Snappis were born after a father became frustrated with his daughter's diaper pins. He decided to design an easier way to fasten a cloth diaper on a baby. In 1987 Snappis were introduced to other parents at a trade fair. They were a hit. Since that time more than 50 million Snappi fasteners have been sold around the world.
Say good-bye to pin sticks from diaper pins, and enjoy the easy to use Snappi Diaper Fastener. Snappis allow you to securely fasten flats, prefolds, contours, or fitted diapers onto your baby. The T-shaped Snappi has grippy arms that hook onto the cloth diaper fabric, holding it in place. To keep the Snappi out of baby's reach, be sure to use a cloth diaper cover. When it is not in use, you can flip up the safety feature so the teeth are not exposed. The stretchy construction is CPSIA compliant and does not contain any silicone, latex, or modifying polymers.
Snappis are easy to use. Before first use, stretch the Snappi several times to help it become more flexible. To use them to fasten a cloth diaper on your baby, hold the cloth diaper in place and then hook the left side of the Snappi. Once that is secure, hook on the right side and finally hook the center. When stretching the Snappi in place, be sure to pull on the main body of the Snappi and not the safety loops. After checking that all the teeth are properly gripped, place a diaper cover over the cloth diaper.
Snappis are available in different sizes and colors at Thanks Mama. The Standard Size works well for infants and younger babies. With four extra inches of stretch, the Toddler Size is a good choice for toddlers who are 16 months and up. The Toddler Size should fit up to a 30 inch waist. Choose between bright colors, pastel colors, or white.