Good nappies but don’t use them for nighttime
On my second batch of eco by naty nappies. Bought them because they’re completely biodegradable and better for environment. Initially I was quite concerned about whether the nappy would last as the sticky tabs didn’t seem that adhesive and the back of nappy isn’t elastic, but realised you have to pull the tabs tightly and make sure they overlap when sticking it down to nappy. This has helped prevent leaks from the back of nappy from my experience. I haven’t tried these for nighttime as I’m a bit worried they won’t hold for the whole night. I use the non eco nappies for nighttime when she sleeps longer as I know they won’t leak as they can hold more. Overall I’m happy with them and will continue using for daytime
Purchased in September 2020 at Woolworths for $22.
Good eco nappy with room for improvement
I got caught at Woollies needing some disposable nappies to complement my MCNs; since Woolies doesn’t stock Tooshies, I thought I’d give Naty Eco a try. It performs well in general, although I’ve had a couple of leaks.
Performance. Absorbs well, although I find I have to change it about as frequently as a standard (not night) cloth nappy to prevent leaks.
Eco friendly. Made of plant based plastics and wood pulp (although not entirely). Note that while many of its components will break down, it’s not 100% biodégradable or compostable; no disposable nappies are at this stage.
Breathable and soft
Purchased in August 2019 at Woolworths Physical store for $22.
Great eco nappies, but need to pay a bit more attention to bub when using
I don't usually write reviews (but do check a lot) and found that I need to write something to give these Eco nappies justice as I saw so many bad reviews. They are super Eco-friendly you can tell they are almost just made of paper, that's why they don't tend to hold lots of liquid very well overtime. I mean, they are absorbent enough, but if you bub did a massive wee (or a couple of big ones) and you left it in there for a bit too long, then the outer "paper" layer won't be able to hold up and they get saggy and will leak if you bub do another...one in the meantime. So you will need to pay more attention to bub and change a very wet nappy very quickly. Otherwise there will be accidents. We have had quite a few and learnt the lessons. As for overnight, (my bub drink a lot before bed so he dose massive wee overnight) to avoid accidents, I put double nappies on, and I change him once around midnight, take the usually very wet one away, the second one is usually still completely dry, leave it on, and put another fresh one on top. Since I started doing this we don't have any accidents overnight anymore. I know it sounds not as convinient as other brands but I love the breathable material and gentleness of it on bub. And I think it's better to pay more attention to your baby than leaving him / her with very wet plastic non-leak nappies anyway. Another thing is you will need to put pants or bodysuit on bub (can't just have a singlet and nappy on) if yours is as active as my little one, otherwise bub's movement will rub the "paper" outer layer too much and break it. But, it's no nasties after all so I think it worths some effort. P.s. My bub has very sensitive skin and eczema and these nappies never give him any rash at all. Been using these for a few months now.
Purchased in November 2018.
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