you plan on taking your baby to a public pool or water park, make
sure to pack plenty of reusable
Public pools and water parks require children who are not yet potty
trained to wear a swim diaper while they are in the water. If your
baby loves the water, you'll want to switch to using reusable
Why spend money on disposable swim diapers only to throw them away
and buy more? During the summer months or long vacations you'll want
a swim diaper you can use again and again. Just like a bathing suit,
swim diapers can be washed and re-worn. Over time you'll save money.
With fewer disposables being tossed in the trash, you'll contribute
to saving the planet, too.
Diapers vs. Swim Diapers
are like disposable diapers except they can be washed and re-worn.
Regular diapers sag and create an uncomfortable bulk for your baby.
Water is trapped in the diaper and your baby's skin can not breathe.
Rashes and chaffing occur and make your baby unhappy. Swim diapers
are not absorbent and do not weigh children down when they are in the
water. Swim diapers help trap pee and poop so it does not leak into
the swimming pool. Many public pools and water parks require babies
and children who are not potty trained to wear a swim diaper. For the
health and safety of other swimmers, it is important to keep your
baby's waste where it belongs – the diaper.
absorbent plastic beads used in disposable diapers become gel when
submerged in liquids. The weight of the diaper stresses the seams of
the pocket holding in the gel and can tear during rigorous play. The
gel washes into the swimming pool and becomes a health hazard for
other swimmers. Swim diapers stay soft and comfortable. Your baby can
play and run without being weighed down. Swim diapers stay securely
fitted to your baby and prevent pee and poop from washing out of the
diaper into the water.
Swimmers vs. Disposable Swimmers
you and your baby can enjoy the water without sag, bulk or messy wash
outs. Cloth swim diapers trap in messes and prevent leaks. Disposable
swim diapers are expensive. The plastics they are made from can cause
diaper rash and skin irritation. You're baby can have the same
protection against leaks without irritation if you use reusable
Cloth swim diapers feature a waterproof outer layer combined with a
soft inner layer. Many cloth swim diapers fit around your baby with
hook and loop or snap closures, making them just as convenient as
disposable diapers. Because they are reusable, you'll save money over
time. Instead of buying multiple packs of disposable swim diapers,
just wash and let your baby wear their reusable