Mothercare Shaped Terries Nappies Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare baby products
Description:Brand: Mothercare / Type: Nappies
Newest Review: ... at all bulky and dry a great deal quicker than regular Terries. With my toddler I find that they are now getting rather ... more
Customer Mothercare Shaped Terries Nappies Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/11/00, updated on 27/11/00 (Very useful, 147 readings)
Firstly note that these shaped terry nappies cost just two pounds each, while most other brands cost about 4 or 5 times as much. With this in mind it's not a wonder they are not as great as Koshies etc. They are however very cheap, not at all bulky and dry a great deal quicker than regular Terries. With my toddler I find that they are now getting rather small, but as he is two, that's not bad! I have ironed iron-on Velcro into them which is great because it means they don't need pins. It took me about an hour to do ten, but that was two years ago now, and was time well invested. This also makes them slightly wider as they are quite slim at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 07/08/00 (Very useful, 143 readings)
Did you know that 4% of all landfill is made up of disposable nappies?? Pretty frightening fact. When our son reached 7 months, my husband and I made a conscious decision to change over to re-usable nappies, partly for reasons of cost and partly because we found we had the equivalent of one whole extra dustbin bag of rubbish each week which was just nappies. We decided to get our first nappies from Mothercare. A pack of 12 super absorbant terry flat squares and a pack of 10 shaped nappies. I thought that the shaped ones would be sufficient, with a liner, for my son and they are a lot less bulky than folded terries. They are also completely rubbish!!! ... Read the complete review
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