Mothercare Terry Nappy Starter Set (collect instore) £42.99
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Mothercare Terry Nappy Starter Set (collect instore) £42.99

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Found 3rd Jan 2012
Great essential kit to start nurturing your newborn baby
Contains: 12 terry nappies, 1 pail, 1 soak (500g), 5 small waterproof pants
Nappy Pail: Use to soak soiled terry nappies until their next wash. Space-saving flat-back design to sit neatly against a wall. Strong carry handle. Easy-pour front. Secure lid to prevent odours escaping and spillages
Terry Nappies: Pack of 12 ultra-absorbent and super-soft, 100% pure cotton terry nappies
Waterproof Pants: Pack of 6, 0-6mths. Place over the terry nappy to help prevent leaks
Disposable Nappy Liners: Pack of 100 flushable one-way liners that let liquids pass through whilst solids are retained. Biodegradable. Environmentally friendly.
Nappy Pins: Pack of 12 super-safe snap-lock pins. With double action safety catch specially designed for use with terry nappies. Stainless steel
Nappy Sacks: Pack of 100 scented sacks with odour neutraliser. Compatible with Mothercare nappy bin
Nappy Soak 500g: Antibacterial nappy cleanser to freshen, deodorise, sanitise and sterilise all reusable textile nappies. No boiling, just soak and rinse. Hypoallergenic, perfume free, enzyme free, chlorine bleach free, biodegradeable
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Cold from me, sorry. Terry nappies are £1 each in most mill shops and they are much better quality than some you might find in high street shops and pharmacies.

Nappy buckets are £6.99 in Mothercare (part of a 3 for 2 range)

mothercare.com/Mot…r-7

Nappy pins and sacks are just pence from most places.

Waterproof pants are £5.99 for 5 (also on 3 for 2) mothercare.com/dp/…1_1

Sorry, but this is WAY overpriced.

I also want to add that Mothercare terry nappies and waterproof pants have got very poor reviews. Try Boots or Asda!
Was wondering, whats a "mill" shop??? was looking to try terries, doing my bit to save the planet

I was always told that Zorbit were the best manufacturer of flat nappies.
Edited by: "v8griff" 4th Jan 2012
A mill shop is a shop attached to or associated with a mill. Mills make things out of fabric :-/ A famous one being Dunelm. There's also Musbury Fabrics in Rossendale musburyfabrics.co.uk/
Oh, I never realised they sold nappies, do they stock them as normal or are they made to order? may be a mad question, just don't know? thx
Don't forget that some local councils give you cashback if you use re-useable nappies, here is a list of councils:

fill-your-pants.com/cou…tml

We got £25 cashback from our local council if we spent over £50 on re-useable nappy products.
v8griff

Oh, I never realised they sold nappies, do they stock them as normal or … Oh, I never realised they sold nappies, do they stock them as normal or are they made to order? may be a mad question, just don't know? thx



I know Musbury sell fab terry nappies for £1 each. 32 years ago my mum bought some for my brother when he was born and 2 years later, I had his nappies (I really don't like that thought, but at least my parents were eco!). They lasted two babies a total of 4 years and to this day she still uses them as cleaning cloths because they just won't wear out.

Last time I was in the mill shop with my mum I asked if she thought the quality of the nappies had declined since then, and she said they were well made and should 'do a couple of babies' lol! They are nice and fluffy and well woven so yeah, if I was a mum and a terry-using mum at that, I'd definitely go for those.

I am 99% sure Dunelm sell them but if you're thinking of going, it might be worth giving them a call first. You'll almost certainly find them in most mill shops.
Edited by: "squiff" 4th Jan 2012
Thanks so much, will give Musbury a try x
If you have problems let me know. I can pop down for you if you don't live nearby.
squiff

If you have problems let me know. I can pop down for you if you don't … If you have problems let me know. I can pop down for you if you don't live nearby.



How kind, will let you know x
Actually I don't live local, could I trouble you to pop in if/when u passing? if it's not too much bother?
I'm pretty much housebound at the mo (fibromyalgia/M.E). Do you have a 'baby in need'? I can probably get down there in a week or so. If you need them sooner you could give them a call and ask if they'll do mail order. I know some of the staff down there - they're incredibly friendly and will do anything to help anyone. It's worth a shot. If they can't, give me a shout and I'll see if I can get down there.
Oh there really isn't any rush, please don't put yourself out. A week or so is fine, but again please I don't want to trouble you
It's no trouble as long as you don't mind waiting a bit. Might it be worth a call anyway?
Good idea, try tomorrow
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