Years ago, reusable nappies were the only option available to parents. With the advent of the disposable nappy, the popularity of their reusable counterparts dipped considerably. However, reusable nappies have come a long way since the traditional terrycloth nappy and parents are beginning to opt for them more and more.
Reusable nappies are used with a nappy liner which is inserted into the nappy. Disposable liners can be flushed down the toilet while reusable liners can be washed and reused again.
Waterproof wraps are available for use with your reusable nappy. These wraps help prevent leaking through to baby’s clothes or bedding. Modern reusable nappies have done away with the safety pin and instead use poppers or Velcro as fasteners.