Bright Bots Terry Squares Overview
Bright Bots coloured terry squares make an excellent value and versatile cloth nappy system. Terry nappies have been used for generations. These Bright Bots coloured Terry Squares are more absorbent and superior quality to the thin cotton terry squares you will find on the high street.
Bright Bots terry nappies are lovely and fluffy reusable nappies, made from super thirsty absorbent terry and come in a range of beautiful bright coloured squares. They come in either
If you prefer a more traditional look with white then White Bots Terry Nappies are also available and are cheaper.
Bright Bots Terry Nappies are suitable for day or night time, at night you will just need to add additional booster(s).
With the cost of living crisis terry nappies will give you an incredibly hardworking and economical set of reusable nappies. Some families still prefer to have the "ease" of a fitted or all in one nappy for going out and about, in these cases a split of half terry squares and half another type of cloth nappy is very popular.
Are Terry Nappies Hard To Use?
Many people initially get nervous when I talk about Terry Squares or recommend them. There really is no need as they are incredibly simple to use, my children as toddlers used to help me fold terry nappies for their younger siblings or for demos. If a 3 year old can fold and fasten a Terry Square so can you!
Read our simple guide on how to use terry nappies.
They are approx 60cm x 60cm and are a one size reusable nappy.
Each pack contains 6 Bright Bots coloured reusable nappies.
How do I use it?
A Terry nappy is incredibly versatile. Using simple folds you can make the nappy fit exactly as your babies shape requires. Don't worry no scary nappy pins to use as the modern Nappi Nippa safely, quickly and securely holds the nappy in place.
Visit our terry square folding advice guides for diagrams on the different folds options. The Jo fold is the best one to start with, the bat fold is another good fold.
The Motherease Air Flow wrap is the best choice over terries, but if you are planning to pad fold your terries either occasionally or full time, you will need a gussetted velcro wrap like the Catcher wrap or the Bambinex wrap.
When you no longer need your Terries for nappies they will give you years of use as cleaning cloths! Some of my Terry Squares are approaching 18 years old and still going strong having been through 3 babies and now many years of cleaning.
Washing terry square nappies is very simple, they are pretty much an indestructible form of washable nappies.
Before first use put in a warm gentle machine wash cycle to bring them up to full absorbency.
Coloured terry squares MUST be washed separately for at least 5 washes and then check to see if colour is still running with a colour catcher.
Terry nappies can be washed up to 90deg but 60 deg really is the normal maximum you need and often 40deg is perfectly sufficient.
Terry nappies are best air dried from a cost and environmental view point. However a warm tumble dry fantastic for fluffing them to make the cotton soft terry towelling like new.
100% Coloured Cotton