Now, we have used cloth diapers from POOPS in just over four months. I thought, therefore, share my experiences and reflections on the use of cloth diapers in General and POOPS cloth diapers in particular.
Let us begin by reflecting on that switch from disposable diapers to cloth diapers. We use cloth diapers at home during the day and disposable diaper at night and if we are on an outing. For it does not have to be either cloth diapers or disposable, you can actually combine the way that works best for you. Every tygblöja used does good for the wallet and the environment.
We did not want to buy on us too many diapers in the case that they would not be good, so we bought twelve pieces. My assessment is that we need 24 if you want to go all in and just using cloth diapers. The bases I on it goes to six diapers a day and to wash every third day. Long drying times do you need to have a daily ration left over when you run started the washing machine. I try to run the machine in the evening so they can hang out to dry during the night, but the figure is still not using them the next day. Maybe in the winter when the dry air creates better conditions for drying, we’ll see.
Why tygblöja? For me, there were two reasons, the environment and the economy. Disposables at all feels not so durable. It required a lot of resources and energy to manufacture and transport all disposable diapers used to transport and take care of them again when the child is made to their needs. Of course you can access resources and energy even in the manufacture of cloth diapers and washing, but over a whole diaper period, it is still an option that gives a lower environmental impact.
It is also economical to use cloth diapers. When we only used disposable diapers to the son, we consumed about one package a week (54th Libero comfort) á 109 kronor. It becomes 5668 dollars per year, and in the Western world, most children out of diapers in the 3-4 years of age which would equate to at least 15 000 dollars for a child. POOPS tygblöja is designed to fit children from four to sixteen kilos. 24 organic cloth diapers from POOPS costs 3766 kronor (counted on package price). Even if you need/want to use disposable diapers when the baby is newborn, or when you are on the trip, it is no doubt that the total cost will be significantly lower than if you only use disposable diapers. One estimate is that the cost of tygblöja will be somewhere around a third of it with disposable diapers, i.e. a saving of up to 10 000 kroons.And, this is calculated on a child, to get more children so has of course already diapers!
The diaper we have tested comes from the Swedish company POOPS. They have two versions, one with inside of they “CoolPass” and microfiber. I have tried the other variant instead of synthetics has an inside in Terry, 70% bamboo viscose/30% organic cotton. It has a longer drying time, but for me, it was obvious to choose organic, natural materials.We then use real wipes organic cotton and these washings together with diapers (read more about Washcloths here).
I think diapers are really smart in their bright colors, this summer had a son have them without pants when it was hot. The diaper’s front page there are buttons used to adjust the size. First, adjust the waist when you put on the diaper and, secondly, the length of the branch can be reduced in three steps (see image above). All in all, makes these adjustment possibility of the diaper should fit children from four to sixteen kilos. Our son has weighed 10-12 kilograms when we used them so just based on what I can comment. I think it works well with push buttons, they are hard so there is no danger that they will become loose. They are rather so hard that you become afraid that the button should be torn loose from the fabric when to snap up (which occurred).Size adjustment in the crotch, you can let be buttoned during washing.
Do they work? Yes, a few times, it has become kissläckage but overall they’ve done their job. I’d like to be able to say that it is just as easy as using disposable diapers. But it is not. It is of course easier to roll up the diaper and toss it in the diaper bag, would lie to suggest otherwise. But at the same time, it is a matter of habit and is reasonably justified, so it works great with cloth diapers too.
When I ordered I received a diaper made of synthetic materials and a diaper that had a hole in the Terry, it meant that I had to contact the POOPS. I got a very good attitude and two new diapers. So the way to deal with emerging problems getting ready approved.
Anything negative about POOPS? Well, not so much really. A product detail that I think could make the diaper better is if bomullsfrottén stopped something before the actual diaper on the legs. The times it has leaked it is because wet Terry has made trousers/body wet. Another improvement would be to review the packages that the diapers come in, very plastic feels unnecessary.
My summary is: dare to try it! I think many people think it to be much more complicated than it actually is with modern cloth diapers. And, you get to actually combine with disposable diapers on the occasions they think it gets too complicated with cloth diapers.
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