Written by Bindu Raichura
From parents of newborn children to parents of toddlers who are yet to be potty trained, one of the biggest number crunching happens when it comes to shopping for diapers! Unfortunately, diapers are not just their biggest baby-related expenditure, but also their biggest contribution against nature, thanks to all those plastics used in them.
In addition to highly advanced technology, disposable diapers use synthetic polymers, adhesives, dyes, and even fragrances to keep the baby smelling fresh. They may seem to be the “convenient” choice, but you may have to evaluate whether they are the right choice for both your baby and the environment. Have you ever thought about how much carbon footprint is left behind manufacturing those diapers filled with chemicals? Where do all those diapers you discard so casually, end up?
If you are conscious about not just what disposable diapers do to nature but also to that beautiful soft baby skin, cloth diapers are what you need! SuperBottoms could be just the right fit for your needs.
As the name suggests, these diapers are made of cloth instead of plastics and chemicals. The new age cloth diapers allow your baby to enjoy the goodness of cloth while it gives you – the parent, the convenience of a disposable diaper. It holds it all in, keeps your baby dry and comfortable and it can be reused!
SuperBottoms is India’s leading cloth diaper brand that uses high-quality organic materials to ensure the safety of both your baby’s skin and nature.
Using a cloth diaper can be very beneficial for you, your baby, and nature!
Cloth diapers are made using cloth instead of plastics and gel that stay in landfills for years on end. If you consider SuperBottoms as your choice, their cloth diapers UNO can be washed and reused up to 300 times – yes you read that right – 300 times! In other words, you are reducing your contribution to land waste by at least 300 disposable diapers.
Cloth is any day more breathable than disposable diapers. They do not cause a rash or soreness on those soft baby bums. A brand like SuperBottoms uses superior quality organic cotton which is soft on the baby’s skin and protects the tender skin from rashes. Even the colors used are chemical-free, to ensure your little one’s bottom is kept safe!
Diapers are one of the biggest expenditures parents with young kids incur. When you take into account the total number of diapers your baby is likely to use, the cost can be shocking. With reusable cloth diapers, you will be cutting down your expenses by a good 70%. Now that is more savings or more money to spend on other useful things for your baby.
If you are wondering how to use cloth diapers and how to use SuperBottoms cloth diapers instead of the disposable ones, read on to find out more!
The UNO cloth diapers come in both newborn and free sizes. The newborn size can be used for newborn babies until they are 6 months old. The free-size diaper can be used for 3 months – 3 years old or if you go by weight – 5kgs – 17kgs.
Before shifting to cloth diapers, every parent wants to know – how many hours can cloth diapers be used and when to change the cloth diaper?
They can be used for up to 10 – 12 hours. If your child is a heavy wetter or is very active, you may need to change it more frequently to avoid accidents.
Going by the average calculation a child will require just 16 UNO diapers for a total of 3 years, right from day 1.
Are you not sure about how to change a cloth diaper? Here are 10 tips for you:
Wondering how to wash cloth diapers? Don’t know how to wash newborn cloth diapers? Follow these steps for a mess-free cloth diaper cleaning experience:
Tip: When you hang out the diaper covers to dry under the sunlight or just to dry out naturally, ensure you do not use a clothespin in the center of the cover to secure it to the clothesline. You can use the snap closure buttons to secure it to the line. The teeth of the clothespin might eat into the liner over a period of time, thus spoiling the leak-proof layer.
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