Covers


Fleece covers

Side snapping covers

  • Keep the one side snaps closed. Thread baby`s leg through the one side then pull it under the bum and over the top and snap up the other side.
  • The cover sits like little shorts. It does not sit in the panty line. Make sure you pull it down to just below the belly button. The legs do not fit snugly around baby`s thighs. Gaps are part of the fit. See below.
  • Rotate two to three a day for day time wear.
  • Be aware of hip carrying an older baby in a fleece cover after the nappy has been on for two to three hours. 
  • This is our recommended night nappy cover from three months.
  • Avoid clipping baby grows tightly over fleece covers. Cotton can pull moisture through and wet clothes. A nappy that is absorbent enough will work perfectly. 
  • If the fleece cover is ever damp, the nappy needs more layers. Add a booster to your nappy. It is not the cover that leaks - it is the nappy beneath.
  • Never tuck clothes into a cover or fleece longies.
  • Watch the video
Softshell covers

  • Keep the velcro tabs closed whilst in the wash/when being stored.
  • Fasten up the buttons until the cover starts to feel too small. A roomy cover is  a comfy cover.
  • Make sure no nappy is sticking out anywhere.
  • If clothes get wet, the nappy needs more boosting. It is not a cover that leaks- it is the nappy.
  • Watch our video.
 Fleece longies

  • Night nappy cover in colder weather.
  • Newborns - use a softshell cover beneath if using baby grows.
  • Day time - can be worn with a waterproof cover beneath if hip carrying/for outings.
  • Roll up the legs if you cant decide if it`s too cold.
  • Make sure no nappy is sticking out anywhere.
  • Never tuck clothes into longies.
  • The fit = a baggy comfy fit. It does not hug baby. Make to put the night nappy on snug. Check for any gaps if using flats just before a active toddler goes to bed.

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