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Old 06-16-2006, 10:18 AM   #1
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wool? how is it different than pockets?

I have been using strickly pockets and it has been working great for us. However.... I see all the CUTE wool and I am so tempted to try them! I saw this set:
http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=51232&vid=255
posted on the kitty thread and I SO want to buy it! LOL! A kitty actually saved my baby's life, so I have become very pro kitty

SO anyway, what are the adantages to wool? Wool is used over a fitted? I know its a totally different system, but how does it compare to pockets?

Should I leave well enough alone or go for it and try some wool?

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Re: wool? how is it different than pockets?

Wool has antibacterial fibers so it doesn't have to be washed as much. BEWARE that its quite addicting! I used to be a pocket gal myself and since I've branched off to wool, I have as many wool pieces as I have pocket diapers, LOL. That set is REALLY adorable. It would be hard to resist, lol. If you really want to try it, I say go for it...but make sure you know that it CAN become addicting.
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