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Happy Flute VELCRO AIO Regular Newborn Cloth Diaper with a pocket

OsoCozy Chinese Prefold Diapers, Regular 2x5x2 (doz)

$16.95


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Regular cloth diapers soak up the water and become heavy. Because this causes drooping and sagging, matter can leak out, making cloth diapers a poor choice for use in swimming pools. Regular disposable diapers are designed to absorb moisture and hold it in, which causes this type of diaper to swell and become heavy. Regular disposable diapers are designed with thousands of tiny gel beads in the lining to absorb liquid. Water from the swimming pool can fill these little beads to the point that they burst, sending thousands of tiny gel beads, and whatever else was in the diaper, into the water. Swim diapers, whether cloth or disposable, are designed with water-resistant materials and a snug fit around the waist and legs to keep waste matter in without absorbing water from the pool.

Regular cloth diapers soak up the water and become heavy. Because this causes drooping and sagging, matter can leak out, making cloth diapers a poor choice for use in swimming pools. Regular disposable diapers are designed to absorb moisture and hold it in, which causes this type of diaper to swell and become heavy. Regular disposable diapers are designed with thousands of tiny gel beads in the lining to absorb liquid. Water from the swimming pool can fill these little beads to the point that they burst, sending thousands of tiny gel beads, and whatever else was in the diaper, into the water. Swim diapers, whether cloth or disposable, are designed with water-resistant materials and a snug fit around the waist and legs to keep waste matter in without absorbing water from the pool.

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These No Sew Cloth Diaper Liners are an easy project despite your sewing or crafting ability. Wash them along with your cloth diapers for a simple, no fuss companion to your regular cloth diapering routine.

A diaper only does its job if it stays on your child's bottom -- and stays in one piece. Since a regular disposable diaper absorbs fluid, it's more likely to reach its water-holding limits quickly. At that point, it will anchor your child in place, since it weighs more than he does, fall apart completely, or fall off and slide to the bottom of the pool, where it can't serve its basic purpose -- to keep urine and stool confined. If you're thinking about putting a regular cloth diaper on your child to avoid this, think again. Cloth diapers also soak up water and become heavy. Plus, they droop and sag -- so leaking is inevitable.