are the key to non-leakage!

MrsLettuce Fri 10-May-13 16:45:47

The very best are Motherease. I prefer the airflow (with poppers) but the velcro (forget their name) are just as good.

MrsLettuce Fri 10-May-13 16:50:14

The velcro version is the motherease Rikki

stargirl1701 Fri 10-May-13 16:54:19

Motherease or Blueberry.

mrsmartin1984 Fri 10-May-13 19:41:45

I like the bambinex ones.

chocolatemartini Fri 10-May-13 19:44:07

I got motherease and have never looked back. They're v good, never leak

Another one for Motherease. Brilliant.

WantAnOrange Fri 10-May-13 20:26:14

Motherease are bomb-proof, but Blueberry are nice too.

rrreow Fri 10-May-13 22:51:39

Motherease for bomb-proofness (Rikki for pre-weaning, Airflow for post-weaning) and Blueberry Coveralls for prettiness.

Ariela Sun 12-May-13 18:30:05

Nature Babies are very good, and made in UK too

flowerfairy Thu 16-May-13 19:40:28

I've just put some for sale on the sale site if you're interested in some Motherease ones.

mumtosp Fri 24-May-13 15:00:36

Another vote for MotherEase Airflow (the one with poppers) and also MotherEase Rikki (with velcro)... but I think at 9 months they know how to get out of the velcro wraps smile

I'd agree with above posters that the Motherease Airflow covers are a good choice to fit over all shapes & sizes of nappies, and very reliable. But having said that, I've come to love the current Tots Bots flexiwraps, and that's all I use now.

QueenofDreams Thu 30-May-13 14:43:23

I used Motherease airflow wraps. Worked a treat.

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