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Post by Dragonfly » Mon Mar 06, 2006 1:42 pm

I use whisper pants or MoonEze PUL covers on top of my snazzis...
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Post by figi9 » Sun Apr 09, 2006 10:33 pm

5 - for fit. I love these nappies. Have often wondered what the leak problem is all about as i have never had one. I always use a bummis whisper wrap over mine. i have seen lots of pictures of babies just in their snazzi. Doesn't this wet everything? would like to know how this works for others as i never get to show off my boy in his beautiful snazzi's, only the covers.

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Post by Gaia » Mon Apr 10, 2006 12:18 am

Hi!

5 here too.

Cajun is just about out of size 1 (rise is getting a little on the short side when he has a pooh) and into size 2 .

I love them.
In summer we don't use a cover in the day...just a tee or shirt.
How else am I going to spread the word and let the world know about MCN. My fav. is the rainbow...bright and noticable....how can anyone miss it.

Don't mind the drying time. I normally leave them on the deck on an airer for about 3-4 days. I don't put them in the sun to avoid fading. I leave them out for so long just to make sure the inner is dry...but I'm sure they take less time than that. ...just one of my 'quirks'.

Just won a snazzi tonight on TM...I love donating to the kidney kids. :D Now I will have 2 x size 2 snazzis. :) (Didn't think Cajun would ever fit size 2 )

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Post by charlotte » Mon Apr 10, 2006 2:19 pm

I brought 1 for DS and 1 for unborn over the weekend. They are so soft now with a fleecy outer. My other snazzi is nearly 2 years old and has a cotton outer is still soft but the new ones are just yummy. I too don't mind the drying time. I save it usually for going out or for day sleeps as I know how reliable they are.

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Post by ClothConvert » Mon Apr 10, 2006 3:24 pm

charlotte, I'm certain the snazzis are still cotton outer not fleece even though yes it does feel soft and look like fleece

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Post by Amethyst » Thu Apr 27, 2006 10:29 am

Definately a 5 for us. Both boys have used them and never had a poo bomb out! If I put 2 boosters in them they do Reuben overnight although we use sposies normally.
Take AGES to dry I put 7 in my dryer for a hour but they are so darn cute I'll be ordering more size 1's really soon!
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Post by figi9 » Sun May 07, 2006 10:24 pm

I have used nothing but snazzi's at night since night 3, 11 months ago. I love them so much i have started collecting them on trade me and a few more from pippa and i use them day and night. However, i have just discovered a compression problem. We go for an hours walk in the pram every day and DS has been soaked through his BSWW and clothes twice. :cry: Has anyone else had this problem??

i still love them, especially the rainbow and have just gotten a personalised one for DS 1st birthday next month. 8)

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Post by nova » Sun May 07, 2006 10:53 pm

i'd say thats more to do with your bsww than the snazzis :) tho you probably need to boost them a bit for your walks :smt023
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Post by ClothConvert » Mon May 08, 2006 12:12 pm

figi9 there are a few things to consider:

is he still in size 1? If so, then probably time ot try size 2s now for more absorbency
otherwise, yup as nova says more absorbency will be needed when they're sitting for a long time.
also there may be a build up on the BSWWs? Try soaking in a soak (Napisan or Ecostore or Next Generation) then rinse well, then put in hot dryer.
hope that helps :-)

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Post by figi9 » Wed May 10, 2006 11:02 pm

Thanks for the advice. I am using a mixture of size 1's and 2's as he has not grown out of the 1's yet. I find the fleece outers seem a bit bigger than the cotton pattern ones too.

I will try soaking my BSWW's. Does this not add more build up to them tho? I don't have a drier, so line drying it'll have to be.

I've got a rosies cover coming and will try him in one of his mother ease (rikki and airflow) covers and see if these make a difference. Will let you know.

I have to keep up my walks as I am only starting to fit into my clothes again nearly a year later!! LOL!

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Post by ClothConvert » Thu May 11, 2006 2:18 pm

no, Napisan should strip the build up.

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Post by figi9 » Sun May 14, 2006 10:49 am

Your right it is the covers not the snazzi's. That makes me very happy as I love snazzi's. Both the motherease airflow and rikki do not compress and nor does the Rosies fleece cover.
I have striped my bummis and will be trying them out again. Maybe without a drier they donot strip quite the same. Thanks for your advice, our walks are now dry and snazzi's are still my most favourite nappy. :D

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Post by ElaineD » Mon Sep 25, 2006 3:58 pm

Love my Snazzi's! We have a hemp one (posted a review on that thread already) and a 'ordinary' one with velour outer - the velour is gorgeous and soft!

Both Snazzi's are night-nappies for dd, and the both do a good 10-12 hours at the moment - no leaks! We use a Whisper Pant over the top.

Great fit and I always feel confident there will be no leaks with these.

And ditto that Pippa is wonderful to deal with. :D
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Post by rahel » Wed Nov 29, 2006 12:48 pm

Me too. Love my Snazzis :lol:
But I am also a bit annoyed. Yep!! Cause my boy is only 6 months old and 9 kg and he has already outgrown his size 1. Which sucks cause they are so cute. And I am not really allowed any more at the moment.
Oh and yep, the motherease Rikki cover fits over them just perfect. No leaks with that combo. I'm not much for the BSWW, got one but hardly ever used it.
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