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SNAPPI Diaper Fastener Clearance

By Catherine Mcdiarmid-Watt @frugalfreebies
Image: SNAPPI Diaper Fastener Clearance - Save now before they are all gone!The quicker, safer way to fasten your baby's cloth diapers!
A must for a cloth diapering parent:
Easy-to-use, safer, and more reliable alternative to diaper pins.
Stays securely in place to ensure a comfortable secure fit.
Easy-to-care-for and can be sterilized in hot water
Stretchable non-toxic Snappi® hooks into the diaper material to make a strong closure.
Reg. $11.99, SALE - 1/$2.00, 3/$5.00!
Save now before they are all gone!--

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