Drybees Pocket Cloth Diapers
These pocket diapers are made with Polyurethane Laminated (PUL) Polyester outer and a super soft suedecloth inner. Suedecloth has excellent wicking abilities to keep your little one`s bottom as DRY as can BEE.
Suedecloth also looks new wash after wash - less pilling on these diapers. Hook and loop closures make DryBees diapers as easy as disposables.
Fold over laundry tabs make washing simple. The pocket is designed with inner and outer elastic making stuffing and removal of absorbent inserts easier and less messy.
One of the most common reasons people state as to why they do not like hook and loop closing diapers is that the "velcro" rides up and irritates their baby's tummy, or rides down and irritates their legs. These diapers have now been top stitched at the belly to keep the diaper where it is supposed to be.
These diapers are so adjustable that even the novice cloth diaper user will be able to pick them up and start using them successfully. If you haven't given one a try you are really missing out on one of the best fitting and functioning diapers on the market today.
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Preparing your Drybees Cloth Diapers for use
Diapers - Please pre-wash your Drybees cloth diapers before use. Wash your diaper in hot water with 1/2 the manufactured recommended amount of detergent. You may dry your Drybees cloth diapers in the dryer on high, or outside on a clothesline.
Washing your Drybees Cloth Diapers
Washing your Drybees cloth diapers is very easy! First, fold back your laundry tabs. This helps ensure that you won't find the dreaded diaper snake after you wash your diapers. Next pull out the inserts. Finally throw them all in the washing machine! Choose the water level that will completely cover all your diapers and use 1/2 the manufacturer's recommended amount of detergent. You can use a second rinse to ensure all of the detergent is rinsed out. Please dry your diapers in the dryer or outside on a clothesline.
Tips and Tricks
- Avoid using Free and Clear, baby detergent or cold proceessed (natural) soap based laundry detergents. These can leave a residue that builds up over time causing stinky dipes!
- If your Drybees Cloth Diapers get a stain, simply lay them out in the sun, and the sun will bleach away your stains naturally!
- The waterproof material used to make Drybees Cloth Diapers was made to be put in the autoclave for the medical industry. Don't be afraid to toss them in your home dryer!