Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper
$23.00

Expandable Organic Cotton One-Size Diaper

Meet the diaper that grows with your baby!

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This one-size-fits-all diaper is for babies 5-35 pounds and will grow with your baby with a few easy to adjust snaps and folds. The expandable, two-part diaper is made entirely out of 100% Organic Cotton and comes with a snap in contour for an added layer of absorbency. The contour can also act as a newborn diaper for babies up to 7.5 pounds when paired with a Newborn Fitted Diaper Cover. 

A Natural Wool Diaper Cover should be purchased with this product in size Newborn. The cover acts as another layer of protection against leakage and are sold separately.

When using cloth diapers, you will need to pair them with an outer diaper cover to keep diapers from leaking and wetting through to baby’s clothes. Use snap closures to adjust diaper so that it fits snugly on your baby. Use insert for extra absorption. Add Wool Diaper Cover over the fitted diaper.

5-10lbs - Use the snap to contour around your baby. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Newborn or Small).

10-18lbs - Use the fitted diaper alone with the front folded down. Adjust the rise, exposing a hidden row of snaps. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Small or Medium).

18-35lbs - Use the fitted diaper unfolded. Add the snap-in contour for increased absorbency. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Medium or Large).

When considering how many diapers to buy, take into account the age of your baby, how much they wet and how often you do laundry. Newborns and young infants require 10 to 12 diaper changes per day. Toddlers only need 6-8.

This product comes with a instructional paper insert.

The diaper is made of 100% Organic cotton.
The elastic is made of latex-free cotton.
The thread is made of organic cotton.
The snaps are made of plastic.

 

This product is an alternative to disposable diapers made of synthetic materials.

To Prep: before the first use, the diaper should be washed in hot water five times. The fabric will become more absorbent and shrink to size within the initial washes. Tumble dry or hang in sunlight. 

To Use: cloth diapers should be washed in a regular load of laundry with hot water. Use a detergent that is free of fragrances, enzymes, and other additives. Avoid fabric softeners and bleach, as they can irritate your baby’s sensitive skin and make cloth diapers less absorbent. 

Once washed, the diapers can go in the dryer or be line dried. The heat from the dryer or the sun will help to sanitize the diapers. Dry your diapers on hot for 60-90 minutes in the dryer. Diapers will shrink to size, mostly in length, with the first three washes.

After each wash, your diaper should smell fresh and clean with no hint of urine, feces, ammonia or other unpleasant odors. The odor you’re smelling most likely means there is bacteria present in your diapers which could cause irritation to your baby and potential problems like diaper rash. If your diaper does not smell clean after washing, rewash again in hot water without detergent. Occasionally add 1/2-1 cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle for softness, absorption and to restore PH. Rinsing is one of the most important steps in cleaning cloth diapers! Be sure to rinse your diapers in HOT water completely and dry in the dryer or in the sun.

 Note:

  • Boiling these diapers will harm the snaps and elastic.
  • Bleach will ruin diapers and possibly harm your child’s skin

    The snaps need to be removed from the diaper and can be recycled in plastic recycling or single stream recycling.

    The diaper can be composted in backyard composting or industrial facility composting.

    Description

    This one-size-fits-all diaper is for babies 5-35 pounds and will grow with your baby with a few easy to adjust snaps and folds. The expandable, two-part diaper is made entirely out of 100% Organic Cotton and comes with a snap in contour for an added layer of absorbency. The contour can also act as a newborn diaper for babies up to 7.5 pounds when paired with a Newborn Fitted Diaper Cover. 

    A Natural Wool Diaper Cover should be purchased with this product in size Newborn. The cover acts as another layer of protection against leakage and are sold separately.

    How to Use

    When using cloth diapers, you will need to pair them with an outer diaper cover to keep diapers from leaking and wetting through to baby’s clothes. Use snap closures to adjust diaper so that it fits snugly on your baby. Use insert for extra absorption. Add Wool Diaper Cover over the fitted diaper.

    5-10lbs - Use the snap to contour around your baby. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Newborn or Small).

    10-18lbs - Use the fitted diaper alone with the front folded down. Adjust the rise, exposing a hidden row of snaps. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Small or Medium).

    18-35lbs - Use the fitted diaper unfolded. Add the snap-in contour for increased absorbency. Wrap the diaper in a fitted cover (Size Medium or Large).

    When considering how many diapers to buy, take into account the age of your baby, how much they wet and how often you do laundry. Newborns and young infants require 10 to 12 diaper changes per day. Toddlers only need 6-8.

    Packaging

    This product comes with a instructional paper insert.

    Ingredients / Materials

    The diaper is made of 100% Organic cotton.
    The elastic is made of latex-free cotton.
    The thread is made of organic cotton.
    The snaps are made of plastic.

     

    Alternative To

    This product is an alternative to disposable diapers made of synthetic materials.

    Care Instructions

    To Prep: before the first use, the diaper should be washed in hot water five times. The fabric will become more absorbent and shrink to size within the initial washes. Tumble dry or hang in sunlight. 

    To Use: cloth diapers should be washed in a regular load of laundry with hot water. Use a detergent that is free of fragrances, enzymes, and other additives. Avoid fabric softeners and bleach, as they can irritate your baby’s sensitive skin and make cloth diapers less absorbent. 

    Once washed, the diapers can go in the dryer or be line dried. The heat from the dryer or the sun will help to sanitize the diapers. Dry your diapers on hot for 60-90 minutes in the dryer. Diapers will shrink to size, mostly in length, with the first three washes.

    After each wash, your diaper should smell fresh and clean with no hint of urine, feces, ammonia or other unpleasant odors. The odor you’re smelling most likely means there is bacteria present in your diapers which could cause irritation to your baby and potential problems like diaper rash. If your diaper does not smell clean after washing, rewash again in hot water without detergent. Occasionally add 1/2-1 cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle for softness, absorption and to restore PH. Rinsing is one of the most important steps in cleaning cloth diapers! Be sure to rinse your diapers in HOT water completely and dry in the dryer or in the sun.

     Note:

    • Boiling these diapers will harm the snaps and elastic.
    • Bleach will ruin diapers and possibly harm your child’s skin

      End of Life

      The snaps need to be removed from the diaper and can be recycled in plastic recycling or single stream recycling.

      The diaper can be composted in backyard composting or industrial facility composting.

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