Nappy Accessories

The successful development of the Fancypants brand of nappies has led to the development of other planet-friendly, natural products. We love our Proudly South African, cloth safe detergent, Super Nappy WashBamboo nappy liners are definitely a must! And we are proud to announce that we are stockists of our very own Baby Bum Balm as well as producing our Hemp flats in-house. See below for more information on these exciting products.

Super Nappy Wash

Super Nappy Wash has been specially formulated to eliminate odours and stains in cloth nappies.

This detergent cleans, deodorises, kills 99% of all bacteria, fungi & viruses and spores, whilst being completely safe for baby, your nappies and the environment.

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-Irritant
  • Non-Toxic
  • Non-Corrosive
  • Free of Parabens, Triclosan & Nitorsamine foaming agents

Can be used in a Washing Machine, hand washing or even a soak for stubborn smells and stains.


Baby Bum Balm

We have had a fancy baby bum balm made just for you. Our locally handcrafted balm is organic and natural, safe for baby’s bum and your cloth nappies. The finest ingredients have been selected to ensure that baby’s skin is kept nourished and moisturized. Our formulation is safe for sensitive skin and effective in the fight against rashes and dryness.

It is important to understand that traditional creams can be damaging to your cloth nappies. It is best to avoid products that contain Petroleum and Zinc. Should you choose to use these creams you must use Fleece liners to protect your nappies.


Fleece Liners

Made from ultra-soft MicroFleece, these washable liners will save you both time and money and keep baby dry.

The liner is used between the baby’s skin and the nappy. They are fantastic at catching the waste for easy disposal while keeping baby dry by wicking away the urine to the underlying layers. Fleece liners are great if your baby is a heavy wetter, helping to keep baby beautifully dry! These liners protect the nappy from stains, they are very easy to clean and dry very quickly.


Hemp Flats

Hemp Flats are a modern version of the old style cloth – think terrry squares (‘spoegdoeke’).
Hemp fabric is a popular choice as they are trimmer, faster drying and more absorbent than the old school terry toweling nappies. Hemp Flats are a single layer of absorbent fabric cut into a square. There are many ways to fold a flat to use as nappy. Most folds need to be secured with a snappi.


Hemp Wipes

Cloth wipes are the best way to clean your baby’s delicate bottom. They are cost effective, create less waste, and do not contain irritants like chemicals or soaps. Our 20x20cm Hemp squares are perfect for a thorough wipe during nappy changes and most cloth parents agree give a better clean. Our versatile wipes come in a handy mini wetbag so are perfect for families on the go.


Breast Pads

Washable breast pads are a cost-effective, environmentally friendly option for nursing moms. The Bamboo/organic Cotton pads are soft and comfortable as well as antibacterial and high absorbent. Available in a mini wetbag they are perfect for your handbag.


Biodegradable Liners

Our Bamboo Nappy Liners are made of 100% Bamboo. So again, you will always have all natural material against baby’s delicate skin. Bamboo is soft against baby’s skin and has antibacterial qualities which make it the ideal material to use for a nappy liner. And of course we wanted our liners to be as easy to use as possible – that’s why they are flushable and biodegradable. Try a pack of Bamboo liners and you’ll see that they are easy to use and make clean up a breeze.

To use the liner, lay it inside the nappy (sitting closest to baby’s skin). Moisture passes through the liner into the nappy, solids remain on liner. Remove and discard when changing nappy (cut or fold in half for newborns).

Each roll contains 100 Bamboo Nappy Liners (sized 14cm x 34cm) which are perforated for easy use.

It is important to note that although these liners are biodegradable, caution should be taken if you choose to flush the liners in the toilet, especially if you have a septic tank or older sewerage system.