Wool Cover

(24 customer reviews)

$49.00

Australian Merino Wool Nappy Cover

Loved by parents all over the world and perfected over 16 years, our reusable wool diaper cover is a serious game changer for your night nappy needs.

The Magic of Wool

We aren’t joking, there is magic to this wool cover. It repels moisture back into the nappy keeping clothes & bedding dry all night long. Simply wash, lanolise and pop over your chosen night nappy AND wool is self cleaning (yes seriously) and only needs to be washed every few weeks when it get smelly.  Lanolin can be hard to find in the shops, so we created our own so grab one to get started on the magic of Wool Nappy Covers.

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Wool Nappy Cover is your Game Changer:

The must-have nappy cover essential for mastering cloth nappies at night. Simply add Lanolin for the ultimate magic dry night solution!

 

Why You’ll Love It:

 

Dry Nights Yeh Baby!: Seriously we all want more sleep. All. The. Time. So having a dry baby & dry bedding makes for one happy mumma & bubba. This wool cover repels moisture back into the nappy underneath keeping everything dry. With a little TLC and lanolising these covers are seriously the bomb for nights.

 

Breathable All Night Long: Being a natural fibre, wool is the most breathable type of cover you will find. It can hold up to 4 times its weight without feeling wet (seriously wool is amazing!) AND on those hot summer nights your little one will stay super cool. Surprising I know, but so true!

 

Big Booty Safe: Let’s face it .. Night Nappy = Big Booty Baby so you need a cover with super stretch in both directions to cover the nappy properly. These covers will fit over the biggest booty going round with our custom-made fine merino wool interlock.

 

Self Cleaning: … Well almost. Once these wool wraps care washed & lanolised, the beauty is that wool self neutralises & deodorises wee meaning you only need to wash these when they start to get smelly. Just air dry during the day and away you go each night. Seriously good, so a little bit of wool wash & lanolise once a month and you have the easiest night nappy cover ever!

 

Soft & Cuddly: These are beautifully made and designer with soft delicate skin in mind, so we only use 100% Australian Merino wool so they are soft against the skin. Babies with sensitive skin even love these covers!

 

Awards
2019 SACNU Favourite Wool Cover (Silver)
Plus rave reviews across the globe.

Also available in our Trial Packs & Night Starter Packs which get you a nice little discount too.


Product Specifications

Fabric: 97% Wool / 3% Spandex using 100% Australian Merino Wool.
Style: Pull Up
Washing: Separate to Nappies. Requires wool wash/lanolising
Sizing: Small (3-6kg), Med (6-11kg)  Large (10-16g)  & XL (15kg-21kg)

Please note: These do not come lanolised so you will need to lanolise them prior to using. They have different washing instructions to nappies – please see our Advice Hub

Wool Care & Lanolising

Wool covers require some extra care, but don’t worry, it’s not difficult!

BeeHinds wool covers only need washing every few weeks! (Providing they are not soiled and have been lanolised well enough).

When you change your baby’s nappy, hang the wool cover to air dry until you next need to use it again (it is best to alternate between covers when using wool). The lanolin in the wool neutralizes the urine, meaning your cover is self-cleaning.
Wash your cover prior to lanolising with a good wool wash detergent. You only need to re-wash your cover if it becomes soiled, stinky or dirty, or when it requires re- lanolising. If your baby is a heavy wetter with very strong urine, you will probably need to lanolise more regularly.

Baby BeeHinds wool covers can be machine washed, on the gentle cycle, inside a laundry or delicates bag.

Make sure you only wash in cold water using a gentle wool wash.
If you prefer, you may choose to wash by hand in cool water using soap flakes or wool wash (ideal). These are nice and gentle on the natural fibers of the wool.
Once clean, rinse well under cool water, lanolise, and then hang in the shade to dry.
Do not soak your wool covers in whitening or soaking solutions
Do not tumble dry

LANOLISING

In order for your wool cover to perform its best, it needs to be ‘ lanolised’. Lanolin is the natural oil found in wool that helps to keep sheep dry in the rain. The wool needs to have this lanolin replenished every couple of weeks to maintain its leak proof abilities. Don’t stress, lanolising is pretty simple and only needs to be done every 2-4 weeks!

The best product to use is ‘Lansinoh’, which is sold at chemists (commonly used to soothe sore nipples when breastfeeding). It is the purest form of lanolin available and is completely natural and hypoallergenic.

Simply fill a bucket or sink with about 5cm of very hot water, than add about 2 x pea-sized amount of pure lanolin and mix to melt and disperse.
Once the lanolin is melted and evenly dispersed throughout the hot water, add enough cold water to make it cool
Submerge your cover into the solution and squeeze the cover to distribute the lanolin into the fibres, then leave to soak for a couple of hours or overnight.
When you are ready to remove the cover, do not rinse it, just squeeze out the excess water by hand.
Roll your cover up in a towel to remove as much moisture as possible, and then lay flat in the shade to dry.
Re- lanolise every 2-4 weeks, or when the cover starts to get a bit stinky!

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Fabric: 97% Wool / 3% Spandex using 100% Australian Merino Wool.
Style: Pull Up
Washing: Separate to Nappies. Requires wool wash/lanolising
Sizing: Small (3-6kg), Med (6-11kg)  Large (10-16g)  & XL (15kg-21kg)

What our customers say about the product

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24 reviews for Wool Cover

  1. Elise Nandan

    I found this very hard to lanolise and get waterproof. I gave up on night nappies… it’s also hard as only fits to a certain size…

    • Baby BeeHinds (verified owner)

      Waterproofing your wool covers is super easy – our best tips are to use 1 teaspoon of lanolin per wool cover the first time you lanolise them, them then 1/2 teaspoon thereafter. Make sure you use 100% pure lanolin only and use something to emulsify the lanolin so its disperses evenly. A lanolised wool cover is also only as good as the nappy underneath so make sure you have enough absorbency for night time. Unfortunately the fabric composition doesn’t allow snaps to be added to make one-size, so that is why you see only sized wool covers on the market. Our covers have a generous stretch and high rise up the tummy to fit over all night nappy options… Nights is the hardest to get right so feel free to reach out to our customer service team for any help.

  2. Nerida Hopkins-Arnold (verified owner)

    I didn’t use wool covers with my big kids years ago but decided to give them a go with surprise baby. Very glad I did. Lanolising was much easier than Idanticipated

  3. devilsangel82

    Love these cover! They can be used overnight with a night nappy or during the day over the bamboo or hemp nappies. Even great over terry flats. They are a little more work due to the need to lanolise, but we’ll worth the extra work.

  4. Kate

    We had the older style of the wool cover first and it was perfect, five stars. When we moved up a size (large) the fit was not as good and didn’t make it all the way over the night nappy at the back. So we stopped using it and switched to the PUL covers. Would prefer wool for the breathability but couldn’t get the fit right the second time around.

  5. Lauren

    Great, lovely and soft against bub’s skin. Easy to clean.

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