Reusable Swimming Diapers Are More Convenient Than Disposable Ones
When heading to the beach or the pool with your baby, your natural reaction is likely to be a pack of disposable swim diapers. But they practically do not absorb anything, so what’s the point? Reusable swim diapers make a lot more sense.
None of them will keep urine out of the water; they are not intended. Their job is to keep faeces from leaking into the pool, and both are great at this. Reusable swim diapers are made of waterproof fabric and fasten with Velcro just like normal diapers. If the baby poops, the feces are contained; you just need to drain the feces and rinse the diaper.
By using a disposable diaper, you can throw away the diaper and take a new one, thus saving about 30 seconds of effort – and that is the end of its benefits. You need to keep buying disposable items and keep track of your inventory to make sure you don’t run out of supplies. On the other hand, you can hold a reusable swim diaper with your baby’s swimsuit, wash and wear them together.
Reusable swim nappies cost $ 6.79 at Walgreens , which also sells for $ 9.99 for a 12-piece package . Reusable is cheaper and more convenient. Come on, how often does this happen? Consider buying yourself (or a parent in your life) a reusable, but also double check your pool rules: some only allow one type or another.