How to use pocket nappies

There are a lot of different styles of cloth nappies available. The most popular of these is the pocket nappy.

Frank Nappies are a pocket style cloth nappy. Pocket nappies are made up of a waterproof layer, and a stay-dry layer of fabric with an opening at the back which forms a ‘pocket’. This allows you to place absorbent material like cloth nappy inserts inside the pocket to absorb liquid and keep baby’s skin dry. You can then remove the inserts before washing and drying the nappies. Pocket nappies dry faster than all in one style nappies.

They are customisable. You can customise the absorbency level by placing as few or as many cloth nappy inserts in the pocket as you need.

For a faster assembly of your Frank Nappies, try laying inserts directly on top of the stay dry fabric. Laying inserts in the nappy instead of stuffing them in the pocket will save you a lot of time.

If you are prepping nappies for daycare use and you want them to be as easy to use as possible, it is best to stuff the inserts inside the nappy ahead of time. It is also a good idea to have the rise snaps set to the correct setting for your child. This makes the nappy as easy to fit as a disposable nappy.

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