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Beam Me Up Some Info, Scotty
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.
OK, I like the Idea. How Do I Use It...
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.
Snappis Are an Easy, Cute Present
OK, so admittedly we’re biased, but we’ve heard that moms love receiving Snappis as presents. Many moms receive Snappis at baby showers or right after their baby was born. It’s a fun, low-commitment way to get others involved in the cloth diaper community. Also, this will help us all get rid of those ugly, cheap cloth safety pins…
Boring Legal Stuff
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 sun can reduce the effectiveness of the Snappi.