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One Size AIO Cloth Diapers Nappy pocket diaper covers with Insert
How many diapers will I need?
First of all you need to determine how often you will be doing laundry.
With that in mind, here are some reasonable estimates about cloth diapers you will need:
Newborn to 4 months - 20 - 24 diapers
Infant (4 to 10 months) - 16 - 20 diapers
Toddler (10 months to potty training) - 12 - 16 diapers
Please note quantities are based on an average sized baby and if you wash every other day. More diapers will be needed if you go longer between washings.
One Size Cloth Diapers are:
Waterproof Outer layer is made from PUL (Polyurethane Laminate)
Inner layer of custom micro fleece that keeps baby dry
Choose your color from picture, tell us the quantity of Color NO.
Bright color could bring happy and harmonious feeling to baby: Science proves that bright color is good to baby on environmental cognition.
velcro tape to adjust the size
Fit baby weight from 3 kg to 13 kg (approximately 3 YO before potty train)
S.M.L all in one size (please adjust the button according to the body size of baby)
Suitable to be used during night time (approximately 10pm - 7 am) with 2 inserts. But it may varies to your baby's frequency of urination.
Why Choose Cloth Diapers?
Cloth diapers have changed considerably over the years, and offer many benefits to parents of newborns:
Disposables have lots of chemicals which have been associated with many physical problems. Diaper rash also increases with disposable diaper use due to allergies to chemicals, poor air flow and longer time spent in wet diapers which feel dry.
Benefits the environment
Cloth diapers are reusable. Quality cloth diapers will hold up for many washings and can be saved for the next child. Although energy is required for washing the diapers, it is a fraction of the energy used for disposables. Cloth diapers are also recyclable, making excellent cotton rags in their 'afterlife'.
Many studies have compared the costs of disposables diapers versus cloth washed at home, and cloth diapers provided by commercial diaper services. Results vary, but most agree that the cost of cloth diapers, home laundered, is considerably lower than buying disposables. Estimates range from $800 - $2000 in savings over the 3 years, and over 6000 diaper changes. Using a commercial diaper service, depending on which study you consult, is either comparable to, or a little less expensive, than using disposables. Check out your potential savings with this nifty
Whether you're using a prefold or fitted with cover to a pocket with insert, or an All in One diaper, they're easy to use. Once baby has soiled the diaper, you simply put it in a dry diaper pail or a hanging bag. For an older baby or toddler eating solids, you can shake loose poo into the toilet, and put the rest into your pail or bag. Once it's time to do laundry, just dump the contents of the pail or empty the bag out into the wash, in the case of the bag, turn it inside out and throw it in as well. I suggest doing a cold prewash to get rid of the urine & small solid bits. If you like, you can even put some tea tree oil or lavender in the prewash. Then just do a normal hot or warm/cold wash cycle (and a 2nd rinse) with less than usual detergent. Once the wash is done, you can dry most or all diapers hanging or in the dryer, whichever you choose. It's that easy!
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