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15.12.20 / tips-tricks
1. Place nappy under baby’s bum
Not too high up the back, 1-2 cm above baby’s bum crack is just right.
2. Pull the front of the nappy over
Pull the front of the nappy up to bubs’ tum. Make sure it’s pulled high enough to provide a snug fit around the base.
Tip: The back and front of the cloth nappy should sit at an equal high all around bubs’ waist.
3. Secure the waist flaps
Pull the waist flaps and snap into place, but not too tight.
Tip: Leave enough wiggle room to slide 2-3 fingers into the waistband.
4. Tuck away excess waist fabric
Smooth any excess flaps around bubs’ waistline for a flat and comfy finish.
5. Tuck up excess front fabric
To get a nice smooth finish on the front, tuck front fold fabric upwards.
6. Tuck in the leg elastics
Tuck the leg elastics snugly into bubs’ knicker line to avoid leaks. You don’t want to see any visible leg gaps here.
If you need more information on setting up and sizing your cloth nappy before fitting to bubs, click here. If you are getting leaks, visit our leak diagnosis page where you can send in your specific questions and get tailored support, click here.
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