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8 Way to Build A Cloth Nappy Stash on a Budget

Paying for your cloth nappies upfront can seem really daunting. A full time modern cloth nappy stash can cost up to $500-800 - about the same as some of those brand name prams, but less than the $1,900 to $3,000+ it costs for disposable nappies for one child. There are ways to reduce or spread the cost, though. 

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Are modern cloth nappies REALLY breathable?

Many people seeing modern cloth nappies for the first time and hearing about the waterproofing used in most of them (PUL or TPU) have a hard time understanding that a fabric can be both waterproof and breathable at the same time.

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How long should I expect cloth nappies to last?

This is quite a popular question, especially as many of us hope to use our cloth nappies for more than one child. It should not be assumed that nappies will last indefinitely or be able to be used on several children without showing wear.

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Do cloth nappies delay development?

Do cloth nappies delay a baby's developmental milestones like walking? It's the comparison in 'bulk' between disposable nappies and cloth nappies that usually raises this question. 

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Is PUL safe to use in cloth nappies?

This is a question we've come across several times recently. Apparently the suggestion is being made that ammonia from urine can react with the chemicals in PUL/TPU (the laminated waterproof fabric used in many modern cloth nappies), causing nappy rashes or eczema.

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