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What's your favorite wool or fleece wrap for a laid in insert for a toddler (prefer no rise snaps) and night worthy for a heavy wetter. Bulky is ok

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Loveybums interlock wrap. We have Velcro. I got an XL based on her weight ranges, but it's HUGE on my 34 lb guy. But I love it all the same.
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Loveybums interlock wrap. We have Velcro. I got an XL based on her weight ranges, but it's HUGE on my 34 lb guy. But I love it all the same.
Do they still work even though it is big? I wish they were cheaper but I know wool is expensive.
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Re: Fav wool Or fleece wrap for a toddler

Wallypop fleece wraps work well for padfolding because they aren't a very stretchy fleece. And I've padfolded in ImseVimse wool wraps too. Either would work overnight.
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Old 03-23-2013, 01:23 PM   #6
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Wallypop fleece wraps work well for padfolding because they aren't a very stretchy fleece. And I've padfolded in ImseVimse wool wraps too. Either would work overnight.
I have a Medium Wally maybe I should try it. I think the velcro scratched him though. Maybe try for a nap IV looks nice too just not sure what size. Thanks rebecca
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Maybe these could pull up and down since the insert snaps into the front and back:

http://www.loveybums.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=4
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