Bummis (Real) Whisper Pants

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Post by Angie » Fri Oct 21, 2005 1:44 pm

Lauriel wrote:Mine have turned a greyish pink for some reason.


I love my whisper pants too but have recently noticed that H's large SWP have turned a strange greyish-pink too, not that it makes any difference to how they perform. The medium pair that has had a lot of use hasn't discoloured though. Strange.
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Post by embejo » Fri Oct 21, 2005 1:54 pm

Me too! (greyish pinky colour.) Doesn't effect performance, but they don't look as nice. I think it could be from dyes from other coloured pockets and nappies? Not sure.
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Post by sable » Mon Nov 28, 2005 4:40 pm

I really like my one of these too. I'm using a medium, but find it's not quite high enough at the waist for some of the nappies (hemp snazzi size 2). I think I should really get a Large, but can't justify spending at the moment.
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Post by Brownie » Wed Dec 14, 2005 7:41 pm

I absolutely love my SWP. I have 2 pairs of medium. I use them over fitteds, and they are sooo trim.
As said previously, they aren't too pretty. Best under clothes.
I always use them at night over DS's Snazzi hemp fitteds, with a Snazzi fleece topped booster and an extra fleece liner for extra stay-dry.
Never any leaks of wee even overnight.
Have had the odd blowout of poo at the back when it's been a really large one, but they almost always contain any leaks from the fitted.

The older cover of my two has gone grey. I find that it gets pink bits where any poo has gotten on it. If I wash the poo off with Sunlight soap straight away and then hang it on the line, the pink goes away.

5/5 for these covers.
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Post by aylasmummy » Tue Jan 31, 2006 6:47 pm

These dont look the best on but i put them on over nappies such as snazzipants so as not to add extra bulk over an already bulky nappy.The ones i have have gone grey but they still work just as well :)

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Post by Koastal » Sat Oct 28, 2006 5:38 pm

OMG, this has to be the best cover ever. I was not keen to try one and after trying most of the other brands (which let me down) I finally decided to give it ago. This cover has not let me down (even with tummy bug poo's). It's light weight, not at all bulky, easy peasy to put on and it's really sheer so you can still see the lovely prints on your nappies. I give it two thumbs up and can't wait to get more.

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