The Chameleon is the latest innovation from Cushie Tushies. A unique One-Size design can be used either with Cushie Tushies reusable cloth absorbent boosters or Cushie Tushies Singles eco-friendly disposable nappy inserts.
The Chameleon outer cover is made from a plush outer layer of minky, a full layer of waterproof, yet breathable polyurethane laminate (PUL), and an inner lining of low- allergenic stay-dry microfleece.
When used as a full cloth nappy, The Chameleon comes with two absorbent boosters made from a seriously thirsty bamboo/cotton blend and topped with a stay-dry microfleece. The large booster snaps into the inside front of the cover and has elasticised gussets, which, when combined with the elastic leg holes of the nappy cover, provide double the protection from leaks and poosplosions! The nappies last 3-4 hours between changes during the day, whilst the stay-dry lining helps draw the moisture away from baby’s skin.
The Chameleon's One-Size-Fits-All design has been tested on boys and girls from newborn to toddler with great success.
To fit on a newborn (up to approx. 5kg): First, remove the mini booster completely (you will need this later when baby is bigger). Un-snap the large booster and fold the front half under. Fold the nappy up over baby’s tummy and then fold the top front of the nappy out and down. Fasten as normal. The more you fold the front down, the smaller the nappy will become and the tighter the fit around the legs.
To fit on a larger baby: Snap the large booster in place, add the mini booster on top, then place baby on top, fold the nappy over baby’s tummy and fasten using snaps.
To use at night: Once baby starts sleeping 6 hours or longer, boost the absorbency using a night booster. Lay the folded night booster underneath the snapped-in booster in the nappy.
To use when out and about: Use one of our Waterproof nappy bags to transport your Cushie Tushies nappies when out and about.
Mess-free flushable liners: Most people love our flushable liners as they make nappy changes really easy! They are very simple to use – lay them on top of the nappy (between the cloth nappy and baby's bottom) and then put the nappy on as usual. Basically, flushable liners catch the mess, which you then flush down the toilet leaving a relatively unsoiled nappy that is easy to wash.