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Old 05-13-2013, 04:14 PM   #11
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That is one of the weirdest things I have ever seen. It looks like to me it would just push it all up everywhere! You would still have to wash baby off and that thing. It would squish all over their back! This is a huge plus to cloth. We used sposies the first 2 months and we had at least one blowout every day. Not a single one in cloth! Ill stick with my fluff!

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Old 05-13-2013, 04:28 PM   #12
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Re: So, this exists

what I find really funny about those is the idea is to avoid the "mess of a sposie blow out and having to wash poppy clothing and such.. so they invent a washable product I mean exactly what to they think people will have to do with THIS thing? For us in CD land no biggie *and as stated we have better solutions* and washing is part of our world but for the rest??
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Old 05-13-2013, 04:47 PM   #13
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That is quite the contraption!! I've used disposables on 4 children and had my share of blowouts but really, just wash the clothes it isn't a big deal. Some people, I have heard, just throw the clothes away, I guess this thing would be for them. To me what a waste!

My question, though, what about the blowouts from the legs. I've had just as many there as up the back.
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This... is a big reason I use cloth, lol. My friend, who wanted to use cloth but then didn't, has a separate load of laundry for pooped on clothes. Might as well use cloth at that point!
that is exactly what converted my friend to cloth and she thanks me for it all the time!!
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:15 PM   #15
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It looks really uncomfortable...yikes.
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I've seen this mentioned before on here. I think it's just ridiculous.
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I just don't see how it would work without elastic! Before we switched to cloth with my first, if he leaked up the back it went all the way up. This looks like it would just funnel it right to their hair!


My DS1 had so many blowouts up the back in sposies...

I don't get the point of a blowout blocker, unless it's for when you can't risk letting your sposie baby ruin a particular outfit; so like a special occasion use rather than daily...
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this is the dumbest thing ever. cloth extensions for your lousy disposable diapers? I've told friends the same thing about blow out laundry.
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