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More about our swim nappies...

Our swim nappies are especially designed for swimming. You can also use a ‘normal’ happy nappy, but these are not as great for swimming as the swim nappies since the ‘normal’ nappies have a micro-fleece lining inside instead of a waterproof lining

  • Lightweight fabrics that won’t weigh baby down
  • Adjustable to ensure your baby enjoys the perfect fit for longer
  • No need to bring a full bag of diapers, just wash and reuse
  • Inserts and liners are not needed in our swim nappies, you are ready to go!

After swimming, you can store the swim nappy in one of our waterproof wetbags. Once home, you wash and air dry

There is no need to use an insert in the swim nappies since swim nappies do not absorb any liquid, they just keep solids in place.

How does it work?

It is a diaper + swimwear in one

What else do I need?

No inserts or liners needed. All you need is a swim nappy

Will it get very wet?

Not really, just like your own swimmers

What size?

One size and adjustable to fit most babies (3.5kg-16kg)

Perfect gift!

A wonderfull gift to a newborn or 1 year old

Frequently asked questions

  • Happy Naps are diapers that you can wash and reuse. The nappies are adjustable and fit newborns up to toddlers. You can read all about it in our E-Book. For questions, you can send us a whatsapp at any time of the day.
  • Yes! Happy Naps are especially designed to be easy to use. They work pretty much the same as a disposable diaper, but these you don't throw away. Happy nappies are very easy to put on and adjustable to fit perfectly around every tiny baby bum. The nappies are very easy to wash, dry in no time and the colours won't fade. You can use a biodegradable liner to make cleaning a number two even easier.
  • Happy Naps are adjustable and made to fit all babies between 3.5 and 16kg.
  • When babies are newborn and solely milk-fed, the poo is water-soluble and can be washed off in the washing machine. Therefore, there is no need to dispose of the poo. When your baby starts eating solids, the poo will slowly become more solid as well. At this stage you can consider to start using liners, so you can easily get rid of the solid poo. Our 100% plant-based liners make cleaning up a number two super simple and will also help prevent rash creams and ointments from ruining the fabric’s absorbency.
  • While it may feel overwhelming at first, cleaning cloth nappies is easy— no soaking or scrubbing is required. By following these instructions, you will help preserve the quality and extend the life of your Happy Naps. Step 1 Take the liner out of the nappy and dispose of it in rubbish or, if not using a liner, ‘empty’ the nappy in the toilet. Put nappy with insert in a dry pail lined with a wetbag. Please do not soak the nappies; dry-pailing is better for your nappies. To make the nappy bucket smell nicer: soak a muslin in some water with a couple of drops lavender essential oil, wring the muslin out loosely and then leave it over the top of your nappies – as you add additional nappies, place them underneath this cover. Step 2 Run a rinse cycle on COLD temperature with half a scoop laundry-powder and Blue Biotex. A rinse cycle is better than a prewash as modern machines are so water efficient; they often reuse water from a prewash whereas rinse cycle water is always fully drained away. Step 3 Now, take the inserts out of the pocket. Wash the nappies and inserts on a long cycle (max. 60 degrees, 1200 revs) and add a full scoop laundry- powder into the drum. Add cloths or towels until the machine is 3⁄4 full, just be careful with metal zippers and sharp items. If your washing machine does not use enough water, it helps to add a wet towel to the washing load. When your nappies come out of the machine your nappies should smell of nothing. If you can still smell detergent, you have used too much. If they do smell unclean after washing, they have not been washed long enough, the wrong dose of detergent has been used, the washing load has been too big, or your machine needs a maintenance cycle run. If you are not sure about your detergent, please check with us. Step 4 Air dry the nappies and inserts. Never place the nappies on a radiator, just hang to dry over two clotheslines and make sure the elastics do not stretch out too much. You can also tumble dry the inserts on low to medium heat together with a dry towel to speed up drying time. If you use your nappies during the night, you may notice they can get smellier than daytime nappies. It helps to hand rinse the used night nappy in warm water with a tiny bit of laundry detergent before you add the nappy to the dry pail. Make sure not to keep dirty nappies in here for longer than two days to prevent ammonia build-up.
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