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Explosive poo in my nice totsbots...

(11 Posts)
lunavix Thu 10-Feb-05 08:20:42

How do people cope with the exploding poo????

As a lover of fruit, ds's poo is rather runny and HUGE and every time he goes in his nappies it soaks right through paper liners, which also fall apart under the pressure! It's also going right up his back and down the insides of his legs onto the nappy (doesn't actually go onto clothes etc, or his legs but on the back and side of nappy either side of the liner IYSWIM)

What are your tips?

We've had a few now which fortunately have washed out nicely, although the last major one leaked onto his lovely tots PUL wrap which has been majorly stained - any ideas for getting that out???

I think my baby poo's like no other....

misdee Thu 10-Feb-05 08:21:26

big fleece liners.

throckenholt Thu 10-Feb-05 08:23:17

fleece liners and a good wrap

lunavix Thu 10-Feb-05 08:30:10

I do like my wrap

Looks like I'll be looking for better fleece liners!

throckenholt Thu 10-Feb-05 09:13:39

a good wrap is a godsend - can contain the most awful explosions - much better than disposables in my experience.

katzguk Thu 10-Feb-05 09:16:40

i used both a fleece liner and paper one folded in half during the explosive poo stage!! the fleece liner underneath and the paper one to contain the more solid matter! [yuck face]

lunavix Thu 10-Feb-05 09:18:41

I already use two boosters!

I've been using bumbles too with the snap in booster, plus another booster on top, then a liner...

He wees for england too, he drinks tons of (sugar free!) juice. Where can you get really big fleece liners? I know you can make your own but local fabric shops have really odd thick fleece.

katzguk Thu 10-Feb-05 09:19:41

try ebay - i've seen them on there or i got thin ones from the nappy lady

lunavix Thu 10-Feb-05 09:23:56

I've got some fleece from the nappy lady but they aren't very big, think I need some industrial sized ones!

Raindog Thu 10-Feb-05 09:58:48

Hi Lunavix
You can buy lovely fleece in John Lewis - I got some quite thick cream fleece which was £8 a metre - I only got 50cm and the width is huge so will make more liners than I can ever possibly need...hopefully! A lot of fleece in fabric shops is only fleecy on one side, but I know JL definitely do teh double sided stuff.

lunavix Thu 10-Feb-05 10:59:30

ooh might try there then!

Can't be coping with him staining everything!

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