Did you know that every baby will need around 5,000 nappy changes before he or she is toilet-trained? If your baby uses disposable nappies, that’s a lot of rubbish in your bin – not to mention a lot of money.

There is an alternative, however and if you think that that means lots of extra work, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.

Saves Money

It is easy to spend upwards of £10 per week on disposable nappies, nappy sacks and baby wipes during the first 2.5 years of infancy, that equates to around £1300 just to reach potty training. Even purchasing a more expensive washable option you could easily do that for under £500.

Easy to Use

All in one washable nappies with fastenings such as aplix/popper have revolutionised nappy changing time.


Bright, colourful, fun a huge range of prints and designs to suit everyone’s taste, from block colours to collectable designer prints the choice is yours.

Saves Waste

In the UK we get through 500,000 tonnes of disposable nappies every year, this ends up in landfill sites and when they run out of landfill that will mean an increase in large scale incinerators ... would you want one in your neighbourhood?


By putting natural breathable fabrics like organic cotton against your baby you are helping protect your baby’s delicate skin, which is five times thinner than that of an adult.


The Nappy Network mission statement

‘To facilitate the use of washable nappies and raise awareness of their many benefits.’