Kanga Care is one of the best places to get diapers which won’t break your wallet while still letting your new born child feel comfortable, secure, and most importantly, dry. While it can certainly be easier to get disposable options for your child, being able to use our product again and again can mean a monumental difference in the costs associated with having your first child. Furthermore, because each one is both collectable and fashionable, you can easily resell them once your child has outgrown them and is potty trained.
So How do Cloth Diapers Work, Exactly?
One of the first things to realize when looking at reusable diapers is that they are actually two separate parts. First, there is the diaper itself, and then also the inside liner. Both of these items are machine washable and able to be used over and over again for as long as your child needs them. What makes our Rumparooz brand of diaper all the more special is the fact that it will grow with your child as well.
The outer section has a number of snaps that allow you to decide how tall and wide you want the diaper to be, to accommodate both your child’s age and particular body dimensions. This lets you put your newborn babe in the diaper, and then continue to scale it all the way up to their potty training. For example, the large setting can easily handle a child of thirty-five pounds.
What’s on the Inside?
In addition to being able to wash the outer layer itself, you can detach and wash the inner liner of the diaper. This can be made from hemp, bamboo, or even microfibers in order to give your child the comfort they deserve. Instead of going through diaper after diaper, you can easily set it up to have a couple of outer layer cover diapers in whatever pattern you find most appealing, with reusable liners and soakers inside tailored specifically to what you feel your child needs in order to keep the mess where it belongs – inside!
Resell Value is a Factor as Well!
Because each and every one of Kanga Care’s products are made to last, it is entirely possible that the diaper will easily be in good repair to use again when your child no longer needs it. As such, we have made a point to make them as fashionable as possible so that you can even consider reselling them – letting you recoup a significant portion of the cost of a diaper-age child.
So you see, there’s every reason to consider cloth diapers for your newborn. You’ll be happy you did!