Cloth nappies offer huge financial savings but finding the money to cover the upfront cost of purchasing a shaped nappy system, can be daunting and quite simply unaffordable for some people. It’s easier to keep spending £10+ a week on disposables, even if long term parents know this will cost them far more. While it’s true that modern shaped nappies will generally offer better containment and higher absorbency, parents should not over look the benefits of traditional Terry Squares.
Terry squares are far easier to use than many people imagine, are the cheapest nappies you can buy and they dry very quickly so there is no need to consider buying or running an expensive tumble drier , (I’ve never used a tumble drier for my nappies even when I had two in nappies).
I’ve just created a new Terry Square economy birth to potty set. The set contains everything you’ll need to last your baby birth to potty (day and night) for only £100. The set contains two types of terry squares, the Junior Joy economy cotton squares for daytime and the higher absorbency bamboo squares for night time. To keep the price down further I’ve included the Bambinex birth to potty wraps (10-35lbs), so that you don’t have to keep buying different sized wraps. This set will save you a fortune and will pay for itself within a few weeks. Add in some washable wipes so that you can stop using cotton wool or disposables wipes and the combined saving on nappies and wipes is going to be approx £1000 per child!
There are many other ways to save money when having a baby, my top 3 cost saving methods are:
Buying at NCT Nearly new sales/charity shops/swapping with friends
Making your own baby food (costs a fraction of shop bought).
What ways have you saved money?
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