All-in-two nappies are similar in design to the all-in-ones, but with the added step of inserting (and removing) the absorbent part (known as the insert) of the nappy before and after use. These inserts can usually either be snapped into place using poppers or simply placed inside the outer shell or wrap. Being able to remove the insert and pop in a clean one means that the outer shell of the nappy can be re-used straight away if it is not soiled. Removing the inserts also speeds up drying time, a massive bonus in wet weather when they cannot be line dried. Examples of an all-in-two nappy are the Close Parent Pop-In and the Bambooty Basics.