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Old 09-10-2006, 10:19 PM   #11
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Re: Can't I Reuse a FB?

I'm super smell-sensitive. I think they smell even after one pee. I'd wash them. But I've hand washed the pee ones if I needed them soon.

I vaguely remember the original FB instructions containing something about re-using them, though - that was an original intent? But I do have mommy brain and I could be confusing it with something else????

OK... I found it.. wording from the original patent: "An adjustable, form fitted, reusable diaper for infants that includes a reusable or disposable pad insertable between a soft permeable inner panel and an impermeable outer panel laminated with either a soft pile or a waterproof breathable or non-breathable elastomeric non-woven material. The diaper, having an hourglass configuration when open, is provided with expandable leg openings and waistband and fitted with hidden snap closures uniquely arranged to provide waist adjustment independently of leg opening adjustment and vise-versa. T he diaper's use of a high pile, permeable inner panel such as polar fleece wicks moisture quickly away from the infants body where it is absorbed by the washable, reusable pad located between the inner and outer panels. The pad is then easily removed and replaced with a clean and dry pad, often without removal of the diaper from the infant. "

LOL!!! I'd like to know HOW they thought you'd change the inner pad without removing the diaper from the infant!!!!!!!


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Last edited by mamagina; 09-10-2006 at 10:25 PM. Reason: found patent info
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