Why this insert? Do you use cloth diapers, vacation is approaching and you want to enjoy the summer without a washing machine on hand? Or, do you use disposable diapers on a daily basis and a thought crosses your mind from time to time - wouldn't it be possible without those big piles of waste? In both cases, you'll find your solution here!
Disposable absorbent inserts are meant to be used with a Diaper Cover made of a modern membrane-like material. Diaper Cover keeps liquids inside but is breathable at the same time - your loved one's bum never gets too hot! After use, you just throw away the disposable insert, let the Diaper Cover air out for a while (that's why we recommend having at least two Diaper Covers at disposition), and simply put another disposable insert in. That means Diaper Cover can be used repeatedly, you wash it only when dirty or once in a few weeks. (How to decide whether a Diaper Cover should be washed or not? Follow your own nose :) ). Diaper Cover gets dries really fast, so you'll be able to use it again in no time. OUR TIP: Our disposable inserts also work great with our Pocket Diapers (just the pockets, without the attached absorbing insert, and you put the disposable insert ON the pocket, not IN the pocket). Disposable inserts are made of cellulose.
How does the insert work? Using is quite simple:
1) Place a disposable insert into a diaper cover so that it covers most of the diaper cover's inside. 2) For a longer changing interval (e.g. for a nap) or for more producing babies, we recommend using two disposable inserts. 3) Change every 2-3 hours at the least or immediately after poop. 4) After use, put soiled inserts into the waste bin. You don't have to wash your diaper cover after every use (in case it's not dirty), it only needs to be aired out a while (e.g. one changing interval) and can be used again.
ATTENTION: Never throw disposable inserts into a toilet, otherwise you may clog it!
A FEW TECHNICAL TERMS The Inserts are not bleached with chlorine and do not contain any perfume or other additives. They are not water-resistant, a diaper cover has to be used over them.