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Thread: Replacing Elastic in Cute Tooshies

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    Question Replacing Elastic in Cute Tooshies

    I have 3 cute tooshies that need the elastic replaced
    2 are pretty bad i.e. no elasticity in the legs and back, and the third is on it's way slowly

    How hard would it be for me to replace it? I'm not too bad on the machine, or is there someone in the Newcastle/Hunter/Sydney area that could do it for me?

    I really like these nappies as they are one of the only ones I have found to fit DS really well, so I don't want to see them go to waste

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    Noonee Wilga has a guide on their website on how to replace elastic under the DIY tutorials.

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    Thanks Yeddi!

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    If you contact bubblebubs they will usually do it for you. They have great customer service (I have found)


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