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Nature’s Child Organic Terry Flat Six Pack
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They say you get what you pay for! Well that’s very true here. The quality of these flat nappies explains the price – and they will last for two or more children.
Measuring 60x60cm it is the most affordable certified organic cotton nappy available in Australia. Fits newborn to toddler. 4 packets recommended for parents wanting to use this as their full time nappy.
1 – An NC Flat nappy costs $10 – that’s the cheapest organic nappy available
2 – An NC Flat nappy is the fastest drying nappy available.
3 – An NC Flat nappy has multiple uses, not just as a nappy. Think Burp cloth, lying around on a warm day with baby naked on one of these nappies, and for years later as your favourite cleaning cloth!
4- Flat Nappies compliment Modern Cloth Nappy System Beautifully. They have the greatest benefits for home use while your MCN is great for going out of the house.
5 – This 1 minute YOU tube link shows you the pitfalls and perfect way to fold a flat nappy
Watch our 1 minute movie on how to fold a cloth nappy in 30 seconds.
WATCH VIDEO ON HOW TO FOLD A CLOTH NAPPY HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_eBRVGf-TE
Easy Care and Washing Instructions.
Let us put your mind at ease strait away. 100% cotton is the hardiest fabric there is. You just get the bonus of no chemicals with our product! This fabric can be washed in hot or cold water, scrubbed, soaked, whatever you like. Cotton is hardwearing just like your favourite bath towel so you can happily use whichever method suits your home. In line with the organic nature of the fabric, we are confident in assuming you are already using eco friendly detergents. You can continue to use these.
There are 2 ways to wash your Luxury Towelling Flat Nappy Squares. The Wet Method ( soaking in a bucket with pre wash soaker before the final wash) or The Dry Pail Method. This method involves no soaking before washing and is often preferred by companies making fitted nappies so there is less wear and tear on elastics, snaps and velcro. It is also wonderful in times of drought or if you are on tank water. We describe both methods below for you.
DRY PAIL WASHING TIPS
Flush solids into the toilet.
Give the nappy a quick hand rinse under the laundry tap before storing in a dry nappy bucket. This will minimise staining, cut down on smell and stop potential fabric damage from acidic wee.
Once you have enough nappies for a wash, run your load through a warm pre-rinse cycle in the machine. This gets rid of any excess urine or soiling before the wash cycle.
Put your nappies through a normal/long wash cycle up to 60°C, with the amount of detergent recommended by the detergent manufacturer for your load size and water level.
Line dry for best results or tumble dry according to manufacturer’s directions.
Flush solids into the toilet. If using a nappy liners, bin your wet liners and only flush your poo liners.
Half Fill your Nappy Bucket with water and add a scoop of pre wash soaker. Be sure to keep the lid on the nappy pail as you put your dirty nappies in the bucket throughout the day.
At the end of the day when you have a bucket full of soaking nappies, put your wet nappies into the machines and run them through a cold or warm rinse cycle to get the dirty water out from soaking all day. This gets rid of any excess urine or soiling before the final wash cycle. Then simply put the wash cycle on and walk away.
Put your nappies through a normal/long wash cycle up to 60°C, with the amount of detergent recommended by the detergent manufacturer for your load size and water level. We recommend Tri Nature as our preferred detergent but any eco friendly detergents will be fine.
Line dry for best results or tumble dry according to manufacturer’s directions. If your nappies are a bit cold when you bring them in off the line at the end of the day, you can put them in the tumble dryer for a few minutes to fluff them up and ensure they are dry enough for immediate use.
Please note – Due to the bulky nature of this product there is a limit of 2 packs per customer on online orders.