My 1st baby's due in April and I'm wondering what nappies to use? I don't think I'd like the hassle of washing reusables (plus the fact that it uses a lot of energy and water males me feel that they're not really that great for the environment anyway!) But I don't like the idea of adding to landfill, so was wondering about biodegradable disposables. Are they any good? Do they cost a lot more? Do they actually biodegrade?? Would I put them in with the normal household rubbish? Any advice would be great
We use Naty and they're about the same price as pampers anf we've had very few issues. Easily found in big supermarkets. However for overnight nappies Pampers Babydry rule. So we used naty during the day and pampers at night.
Thanks everyone! I might just stick to normal disposables then... With reusables I'm a bit reluctant to have dirty nappies hanging around and also not so keen on the idea of using so much energy doing hot washes. And we haven't got a garden so not much space to hang them while they dry. and I'm lazy