Do you want to use cloth nappies, but you're not sure you can handle it? The Close Pop-in modern cloth nappies are so easy to use, you'll be able to get into cloth nappies quicker than you think. This helps you to save money, protect the environment, and feel good about what you're putting next to your baby's skin.
The Close Pop-in is a nappy fitting from newborn through to toilet training. It's also one of the easiest cloth nappies to use on the market, with an innovative "pop in" system of colour coded pop buttons which makes putting the nappy together simple.
Parents love that:
- One size fits all - which means you don't need to buy as many nappies.
- The gusseting around legs helps your baby stay dry, and is as leak proof as the best disposable nappies.
- The soft and super absorbant minkee liners keep sensitive bottoms fresh, and there's no chemicals to worry about. However, you can also switch the inners for bamboo inserts, if you prefer.
- The fun pastel colours add a pop of personality and interest. These nappies are also available in prints and bright colours, so you can build a unique collection over time.
Babies love that:
- These nappies are comfortable for their little bottoms.
- They have really fun colours and prints to enjoy.
What's included in the pack?
The big box contains everything you need to start using cloth nappies full-time. This makes the perfect and most generous gift for new parents.
Inside the box you will find:
- 20 x V2 Pop-in Nappies with either bamboo or minkee insert options
- 6 x Night Boosters
- 1 x medium wetbag
- 1 pack of 160 disposable liners
How much money can you save?
The average baby could use 6000 disposable nappies in 2.5 years.
We price-checked at Countdown Supermarket, November 2017.
Average costs were:
- Homebrand, 30 cents a nappy = $1,800
- Treasures, 56 cents a nappy = $3,360
- Huggies, 64 cents a nappy = $3,840
You only really need to buy this big box of cloth nappies, and even calculating the cost of washing, it works out costing a lot less. (Not to mention the environmental cost.)
What support is out there?
At Baby Box we can teach you how to use your close pop-in nappies.
We also recommend the following websites:
- Kate Meads Waste Free Parenting - Cloth Nappies info.
- The Close Parent website - For info on Close Pop-in nappies, and trouble shooting.
Need to see it in action?
This video is very good at describing how close pop-in nappies work. Just note that the demo nappy is not the version 2 that we sell - the version 2 goes from newborn and has laundry tabs included.
What does the Nappy Lady say about Pop-In nappies?
Kate Meads, New Zealand's nappy lady, has great things to say about Close Pop-in:
Also available in brights.