One size fits most AIO (All-in-one) nappies with waterproof PUL outer and stay-dry (micro-suede) lining.
- Stay-dry layer
- 2 layers bamboo terry
- 2 layers microfibre
- 4 layers bamboo terry
All-in-One nappies bring a little convenience and time saving back into the world of cloth nappies.
They’re designed to do away with the need to “stuff” inserts into the pocket/sleeve. Instead of having loose separate inserts, the inserts are sewn onto (attached to) the nappy, making it a “grab-‘n-go” nappy.
BiddyKins All-in-One nappies were one of the first cloth nappies to genuinely be custom designed right here in SA. After extensive research we combined the best features from several different nappies and combined them into one nappy, creating what we believe is the best All-in-One nappy available in SA.
Cloth moms agree, having voted it SA’s favourite All-in-One nappy.
A genuine custom designed All-in-One nappy is far more than just a simple pocket nappy with 2 standard inserts hastily sewn onto the lining:
- The tummy strip helps prevent moisture creep along the tummy.
- The insert layers, size and positioning were carefully researched to offer the best possible blend of absorbency AND trimness, ensuring that the inserts fit INSIDE the nappy, regardless of size adjusted setting!
- The 5 layer bamboo blend top insert, which includes a suedecloth “StayDry” layer, ensures baby feels dry and comfortable.
- The 4 layer bamboo pure lower insert ensures maximum absorption whilst remaining as trim as possible.
- The suedecloth “StayDry” lining that continues right up to the back elastic not only keeps baby feeling dry, but also ensures that ‘everything‘ is contained within the nappy !
When time does eventually come to boost the All-in-One nappy (since you will need to add absorbency when the little one gets closer to potty training) adding a booster insert is as simple as laying an additional hemp insert beneath the two existing insert flaps.
Keep in mind that since the inserts are permanently attached to the nappy, they can’t be removed and dried seperately (ie in a tumble drier). The entire nappy must be allowed to line dry.