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Our new Superdays OSFM Cloth Nappies

Posted in 'New Products' on June 13, 2011, 8:53 am
They are finally HERE!

Introducing our new modern cloth nappy to our range, Superdays ® OSFM

I can't believe it's been over a year since I tested these and had every intention to get them out into the public, but they do say good things always take time.  This nappy was made with the help of a team of people including a sample machinist and pattern maker.

I wanted to bring you the very best in cloth nappying with features that I found worked and loved and combined it all into the 1 nappy system. 



Available to purchase here



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Our new PUL Breast Pads

Posted in 'Breast Pads' on June 20, 2011, 9:01 am
Print PUL breast pads are fun, but many do not know I also offer solid pul breast pads.  Probably my fault as I tend to manufacture and supply the prints ones and everything else first.

So anyhow here they are, in their beautiful packaging already to hit some stores.




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Our new shipment of cloth menstrual pads

Posted in 'Cloth Pads' on June 27, 2011, 9:10 am
Eagerly awaiting our new shipment of cloth menstrual pads, I am so happy I have finally found a reliable and perfect manufacturer.  This really will take a chunk off my hands and give me some much needed time to concentrate on other strategic things.


Meanwhile, I thought I'd write about a common question in regards to menstrual pads.  I seem to get the common question of how many are needed to get you through your monthly flow.
The answer is quite simple and I usually recommend match it with how many disposables you use.  Check the measurements of your disposables and what type of absorbancy and you will definitely start on the right track.

I'll use my flow as an example - I am heavy the first 2 days, kind of light/average the next 2 days and spot on the last 1-2 days.  The first 2 days I use the L sized cloth menstrual pad and change every few hrs (dependant on how heavy your flow is) and then switching to more petite cloth pads over the week.


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