Reusable Cloth Diaper for Newborns - Peach
Regular diapers are made of layers upon layers of plastic mixed with artificial fragrances and absorbent gels. These are harsh on your little one's tender skin and rub against it all day causing irritation, discomfort and painful diaper rash. Sure they make your life super easy by being quick and convenient to dispose of, but every year, millions of tons of plastic diapers are thrown away, and they take over 500 years to decompose. That's 10 generations!
A Toddler Thing's soft and safe reusable reusable diapers are safe for your little baby and the environment! These are useathome, daytime alternatives that are economical. This diaper is made of waterproof polyester (outer layer) and soft cloth or inserts can be used on the inner surface which is in direct contact with the baby's skin. These cover diapers are light and more convenient to use. This diaper is machine washable and reusable up to a minimum of 100 washes.This diaper comes with one stay dry microfiber insert.
Available in a range of colours.
Product Description: Reusable Cloth Diaper for New Borns Peach
Package contains: 1 Reusable Cloth Diaper for New Borns Peach + 1 staydry absorbent pad
Suitable for ages: 0 4 months
Dimensions (cms): 26 x 20 x 8
Super compact, ultra slim and designed to fit the crotch perfectly
They are designed to dry quickly and feel light
One diaper can be used for a minimum of 3 to 4 hours with one insert
Each Cover Diaper comes with 1 stay dry absorbent pad.
All Cover diapers come with a 3layer Microfiber inserts with a suede cloth (stay dry fabric) on top that protects your babys skin from moisture and keeps the bottom dry.
The outer layer is made of 100% waterproof polyester and TPU which is breathable and highly durable providing excellent comfort for your baby while taking them for a walk, ensuring prevention of leakage.
Wash it at least once before use. 2+ washes are required to achieve maximum absorbency.
It is 100% machine washable. Cold rinse at no hotter than 30 degree Celsius.
Dont use any fabric softener or bleach.
Use a babyfriendly detergent for longer durability for the product.
Inserts must be washed on a daily basis.
1. Rinse off stools or residuals off the diaper using tap water or a hand shower
2. Separate diaper and insert before washing.
3. You can either machine wash (cold rinse) or wash the diaper with hands.
4. It is recommended to hang them up to dry under the sun as it helps bleach the nappies to remove any remaining stains or Low tumble dry them.
Entrepreneurs Swathi and Ashwanth based in Coimbatore started A Toddler Thing upon realising that a little baby's tender skin is exposed to nearly 50 different chemicals while using disposable diapers! A Toddler Thing aims to change the way new parents approach diapering by making choices that are good for their babies and for the environment.
Benefits to your baby and her health: A little baby's skin is exposed to nearly 50 different chemicals while using disposable diapers, which leads to allergies, rashes, and many other chronic infections. With cloth nappying comes a smaller chance for irritation and rash, and exposure to almost zero harsh chemicals. Babies also tend to be potty trained earlier than with disposable nappies.
Benefits to the environment: Undoubtedly, cloth diapers are the wiser choice for a cleaner planet. Babies generate 2.4 million tonnes of plastic waste through the use of disposable diapers every year enough waste to cover the distance between the Moon and Planet Earth 15 times. Disposable diapers are made of a combination of nonbiodegradable materials like plastic and synthetic additives that take over 500 years to decompose if they are exposed to enough sunlight and air. However, most diapers end up in landfills where they are buried under piles of waste, polluting the soil and groundwater. In fact, disposable diapers are the 3rd largest consumer item in landfills, and represent 30% of nonbiodegradable waste in the entire world.
Why we like it
If you are trying to reduce your waste, reusable diapers are one of the easiest and best choices to make. They're ecofriendly, for sure. But they're also more economical than disposables, saving you a whole bunch of money. Most importantly, because they are made of soft cotton cloth, they are soft on a baby's skin and protect her from exposure to nasty chemicals. Plus, who doesn't love a baby in colourful diapers!
Why would you want to expose a newborn baby's skin to the cocktail of chemicals in plastic diapers? Cloth diapers make for a more comfortable, happier baby especially in the summer! No sweat, no rash, no discomfort! They also allow me to drastically reduce the amount of waste that leaves my house everyday.