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Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners - Pack of 3 (Mint color mix)

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About the Product

  • SIMPLE - only one item needed to create a snug fitting diaper - a reliable alternative to diaper pins
  • ECONOMICAL - allows for a less expensive cloth diapering system with regular prefold/countour/flat diapers
  • EFFECTIVE - holds the diaper snugly in place for baby's comfort; Also helps prevent leaks from a shifting diaper
  • Easy to clean - in hot soapy water
  • EASY - attaches in 3 simple steps; Stretchable non-toxic Snappi hooks into the diaper material for a strong closure.
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Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners - Pack of 3 (Mint color mix) + Thirsties Duo Wrap Snap, Blackbird, Size One + OsoCozy Prefolds Unbleached Cloth Diapers, Size 1, 6 Count
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Product Description

Color: White/Purple/Mint Green

Pack of 3 (purple, white, mint green) The Snappi® is a safer, more reliable, EASY to use fastener for cloth diapers that replaces the nasty diaper pins. The stretchable non-toxic Snappi® hooks into the diaper material to make a strong closure. They work best with diapers that have a loose enough weave for the Snappi® to hook into. (Snappi® terry cloth diapers, cotton pre-folds, and others) Note they do not work well with flannel or other tightly woven diapers. How to use your Snappi®: To improve elasticity, stretch your Snappi® fastener a few times before use. Step 1: Hook left Step 2: Stretch across and hook right Step 3: Stretch down and hook center The Snappi® should go from a "T" shape to a "Y" shape when stretched properly. Warning: Always use a cover over a Snappi fastener. Keep out of children's reach when not in use. Do not use a Snappi fastener on toddlers that have the ability to undo or take off their cover/diaper/clothes. Do not use your Snappi for longer than 6 months. Not UV resistant - exposure to the sun can reduce the effectiveness of the Snappi. CAUTION: Any tear in the Snappi can lead to separation of a piece, presenting a possible choking hazard. Inspect the Snappi before each use and discontinue using immediately if there is any sign of cracking, tearing, breakage or wear of the teeth or any other parts. Do not cut a Snappi as this may cause tearing.

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Color: White/Purple/Mint Green
Technical Details
Item Weight0.5 ounces
Product Dimensions1.8 x 5 x 0.2 inches
UPC833915000021
Item model number-9542
  
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ASINB001EH4W6G
Best Sellers Rank #4,637 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amy on October 12, 2009
Color: White/Purple/Mint Green
I've used this product for almost 5 years and have given them as gifts to people new to cloth diapering. They come looking fairly small and stiff, but if you stretch them according to the instructions they become longer and more flexible. They do not last indefinitely, but I've lost more than I've broken (maybe 2). This system is much safer in my opinion than pinning (ouch my fingers) a diaper on a wiggly kid. I tried to use prefolds and wrap style covers (Bummis) with no fastener initially and had problems with leaks. I've used Snappis with prefolds, wrap style covers with both aplix fasteners and snaps, and with pull-on covers. One of those small things in life that makes a task that you do over and over again that much easier.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A. Knox on May 6, 2009
Color: White/Purple/Mint Green
Snappis make putting on a diaper so easy. You do have to be careful not to get snagged by one, it does hurt, but happens less often and certainly hurts less than being stuck by a pin! They're great. Highly recommended. They make a great gift for cloth diaper users- you can never have too many.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. E. Riley on March 2, 2010
Color: Light Blue, Bright Blue, White Verified Purchase
If you are using cotton prefolds or flats, then these are a great alternative to the traditional diaper pins. However, they tend to tear up wool and fleece and have problems grabbing onto hemp and bamboo. It helps to stretch out the snappi a little before using the first time and remember to wipe it off with a wipe or wash it in cool water and dish soap every now and again. Hot water and excessive heat in general will weaken the material. Also there is a larger size for toddlers. I recommend buying this size at around 10-12 months. Speedy shipping and instructions included on package. I gave this four stars because it seems to only be effective when used on cotton fabric.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Koch on December 14, 2008
Color: White/Purple/Mint Green
Wish I'd have invented this! This is a great product and a must have for the parents who have chosen to cloth diaper with prefolds or flats. It's high quality and works like an ace bandage clip.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JTW on October 5, 2011
Color: Light Blue, Bright Blue, White Verified Purchase
These things are lot easier than using the safety pins! Just be careful to order the correct size for your baby or toddler so that it's not too tight on them. The first time I ordered them, I didn't know that they came in sizes. Just FYI!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Wiss on September 5, 2011
Color: White/Purple/Mint Green
With my 100% cotton prefolds, which are just a regular cotton and are not gauzy (not cheesecloth like some of the birdseye cloth diapers) I find that the top 2 Snappi "teeth" will fasten, mainly catching the stitching at the edge of the diaper, but the bottom prong doesn't always stay. When it detaches, it scratches me as I'm holding my baby and sometimes even rakes across my opposite breast while I'm feeding him. Worse, it might prick my little boy's hands if he ever got a hold of it. You really need to make sure that your diapers have a stitched seam or a loose gauze-like cloth for the Snappi to snag onto. My regular-weave cotton diapers don't always catch the Snappi well enough. Though I do feel that Snappis are safer than pins to put on, at least pins would have no problem staying on regardless of the type of cloth.

Also, the length is OK, I've gotten about six weeks of use out of them so far, but my son is growing so fast that they are already pulling the diaper very very tight. He is only 4 months old and in order to avoid him being uncomfortable I'll probably have to upgrade to toddler size in the next month. So, I feel like I'll have to find another solution for fastening his diaper anyway, probably pins since they don't have to stretch to fit. And I'm kicking myself, because I bought too many of these. One reviewer commented "you can never have too many" but that's entirely untrue. Since they don't really need to be washed, and I pull the Snappi off and replace the diaper right there (reusing the same Snappi), I never really need more than one, maybe two... the package of 3 is enough.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JPS on December 1, 2011
Color: Light Blue, Bright Blue, White
I have met several people who tried but gave up using cloth diapers because they were leaking. None of them used snappis - just tossed the cloth into the cover and hoped it would stay. Well, it will not - not even on a newborn, never mind on a crawling or walking baby. Even if you are using covers that provide a fairly tight fit (ones with velcro or snaps as opposed to pull-ons) it is best to shape and secure the cloth diaper onto your baby very much like you would do with a disposable, and use the cover for waterproofing. You can secure a prefold diaper with pins (which you have to be very careful with), tapes (which are messy and either stay on or don't) or snappi fasteners.
Snappis are safe (the little plastic teeth that grab the diaper do not scratch at all), easy to use, and they have never come off in my experience. (I'm cloth diapering my second child.) The package contains a picture of how it should be fitted over the diaper, as well as suggestions that 1. you should stretch it a few times before the first use to prolong its lifespan and 2. you should not pull it by the skinny end, or it will brake. Follow these and you will have a positive experience. I'm currently using only the fourth snappi (in 2+ years): one I broke because I pulled it holding the thin part that you are not supposed to and the second one broke after only a few days of use (I either didn't stretch it well or it was a damaged product). The third I used for over a year before it broke.
So they are very durable and really not expensive at all, therefore I suggest you get a few if you are planning to cloth diaper your child. It is a very small investment and makes prefold diapers (which are by far the cheapest option) almost as quick and easy to use as all-in-ones or fitted diapers.

PS I'm using cotton diapers and have used the same size snappi from 6 lb to 24 lb. I hope this helps.
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