Pocket nappies offer you the possibility to adjust the absorbency to your child individually and to use the inserts you prefer. The nappies are equipped with one or two openings into which the inserts are inserted. A big advantage of pockets is that the inserts can't slip inside the nappy, so everything always stays in place. Another plus is the great flexibility of this system. Almost any insert can be used and you can put as many inserts inside the nappy as you want (or fit). Also, different sizes can be combined well. This way you can create very absorbent clothies that don't need to be changed as often. Pockets are very uncomplicated to use and are well suited for newcomers to cloth nappies, such as daycare staff or babysitters.
Example of pocket nappy: Rumparooz OBV Pocket
1. The new Rumparooz OBV Natural Pocket is available in the same designs as the multi-award winning Rumparooz One Size Pocket. However, the inside as well as the double inserts are made of bamboo, cotton (organic) and polyester, these inserts are attached together with snaps. Unlike other pocket nappies that use microfleece on the inside, the OBV Natural Pocket features an extra soft and absorbent gray velour fabric made of bamboo and cotton. Thanks to the dark gray interior, small stains remain almost invisible!
2. Place the absorbent pad/s in the pocket - The pads can also be completely customized to the needs of the child and the parents - decide for yourself how you want to use the pad! Place the
nappy fleece, nappy liner on top of the nappy (to catch the big business).
3. Four rows of snaps on the front allow you to adjust the nappy to fit your baby perfectly.
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