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Angel Care Nappy disposable now £5 at Mothercare
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Angel Care Nappy disposable now £5 at Mothercare

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Posted 11th Aug 2019

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Saw this instore at Milton Keynes mothercare. Hopefully good for other parents.

Available online also. Thanks Kewlguy

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Well it would of been good for other parents if you didnt buy the whole shelf! 🙈 have some heat!
Edited by: "KewlGuy" 11th Aug 2019
Thanks have ordered with free c&c
I don't understand this. Surely you just put the nappy in a bin?
CaptainSocks11/08/2019 16:30

I don't understand this. Surely you just put the nappy in a bin?


That's why they have been reduced. Too many lazy people out there
Eventually it does. But it really makes a difference smelling it the once vs smelling it throughout your house have the tommie tippe one and that keeps the room smelling of roses.
CaptainSocks11/08/2019 16:30

I don't understand this. Surely you just put the nappy in a bin?


As pidz said, it stops the room a normal bin would be stored in from smelling like baby poo and dissipating throughout the house. I have one in my bedroom where the nappy change is normally done and there’s no hint of a smell in the room. Really worthwhile especially at this price
This looks to be exactly the same as the litter locker we had for our cats. So it’s good for disposing of smelly used litter as well!
Excellent bin, we have two, but bought the refills in the 30m rolls instead which saves a fortune (a bit more effort though)
EdinburghShop8511/08/2019 21:43

Excellent bin, we have two, but bought the refills in the 30m rolls …Excellent bin, we have two, but bought the refills in the 30m rolls instead which saves a fortune (a bit more effort though)


Where do you get the refills? Amazon/Ebay? Care to recommend one - I've looked but most of them have terrible reviews.
r2mahara12/08/2019 10:57

Where do you get the refills? Amazon/Ebay? Care to recommend one - I've …Where do you get the refills? Amazon/Ebay? Care to recommend one - I've looked but most of them have terrible reviews.


Think it was amazon (this roll has lasted at least 4 months already!). Reviews were not good but it was mostly due to how difficult it is to get into the old cartridge (I tried once and it’s a faff, now I just cut a length, tie one side and wrap the other side on the old cartridge, just means no nifty pull through of a new bag but for the £ you save I think it’s worth it)
arahman198611/08/2019 18:47

As pidz said, it stops the room a normal bin would be stored in from …As pidz said, it stops the room a normal bin would be stored in from smelling like baby poo and dissipating throughout the house. I have one in my bedroom where the nappy change is normally done and there’s no hint of a smell in the room. Really worthwhile especially at this price


So for people in flats without gardens then? Gotcha.
Nope I’ve got 2 and I live in a house and a garden, and I’d recommend it always.

One of those where it’s easier to comment on when you’ve had a baby. Assuming you haven’t.
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 15th Aug 2019
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