Do you know what disposable diapers do to our planets carbon footprint and environment?
The Real Diaper Association says that disposable diapers contain ingredients that could harm animals, humans and the environment. They contain polyethylene, petroleum, wood pulp, gelling material, perfume and polypropylene, as well as non-renewable, petroleum-based ingredients.
And the simple of act of making a disposable diaper releases dioxin into the environment, a toxin that has been linked to cancer and found to pose a threat to developing fetuses.
I would have loved to have gotten a chance to meet with Aristotle, just to see what his theory would be on baby’s diapers which would help with improving baby’s well-being and protecting our planet’s environment too! I guess what I would love to ask Aristotle is, “Would it even be possible to make a fabric which would dissolve or disentegrate baby poop or even urine?
Is it be possible for a baby’s diaper to stay warm even when wet? Is there a fabric which when baby poops it would disentegrate the substance?
Is there such a fabric which could do this for a baby’s diaper which would be for improving baby’s well-being?
While searching found a thermal swim wear for men, women and children including water shirts, full body suits and kid’s swimsuits.
Could there be a diaper with similar fabrics like the Speedo diaper, only sustainable for baby wearing all of the time and maybe from a much softer, snuggly kind of fabric which will not only feel good to the baby, but when baby wet’s bottom would stay warm?
Only we would go with white only to make sure no dyes would harm our baby’s. They would be reusuable and/or disposable when on the go, and definitely have to be bio-degradable, and they would be one size fits all baby’s.
Stay warm in the water and protect your skin from the sun with these thermal swimwear options from Kiefer. We have thermal swim wear for men, women, and children, including water shirts, full body suits, and kid’s wetsuits.
How about a diaper which is made of Xtra Life Lycra which will and can provide additional durability and suit life and is reported to be up to 10 times more durable than less sophisticated or less engineered Spandex fabric. The part on the inside would be soak into the fabric and keep baby’s bottom feeling dry, yet warm when wet.
Why couldn’t there be a diaper which when wet, would warm baby’s bottom up and keep the body warm until can be changed? Would it not be possible for cloth diaper to be durable like a swimsuit and shape according to any size baby? One size could fit all and this would save on having to buy certain sizes.
Here are some examples which I found these ideas by Emily Milak who is a product development consultant at Kiefer with her swimwear fabric:
Emily Milak who is a lifetime competitive swimmer living in Southeastern Wisconsin. Emily is a US National Team champion, NCAA champion, and USMS champion with extensive coaching experience. She is a product development consultant at Kiefer.