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We're really pleased to introduce to the Woollykins Nappy Range these wonderful 100% organic wool nappy pants in short leg and longies by Ruskovilla Finland.
This is a very trim wool cover designed to work over any cotton cloth nappy system - works particularly well over our Disana tie-on nappy system. These wool nappy pants will keep your bub feeling dry and comfortable throughout the day. They require a little extra lanolising compared with Disana knitted nappy pants but they are a lighter option for day use especially in the summer. Pictured on Loki 9 months old in size 80 - rather long rise as they were big. He still wears the same pair at age 2.5. They fit like bike shorts and are less bulky for the summer.
Nappy pants 100 % organic merino wool, short leg, double layered.
Color: Natural (untreated) - cleans up very well with the Oxgall soap bar when needed. Can also be naturally dyed.
Sizes (fitted but stretchy): 60 (0-12m) and 80 cm (12-36m)
Made in Finland by Ruskovilla
Instructions for use:
Woollen Nappy pants are used together with cotton nappies that are sufficiently absorbent. Wash new nappy pants by hand before use, to make them soft and absorbent. New cotton nappies, too, need to be washed 2-3 times before their reach their best absorbency.
Woollen nappy pants don't need to be washed at every nappy change. If they are not soiled, then it is enough just to air them. If the nappy pants are soiled, rinse off by spraying and wash them with gentle wool soap. Stains can be removed with Sonnet/Disana's Gall Soap stain remover.
Sheep's wool contains lanolin, a fatty substance which chemically binds urine acids and converts them to lanolin soap. That is why any smell of urine disappears from the woollen pants on airing. With continued washing however the lanolin is lost. For this reason, woollen nappy pants should be retreated with lanolin form time to time (after about every second or third washing). Please be patient with new nappy pants - the wool begins its work slowly, so on the first days of use some damp may penetrate through.
Note! If a woollen garment is not in continuous use, it should be kept in a sealed bag - the less desirable lovers of wool (moths, beetles etc.) are so fond of it that they might otherwise eat it!
Care: Air frequently - wash seldom - protect against moths
Wool is self-cleaning: it reacts with oxygen in the air and neutralizes sweat. Frequent airing reduces the need to wash your garment. Wash wool preferably by hand in lukewarm water. Use Disana's organic wool shampoo for wool and silk. You can also wash your wool garment with a hand-wash program at 30 °C in a washing machine. Stains disappear with Sonett gall soap. Shape the garment whilst damp. The garment shrinks a little in the first wash. Protect wool against moths and beetles. When not in daily use, store it in a sealed plastic bag. Keep the product bag for storage.