Baby & Kids

When you add up the cost of disposable nappies from birth to potty, it can add up to thousands compared to only a few hundred for reusable nappies. Moreover, choosing reusable nappies will significantly reduce landfill waste and ensure that the waste is disposed of and treated properly through the water system.

Disposable nappies:

  • Add waste to landfill;
  • Can contain plastics; and
  • More expensive than reusables in the long-term

In comparison, reusable nappies:

  • Reusable;
  • Avoid waste to landfill; and
  • Do not contain harmful chemicals or plastics

Our picks:

Pop-in New Gen V2 reusable cloth nappy

Pop In nappies  are made from a Bamboo/cotton blend. Bamboo is antibacterial, anti-fungal, hypoallergenic, breathable and also very absorbent. It is 3x more absorbent than cotton, is sustainable and doesn’t need pesticides or fertilisers to grow. This makes bamboo the perfect choice for environmentally conscious parents. Pop In’s offer you a unique hybrid system. These nappies all come with a soaker and booster popped together in a waterproof outer shell; no need for any other parts. The stretchy tabs help ensure you get a great fit, and they have a gorgeously soft and incredibly absorbent bamboo inner. They have double gussets around the leg to protect against leaks and there is an additional absorbent panel within the outer shell. The snaps and velcro on the cover allow you to slowly enlarge the nappy from two directions and therefore change its fit as your child grows – this means that one size fits most babies from birth to toilet training (3.1 to 16kg).

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