Cloth diapers for babies are slowly (and rightly so) gaining popularity among Indian parents, where disposable diapers have declined dramatically over the past decade, particularly in urban India.
Cloth diapers are prone to chafing from chemicals, especially in India’s hot and humid climate. They’re also expensive (the average age a child is potty trained now is around 2) and bad for the environment. Given the many drawbacks, parents are gradually turning to safer diapers, and cloth diapers are often that option. But getting started with cloth diapers can be intimidating and confusing for many parents as modern cloth diapers today come in a wide range of varieties. Most modern cloth diapers come in two parts: the waterproof part, which prevents leaks and keeps the mess out, and the absorbent part, which absorbs the urine.
But you needn’t worry, as this article will help you debunk the myths surrounding cloth diapers in India, understand how cloth diapers work for babies, and easily incorporate them into your daily babysitting routine. What are cloth diapers?
A cloth diaper or Reusable cloth diapers or diaper is a reusable diaper made with layers of organic cotton that offers more breathability than disposables. It contains a snap button that allows you to change the size of the nappy according to your baby’s weight. Also, they are very suitable for all climates, especially India’s hot/humid climate. Superbottoms cloth diapers have unique characteristics and functions and are made with natural fibres, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
Why are SuperBottoms cloth diapers the best choice for newborns in India?
It doesn’t matter which country you live in (warmer or colder): USA, Canada, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Armenia or India, baby cloth diapers are the best choice for newborns instead of disposable diapers. Here are a few reasons why cloth diapers should make their way into your stash:
Cost savings with cloth diapers
Cloth diapers can range in price from a few hundred to several thousand, depending on whether you choose a UNO diaper or a basic one. So, ideally, a waterproof cloth bag is needed to properly store these diapers in a stash.
So for as little as Rs 2,000-5,000, a stockpile of cloth diapers online can be built up. However, this has the potential to last for nearly 36 months, which is when kids are naturally potty trained. Consider how much money you would have spent on disposables during this period (average 4 diapers per day for 2-3 years for Rs 10/diaper = Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000). So simply switching to cloth diapers can save you significant money over time.
Works well in the Indian climate.
Many parents at least once reported a nasty rash during their baby’s diaper. This is especially visible during the hot Indian summers. Many doctors advise parents to use fewer disposable diapers during the summer or in humid climates. On the other hand, cloth diapers are more breathable and more suitable for hot climates. They do not cause rashes as they are made from 100% organic cotton, very soft when applied to the baby’s skin. skin compatible
The cloth diapers are made from organic cotton baby diapers and are chemical-free and skin-friendly.
While chemicals are used in disposable diapers to increase absorbency, these chemicals can irritate a baby’s sensitive skin and thus can also cause rashes.
Washing cloth diapers is a hassle-free process that requires good washing and patience. First, ensure there is no detergent buildup after washing; if so, run the diapers through a cycle of boiling water to remove any additives or detergents that may irritate your baby’s skin.
However, some brands, such as SuperBottoms, have developed cleaners that make washing diapers easier. For example, SuperBottoms Cloth Diaper Detergent can be used for both machine-washable and hand-washable nappies. The best part is that it is 100% compatible with Indian domestic water. » See our guide to washing cloth nappies for more information.
Another significant benefit of using cloth diapers on your baby is that the prints on the diapers will look as cute as a button on your baby’s butt. SuperBottoms Free Size UNO comes in various adorable prints that will complement your child’s Mulmul Jhabla, dresses and tops.
ECO-FRIENDLY – Our cloth nappies won’t clog landfills because they can be washed and reused for several years.
ADJUSTABLE SIZE – No need to run to a store or worry about stocking up when your child gets older.
SUPER DRY FEEL LAYER: Our nappies are made from microfleece so that baby won’t feel wet or uncomfortable.