Use Snappi Clips in replace of regular diaper pins!
How Do Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners Work?
There are teeth on each end of the Snappi that grip onto the fabric of cloth diapers and pull the points to a center. Snappis are used instead of diaper pins. Most babies can’t figure out how to remove them, so don’t worry about your little one ripping off their diapers by themselves!
When would I use a Snappi?
Whenever you would use a diaper pin! If using a prefold or flat cloth diaper, Snappis make sure the diaper stays in place and doesn't bunch up under the cover.
Snappis are made for regular flat or prefolded diapers that need to be held closed. Since Snappi fasteners work by gripping onto the fabric of diapers with little teeth, it will not work with fabrics that cannot be gripped like microfiber or thin gauzy weaves. Snappi fasteners work best with thick woven cotton fabrics. Washable cloth diapers made of microfiber or hemp cloth may not work as well with Snappis since they do not have a weave for the fasteners to grip on to. Snappis are the alternative to diaper pins.
Why Do People Love Snappis So Much?
Because they replace Diaper Pins! Snappis are the most popular and easiest to use cloth diaper fasteners in the market. Over 80 million units have been sold worldwide, and there is a lot of trust in the Snappi name.
Additionally, people really love these fasteners when using prefolds for night time diapering. Snappis are easy to use even half asleep in the middle of the night. They take less than 20 seconds to secure even with a wiggling baby. Old fashioned diaper pins are a nightmare with a squirming baby.