Dr. Bubbs Reusable Diaper Series (3 Pack)
Inner Layer: The soft polyester fleece inner layer gently touches our baby's skin. This layer can wich moisture away from babies skin and keep bottom dry.There is a pocket opening located in the inner layer to accommodate the microfiber inserts/liners, you can stuff the insert inside the pocket for maximum absorbency.All of these advanced designs are to make your baby feel easy and comfortable. That is what all parents are happy to see.
Outer Layer: The Outer/Cover Layer is made from New lmproved Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Laminated Fabric, which is highly Water-Resistant, Breathable and Very Durable. it can be washed without any deformation and gives an ideal protection for your baby, the bed and linens from leakage.
|Babies weighing 3-16kg|
One size design:
|S.M.L all in one size. (Please adjust the button according to the body size of baby.|
Benefits of using Cloth diapers:
Save money: According to some studies, the budget for disposable diapers is estimated at $50 to $80 per months. The number of cloth diapers you will need for 1 child during his first years varies from 20 to 30 depending on how often you will wash them. The nappies we sell on our online or eBay shops are roughly $39 for a package of 10. The only extra money you will need to spend is for hot water, electricity and detergent. Therefore you can see easily the savings you can get from using our washable nappies.
Protect environment: At a first glance the use of water to wash reusable nappies may appear as a bad point. Nevertheless, taking into consideration the following estimates you will probably agree that disposable diapers are much more harmful to the environment than cloth diapers. In the US only the manufacturing process of disposable diapers require the usage of tons of water. It also requires the usage of tons of plastic hundreds of thousands of trees. Although some disposables are said to be biodegradable; in order for these diapers to decompose, they must be exposed to air (oxygen) and sun. Since this is highly unlikely, it can take several hundred years for the decomposition of disposables to take place, with some of the plastic material never decomposing.