TOTAL 400 (worth 443.80)
package contains of:
- 1 Velcro CD (worth RM51)
- 1 Button CD (worth RM46)
- 1 Velcro Wording CD (worth RM53)
- 1 Button AIO CD (worth RM47)
- 1 Velcro AIO CD (worth RM52)
- 1 Button Printed CD (worth RM53)
- 1 Velcro Printed CD (worth RM57)
- 1 Wetbag (worth RM39.90)
- 1 Laundry Bag (worth RM19.90)
- 1 Hemp Insert (RM25)
TOTAL 400 only!! (worth 443.80)
ps: ku baru tau Lunatots ada hemp insert. for the info;
HEMP... is environmentally kind - the growth of hemp has less impact on our environment, requires less water to grow than cotton, requires less labour, and hemp can be reproduced much faster than cotton.
HEMP... has four times the durability and absorption of cotton.
HEMP... also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
What's the difference between Microfibre and Hemp?
Microfibre is a man made fabric (100% Polyester) that absorbs liquid rapidly like a sponge. It traps the liquid in the small gaps between the fibres. This means that if you place pressure on the fabric, the liquid is dispersed from the fabric. In comparison, Hemp is a natural plant based Fibre and is extremely absorbent, but absorbs more slowly. This is because the actual fibres absorb the liquid and swell leaving the fabric feeling damp. It takes A LOT of liquid to make hemp feel very wet. Hemp fibres alone are difficult to process into soft fabrics. 100% Hemp is scratchy and impractical. But Hemp BLENDED with cotton gives a much softer body to the yarn to make a fabric that is comfortable. All Baby Harmony Hemp inserts are made from a blended fabric of 55%Hemp and 45% Cotton.
Which is more absorbent, Microfibre or Hemp?
Microfibre is solely reliant on layering for it's absorbency potential. The more layers, the more it will hold. But be warned Microfibre can get very bulky if there are too many layers.
Hemp on the other hand, has not only the fibres absorbency potential on it's side, but also its processing.
I'm confused, which inserts are going to suit me?
It's really just a matter of personal preference. If you are really keen on natural fabrics then Hemp is your answer. Or if you just want to maximise your absorbency then a combination of Microfibre and Hemp will work well for you. If you 're watching the pennies but still want the best that both have to offer then go for Microfibre boosters and Hemp Fleece.
My husbands not convinced he could handle using cloth nappies. How can I make it easier for him to use them?
The best thing you can do is find out what things bother him about using cloth nappies to see if it's a reasonable issue. Showing him how easy it can be is the first step. If He can do a disposable - He can do Cloth. More often than not it's not the nappy change that's the problem for them it's what they do with it after they've taken it off. Create a system that works for you. And physically show Him what's involved and required in the immediate and long term clean up. He may even start to realise just how much you do and appreciate you more for it. Perhaps the biggest deciding factor for a male is the money you'll save not having to buy disposable nappies! It could mean the difference of a night out with your man and getting a babysitter once a month, rather than throwing a disposable nappy into the rubbish bin!!!! Something definitely worth considering.
Which type of closure is better Snaps or Velcro?
Everyone has their own opinions/preferences about this feature, but here are some of the pros and cons for each type.
Pros: Very effective and holds nappy in place well, Size adjusts to the growth of your child, laundry fold back tabs keeps hooks safe and clean functions most like a disposable would, Daddy friendly, sewn on so easy to remove and replace if necessary.
Cons: Can be stiff and scratchy, can catch on other fabrics, collects loose threads/fluff in hooks, maybe not as pretty to look at. May require replacing if not looked after well.
Pros: Looks neat and tidy, keeps nappy securely in place, size increment adjustments, easy to wash and no extra care required.
Cons: Size adjustments may not suit your baby if they're in between snap placements, can break (although not often if applied correctly), Great if your baby has figured out how to open velcro nappies, Can be tricky to snap shut when you're sleep deprived! or if baby is a wriggle worm!