Bebesnuggles look very similar to the Debbies nappies fleece soakers I have, they are brilliant, also very reasonable priced at £4.50-£5.50. Look at Nappyweb and The Nappy Garden for fleece soakers. I also like my Nappies by Minki fleece velcro wrap but twice the price.
I have put ds3 in a fleece cover for the first time overnight - have spare clothes on standby ... I know everyone says they are great but despite 8 years of cloth nappies I have never braved it! Can I be converted??!!
Thanks for your recommendations. I will look at stacinator and sugar peas. I had a sugar peas wool wrap for DD1 but I sold it as I couldnt get on with it.
Good luck octo, did you add an extra booster? I must admit, the fleece wrap on DD2 is more insurance, as its over a fuzzi bunz with four boosters in. But with the youngest, its just over a bamboozle with booster.
I noticed that some fleece seems thicker than others, the red fleece on the nature babies multiwrap is definitely thicker than the tots wrap.
Cant find stockist for stacinator/sugar peas. Any ideas?
Not the end of the world octo. I went through this a short while ago when I couldnt find a night time nappy for DD2 and we kept having to change the bed, pjs, pillowcase etc. You may recall the post. The extra large fuzzi does it with 4 boosters, but because of the 4 boosters the legs are gapey hence the wrap.
The little un still gets a night feed so she is quite a decent wetter though, but the boosted bamboozle does it, no pul required with fleece. Sometimes her suit feels moist in a morning but not soaking.
If you like fleece overnight, have a look at the Sweet Night nappy. It's an AI2, with 12 layers of bamboo poppered into a waterproof fleece outer. The soaker oprns out flat to dry, so although it's bamboo, it's not that slow drying. Gorgeous soft bamboo as well. Same fabric as the p'tits dessous bamboo inserts for pocket nappies I think. Not cheap. but if you get an extra soaker or 2 to pop into the fleece, not too bad at all, and a great night nappy!
Didnt mean to but just bought two stacinator wraps. I never intended to buy one because I thought the name was silly it just sort of happened. I was able to get a pink flowers one for the eldest girl but the younger one needs a large and they only had snowman, so she has a snowman one.
I think I did the right thing, I prefer two parters full stop, like swampster.
Oooooooo i love fleece for a night - i know wool is the miracle thing but i found it too much a chew when ds inevitably had a poo leak and i could never remember how to lanolise ! I have just been trying to source some more stacinator fleece and am waiting nice lady getting back to me so in the meantime i am getting back in some drybees pocket fleeces . I found the red tots bots fleece ok being the thicker of the deisgns but a big runner inthe wash resulting in alot of pink nappies
Ive bought a Debbies fleece wrap second hand to try it, and two nature babies multiwraps have just arrived in cream. I ordered them a while ago but the postal strike seems to have held them up. The fleece on the cream ones seems much thicker than on the red one which I bought previously. Trying out tonigh.
I do admit the sweet night nappy looks nice, but Im not keen on all in 2s.
Tonight the nature babies multiwraps are on. They are absolutely huge (size 3) and even on the tightest waist setting there is a slight gape at waist. But the thighs are a good fit. Both my younger girls seem to have slim waists and fat thighs.
I didnt wash them before use. Youre not supposed to wash fleece wraps before use are you?
The wraps did very well no leaks, but DD2 had rings on thighs, which I wouldnt expecf from a fleece. Its because this one has pul leg gussets with binding. DD2 actually said "leg hurt" when I changed her, so its obviously enough to bother her. However, on DD3 is very prone to sore bottys overnight, and her bottom is in pristine condition today!
The search for the ultimate fleece wrap goes on.
Has anyone tried the Eccobots fleece or the funky nappy fleece both on ebay? They are probably WAHM wraps, or at least the latter is.