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Frequently Asked Questions


Common
What style are your nappies
Do your nappies need a cover
How many nappies will I need
Why is cloth so expensive
What about the poo!
How hard is it to care for cloth nappies
Do you offer a warrenty
Do you offer layby
Do you offer custom orders

Common

What style are your nappies
All our nappies are an AI2 (All in two) style. They are made up of a the shell which has a waterproof layer in the middle of the outer and inner layers and come with a standard 8 layer bamboo lay in booster

Do your nappies need a cover
No, Fluff E. Stuff nappies do not require a cover, they come with a hidden layer of PUL (Polyurethane laminate)

How many nappies will I need
To start using cloth nappies you only need one. For every cloth nappy you use, you are helping to reduce your childs impact on our environment. You don't need to buy a full stash straight away, you can slowly build up your stash as you can afford it. The average nappy stash is around 24

Why is cloth so expensive
It may seem that way but in the long run you are saving money. A lot of people often say "but I can buy a whole box of disposables for the cos of one of your nappies" While that is true it doesn't make it a cheaper option as you only use each one of those nappies once before throwing it away. Where as with the cloth nappy you can use it hundreds of times before it will need replaying. The average cost of disposable nappies for one child from newborn to toilet training is around $3,500 -$4,000 The average cost of a stash of cloth nappies is around $400-$500 add in the cost of washing (electricity and water)$150.00 over 2.5 years.

What about the poo!
Yes you have to deal with poo BUT no matter what nappy system you use you always have to deal with poo. It even states on the packet of the disposible nappies that all solids are to be disposed of down the toilet before throwing away. This is due to potential hazards of untreated human waste sitting in landfills. But if you are worried about dealing with poo there are a few options to help You can use a nappy spray system such as a little squirt You can use reusable cloth liners You can use biodegradable/flushable liners

How hard is it to care for cloth nappies
Its as easy as 1 2 3 1 Dispose of any solids down the toilet 2 Put nappy into a dry pale (you do not soak them) 3 Wash as per normal using 1/4 of the detergent you would normally use More detailed care instructions can be found in the product information link.

Do you offer a warrenty
Yes, all products carry a 4 month warranty from date of purchase for the original purchaser, if used in accordance with care instructions.

Do you offer layby
Yes I am more than happy to discuss payment plans when buying 2 nappies or more

Do you offer custom orders
Yes, custom orders are very welcome, please email me at fluffe.stuff@yahoo.com.au to discuss any ideas you may have

 
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