Nappy Boosters and Inserts
Reusable nappy boosters are used for adding extra absorbency to your reusable nappy. Nappy boosters are often made from microfibre, cotton, bamboo or hemp.
Microfibre is quick to absorb but has least absorbency - which make them good for babies who are prone to flooding nappies, and also they dry quickly. Just note that microfibre is not a natural fibre like the others.
Cotton is also quick to absorb, but holds a little more than mircofibre.
Bamboo is the middle ground - average to absorb but high levels of absorbency.
Hemp is the most thirsty material of the 3. But the trade of is that it doesn't absorb as quickly.
Whats the difference between a nappy booster and nappy insert?
Generally an insert is what already comes with the nappy when purchased, where as a nappy booster is something that is added extra to this.