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Disana Tie On Nappy

Disana Tie On Nappy

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£3.25   

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Nappy Overview

Disana knitted tie on nappy is a budget friendly onesize nappy made from organic cotton. The Disana tie on nappy is very popular for families who are looking for an entirely natural system as the system does not use velcro, plastic poppers or plastic nappi nippas to secure it. Combined with a Disana wool cover over the top every part is a natural polyester free fibre.

Disana tie on nappy is low absorbency on it's own but as baby grows you can just add generic boosters into the nappy to increase to the level of absorbency your baby needs.  The Little Lambs bamboo inserts or hemp boosters  which are both universal boosters.

Sizing

The length of the nappy is altered by folding down the back of the nappy to make it shorter. 

How do I use it?

Disana tie on nappy fastens using tie on cords rather than velcro or poppers.  Tying the nappy can be tricky and takes some practice.  We have had some parents who have told us they actually cut off the long cords and secured the nappy with a nappi nippa instead to increase speed of nappy changes.  This could lead to pulls on the nappy fabric but is worth a try if you're getting tied up with it!  The ties must be secured before washing otherwise you'll have a lot of knots to deal with after washing!


The nappy can be washed up to 60deg. Disana tie on nappy air dries quickly as it opens out but can be tumble dried if required.

Here is our link to our photo fitting guide for the Disana tie on nappy.

Nappy Fabric

 It is made from stretchy knitted fabric follows baby‘s every move, keeping the nappy flush with your child’s body even when she has a really good wiggle.

 



 

specifications

Brand:  Disana
Drying Speed:  Fast
Containment:  Average
Absorbency:  Low/Average
Looks:  Slim but wide
Change Speed:  Slow
Ease of Use:  Fiddly
Length:  Average
Fastening:  Tie or Nippas
Requires a Wrap?  Yes
Made In:  Germany
Day or Night:  Day only

Disana

Disana Care Guide

  • Prewash cotton nappies twice once before first use.
  • Remove all solid waste before washing cotton nappies
  • Remove any inserts from covers so they can thoroughly washed
  • Don't overload your machine.
  • Put your cotton nappies through a rinse cycle before the main wash
  • You can wash your cotton nappies at 40 or 60 deg using a full dose of detergent
  • Use a long cotton wash. Cotton nappies love a long wash
  • No harsh stain removers or bleach on cotton nappies or wool wraps.
  • No fabric softeners. They will reduce absorbency.
  • Ideally line dry or tumble dry cotton nappies on warm.

     
  • Disana Wool Covers must not be machine washed. Follow wool products instructions found here.

 

Disana Warranty


If you believe you have a faulty Disana product please contact The Nappy Lady with details of the fault and photos and we will liase with Easy Peasy so they can assess your warranty claim.

Disana's decision on any warranty claim is final.

 

Average Rating (6 Reviews):  
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Rating:  
Love these
Friday, 29 October 2021  | 

Prefer these to muslins, perfect for under the disana wool wraps.

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Rating:  
Amazing and so versatile
Wednesday, 27 October 2021  | 

I'm currently pregnant with my 3rd baby and wanted entirely natural products after having lots of sensitivities to unnatural products with my second. This was after successfully using miosolos with my first. I think a lot was to do with the fact the skin couldn't breathe and his skin so desperately needed that. Anyway I did lots of research and bought these tie on nappies with the disana brushed cotton insert. I've also purchased some thirties organic cotton doublers and a few hemp boosters. So whilst my new baby isn't here just yet I decided to try these nappies on was my 2nd child, the reason I opted for this system for the new baby. His skin is still incredibly sensitive and once he was potty trained we actually ended up moving to an eco disposable for overnight. He is almost 4 and very tall. I can no longer get a blueberry coverall around him. For him I used the tie on nappy, two boosters one organic cotton doubler and one hemp and the disana brushed cotton liner. I also bought him a pair of disana wool pants to go over the top in age 3-5. I have only one word for this system and its amazing! We have no leaks whatsoever (and we were from the disposables). His skin has never been better, sometimes when I go to bed he has wet and if I feel inside his wool pants it's soaking wet with urine, yet nothing is leaking out. By the morning the nappy no longer feels so wet, more damp because the moisture has been able to evaporate, which I think is one of the main reasons his skin is so much happier. There is literally not one part of me that worries about these being a problem for a younger child. They really are a true birth to potty nappy if you get your boosting right, they will fit my almost 4yo for a long while yet, hopefully until he becomes dry overnight. They are bulky, especially with the wool pants, but the comfort to a child beats that for me. I can't rate them highly enough

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Rating:  
Disana tie on nappies
Tuesday, 14 September 2021  | 

I bought these after trying a few products from Disana. We generally use flat nappies and wraps so wanted to give these a try. They are lovely and soft, beautifully packaged and excellent value for money. We use the during the day with a bamboo booster and with the Disana brushed cotton insert and a hemp booster for the night. The seem so comfortable and I like that they’re organic and breathable. It took a few go’s to get used to the wrapping but found a YouTube video that helped. I would definitely recommend giving these a try.

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Rating:  
Not for everyone
Monday, 12 July 2021  | 

I like this type of diaperring system, it works a lot like fitted diapers but requires tying. It's both absorbent and breathable, I gave it 4 stars even though I use them a lot because it's not for everyone

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Rating:  
Brilliant nappy
Friday, 8 June 2018  | 

Bit fiddly when you have a wriggly one and bulky if ussd in daytime but so soft, breathable and comfy. Very absorbant (used as the full system overnight with insert and woolen cover). Totally size adjustable and excellent price. Not recommended for day care or quick changes but for a comfy, cool or warm nappy depending on the weather that is very breathable, it is perfect.

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Rating:  
Works fine for smaller children
Friday, 28 July 2017  | 

I got the Disana wool nappies as a pack including these tie nappies, fleecy cotton flats which you use as boosters, and the wool cover. I got them because my daughter had an extreme case of nappy rash that just wouldn't go away - but healed after two days in wool!

They worked extremely well for us until my daughter turned 13 months and became a heavy wetter over night.

Tying the nappy is a bit of a learning curve, as you have to cross the ties at the back, and bring them back around the front - 18th century style, they are even depicted in the works of Wilhelm Busch! But they give a nice tight fit around the legs, are quite trim, and the knit cotton is flexible and soft.

Our oldest has now out-peed them, but number two will be along in just a few months, and they'll see more use, then!

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