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Seedling Baby Multi-Fit Nappy Review

Added on 17 August 2016 in Darlings Downunder, Seedling Baby   |   0 comments

We are thrilled that Victoria from Squiggles and Bubbles (and supporter member of the Australian Nappy Association) has agreed to do some guest posts for us! She's been trialling the new version of the Seedling Baby Multi-Fit Pocket Nappy, and here is her review. Seedling Baby Multi-Fit Pocket Nappy: Victoria's Review Victoria is a qualified early childhood educator who is lucky enough to be a stay-at-home-mum to her three beautiful girls, Squiggles (3years), Bubbles (5years) and Jelly Bea... READ MORE


Victoria from Squiggles and Bubbles: Our Cloth Journey

Added on 10 August 2016 in Darlings Downunder   |   0 comments

We are thrilled that Victoria from Squiggles and Bubbles (and supporter member of the Australian Nappy Association) has agreed to do some guest posts for us! She's been giving some of our cloth nappies a thorough going over and will share her experiences soon, but we thought it would be nice to start with her very own Cloth Journey. Victoria from Squiggles & Bubbles: Our Cloth Journey Victoria is a qualified early childhood educator who is lucky enough to be a stay-at-home-mum to her thre... READ MORE


Fabric Softeners and Cloth Nappies

Added on 08 August 2016 in General Info & Advice, Washing & care of cloth nappies   |   0 comments

One of the big ‘no-no’s about washing cloth nappies is using fabric softeners, which seems a shame, since a soft nappy sounds like a good thing…   How fabric softeners work There are three main parts to any fabric softener – a conditioning agent, an emulsifier and dyes/fragrances. The conditioning agent is what makes clothes feel soft, reduces static cling, and makes ironing easier. It does this by coating the fabric with a thin layer of oily residue. Depending on the brand, the... READ MORE


Freebies with every Close Pop-In Newborn Pack

Added on 03 August 2016 in Close   |   0 comments

We have a very special bonus for everyone who purchases a Close Pop-In Newborn pack during August: a two pack of Close Burp Cloths valued at $24.95 will be added FREE!!!   The Close Pop-In Newborn Nappy is a pint sized Pop-In and is awesome if you have a premmie or little newborn who's just too small to fit in the birth-to-potty One Size Pop-In nappy as they fit from 2 to 5.5kg. They come in an economical pack which provide 10 nappy changes for $129.95 so are very good value.   The C... READ MORE


Thirsties Natural One Size AIO Nappy Demonstration

Added on 15 July 2016 in New arrivals, Thirsties   |   0 comments

Thirsties is one of our favourite brands at Darlings Downunder. Not only do they have great products and a well earned reputation for quality, but they are really serious about being an ethical and sustainable business. We were thrilled when Thirsties announced that they were releasing a new All-in-One nappy with all natural fibre absorbency. The new Thirsties Natural One Size Nappy is both a trim and absorbent nappy. You wouldn't think it to look at it, but it has 11 layers of absorbency - 3 la... READ MORE


RAWr Night Nappy Pack Demonstration

Added on 08 July 2016 in Darlings Downunder, RAWr Nappies   |   0 comments

We've been stocking the RAWr Night Nappy Pack for over three years now. It's an important part of the range we offer customers. And we love that RAWr Nappies is an awesome Tasmanian business with passion for ethical and sustainable manufacture.   When we chose to add this cloth nappy at Darlings Downunder, we were looking for something very specific to meet requests we had from our customers: A built-in waterproof layer While we love fitted cloth nappies and covers for nights, plenty of... READ MORE


How much does it cost to wash cloth nappies?

Added on 27 June 2016 in Darlings Downunder, General Info & Advice, Washing & care of cloth nappies   |   2 comments

Can you help us? We want YOU to let us know how much washing cloth nappies costs YOUR family. The extra costs associated with cloth nappies can be a sticking point for some families, so we want to show that washing cloth nappies is the the huge additional expense you might assume. Please follow the guide below, and post your 'Cost per Load' in the comments, along with a rough outline of your nappy washing routine [ie quick wash followed by cotton cycle on 40 degrees in 6kg Samsung front loade... READ MORE


My disposable nappies are leaking - will a cloth nappy cover over the top help?

Added on 20 June 2016 in General Info & Advice   |   0 comments

This might surprise you, but this is a really common question we're asked - usually by parents who exclusively use disposable nappies, but have a baby or toddler who is leaking out of their disposables at night. In desperation, parents come to us to ask whether putting a cloth nappy cover over the top will stop the leaks. The answer is… probably. Many parents find a cloth nappy cover is better at containing the wee than a disposable (yay for great elastic!) and if there’s only a little bit o... READ MORE


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