• Sarah from Cloth Tots

How to lanolise your Wooly cover

If you're trying out night nappies, or you're a full-convert, no doubt you've come across woollen covers. These gorgeous little wooly shorts go over the top of your absorbent night nappy to waterproof your tot overnight. These pull-over covers are great because of wools amazing natural, breathable, and hypoallergenic properties. You can read more about these little beauties here.

Although these covers can be used multiple times, if not soiled, eventually they will need a wash. Just like your favourite knit, these covers need to be hand washed and prepared to ensure they remain absorbent and waterproof to keep your tot's night dry. Sound like too much work? Well we've got you covered. With a few easy steps you can easily wash and re-lanolise your woollen covers ready for bedtime.

What do you need:

  • Wool wash

  • 100% lanolin product

  • Kettle

  • Bucket/large container

Here we've put together a short video to show how you can easily lanolise your own covers. Play below ▶️

Still a little lost? Our night nappy packs come with everything you need to get started (including lanolin). Plus we're here to guide you through the whole experience, one step at a time.

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