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  1. 1. Cl ot h Di aper i ng101 Me d e l a Ho u s e 2 1 Ap r i l 2 01 2
  2. 2. OUTLI NE • Ad van t ag e s o f u s i n g c l o t h d i ap e r s • Typ e s o f c l o t h d i ap e r s • Us i n g c l o t h d i ap e r s • I s s u e s t h at mi g h t b e e n c o u n t e r e d • Ac c e s s o r i e s • CD - i n g at n i g h t • CD - i n g wh i l e g o i n g o u t / t r ave l i n g • Ho w t o mak e i t wo r k • El i mi n at i o n Co mmu n i c at i o n
  3. 3. W CHOOSE CLOTH? HY • I t ’ s b e s t f o r b ab y • Yo u c an s ave b i g b u c k s ! • Yo u c an b e e c o - f r i e n d l y • D e s p i t e wh at yo u t h i n k , c l o t h i s c o n ve n i e n t • . . . an d ye s , i t i s F UN!
  4. 4. STUFF I NSI DE A DI SPOSABLE DI APER
  5. 5. DI SPOSI ES DI SSECTED
  6. 6. COST OF USI NG DI SPOSABLES* • D r yp e r s : Ph P9/ p c = Ph P39, 42 0/ ye ar • EQ D r y: Ph P8. 5 0/ p c = Ph P37, 2 30/ ye ar • Pamp e r s Co mf o r t : Ph P7/ p c = Ph P30, 5 76/ ye ar • Pamp e r s Bab y D r y: Ph P8. 2 5 / p c = Ph P36, 036/ ye ar • Hu g g i e s D r y: Ph P8. 5 0/ p c = Ph P37, 2 30/ ye ar • Hu g g i e s D r y Co mf o r t : Ph P1 0/ p c = Ph P43, 800/ ye ar • Pr o Ki d s : Ph P1 1 / p c = Ph P48, 1 80/ ye ar • Mamy Po k o : D r y Ph P1 3/ p c = Ph P37, 960/ ye ar * 8 d i s p o s ab l e d i ap e r s /d ay
  7. 7. TYPES OF DI APERS • F l at F o l d s • Pr e f o l d s • Co ve r s • Po c k e t s • Al l - i n - On e s • Al l - i n - Two s • Fi t t e d s
  8. 8. FLAT FOLD CLOTH DI APERS
  9. 9. PREFOLDS
  10. 10. COVERS
  11. 11. COVERS
  12. 12. POCKETS I ns e rt Po c k e t
  13. 13. ALL- I N- ONES ( AI Os )
  14. 14. ALL- I N- TW ( AI 2s ) OS
  15. 15. FI TTED OR CONTOURED DI APERS
  16. 16. FI TTED OR CONTOURED DI APERS
  17. 17. FI TTED OR CONTOURED DI APERS
  18. 18. ONE SI ZE CLOTH DI APERS
  19. 19. ONE SI ZE CLOTH DI APERS
  20. 20. PREPARI NG YOUR CLOTH DI APERS W do you need t o pr ep? hy • Hyg i e n e • Ab s o r b e n c y • Ch e c k s t ai n i n g How do you pr ep nappi es ? • S yn t h e t i c : was h o n c e • Nat u r al f i b e r s : was h i n h o t 4x - 6x o r was h i n c o l d 7x - 9x Cheat ! W h o nc e and hav e y o ur b ab y we ar i t f o r s ho r t e r as pe ri ods unt i l t he nap p y r e ac he s max i mum ab s o r b e nc y
  21. 21. USI NG YOUR CLOTH DI APERS AI Os • ad j u s t i n g t h e s i z e Cover s • f o l d i n g an d s e c u r i n g f l at s • us i ng pre - f ol d s • us i ng f i t t e d s AI 2s • s n ap p i n g i n s o ak e r s Poc ket s • s t uf f i ng i ns e rt s
  22. 22. WASHI NG YOUR CLOTH DI APERS When t o w has • D e p e n d s o n t h e n u mb e r o f d i ap e r s yo u h ave • F o r mu l a: # o f d i ap e r s yo u n e e d t o h ave = d i ap e r s b ab y n e e d s / d ay X ( d ays yo u p l an t o g o b e t we e n was h e s + 1 ) Det er gent t o us e • NO b r i g h t e n e r s • NO d ye s • NO f r ag r an c e • NO s o f t e n e r s
  23. 23. WASHI NG YOUR CLOTH DI APERS How t o w h as • S e p ar at e c o ve r s / p o c k e t s f r o m s o ak e r s ( f l at s , pre f ol d s , i ns e rt s , e t c) • Ri n s e d i ap e r s i n c o l d wat e r • W h t h e d i ap e r i n c o l d wat e r ( u s e ½ t h e u s u al as amo u n t of d e t e r ge nt ) • D o an e x t r a r i n s e , mak i n g s u r e t h at t h e r e ar e n o d e t e r ge nt s u d s l e f t o n t h e d i ap e r s . • L i n e d r y h o r i z o n t al l y s o as n o t t o o ve r s t r e t c h t h e s i d e e l as t i c s • I f t u mb l e d r yi n g , > 40° C
  24. 24. I SSUES THAT M GHT BE ENCOUNTERED I St ai ns • Mr . Go l d e n S u n • L e mo n j u i c e • Ox yb l e ac h • Hyd r o g e n Pe r o x i d e • Vi n e g ar Leaks • He avy we t t e r  ad d mo r e i n s e r t s • D i ap e r s r e p e l l i q u i d  s t r i p
  25. 25. I SSUES THAT M GHT BE ENCOUNTERED I St i nk • Us i n g t o o mu c h d e t e r g e n t  s t r i p • To o l o n g i n b e t we e n was h i n g  was h at mo s t e ve r y 3 d ays o r at l e as t r i n s e o u t p o o p an d p e e ; u s e b ak i n g s o d a wi t h r i n s e • AI O p r o b l e m: d r yi n g t i me n o t e n o u g h  mak e s u r e t h at s i d e e l as t i c s ar e d r y • Vi n e g ar r i n s e s  u s e o n l y ¼ t o ½ c u p o f vi n e g ar p e r l o ad • W h i n g i n s o ak i n g wat e r wi t h p o o p as • D i ap e r s n o t u n r o l l e d  u n r o l l d i ap e r s b e f o r e l o ad i n g i n t o mac h i n e • Ove r l o ad e d was h i n g mac h i n e s  was h l e s s d i ap e r s p e r l o ad • D i ap e r c r e ams  s o ak , was h wi t h b ak i n g s o d a, d r y und e r t he s un • HE was h e r s  ad d t o we l s t o t r i c k mac h i n e t o ad d
  26. 26. I SSUES THAT M GHT BE ENCOUNTERED I Ras hes • How t o avoi d r as hes • Ch an g e yo u r b ab y f r e q u e n t l y • Have n ap p y f r e e t i me • Mak e s u r e yo u d r y t h e i r b o t t o m we l l at e ac h c h an g e • Pr ac t i c e g o o d h yg i e n e • Caus es of r as hes • S e n s i t i vi t y t o f ab r i c • Al l e r g y t o d e t e r g e n t  s wi t c h d e t e r g e n t s • De t e r ge n t b u i l d u p  s t r i p • To o l o n g i n b e t we e n c h an g e s  c h an g e e ve r y t wo hours • Ye as t i n f e c t i o n o x yb l e ac h , s u n , h yd r o g e n pe roxi d e
  27. 27. I SSUES THAT M GHT BE ENCOUNTERED I Ras hes • Tr eat i ng r as hes • I f p o s s i b l e , u s e z i n c o x i d e - f r e e c r e ams • F o r d i ap e r s : Us e l i n e r s • Ho me r e me d i e s : VCO, l an o l i n , o l i ve o i l , c o r n s t ar c h * , b r e as t mi l k * , war m b ak i n g s o d a s o ak * mak e s ye as t i n f e c t i o n wo r s e
  28. 28. STRI PPI NG Us i ng di s hw hi ng l i qui d as • S t ar t wi t h c l e an d i ap e r s s o was h an d r i n s e as u s u al . No n e e d t o d r y. • S o ak t h e d i ap e r s i n wat e r wi t h a s mal l amo u n t o f d i s h was h i n g l i q u i d wi t h o u t mo i s t u r i z e r s f o r ap p r o x i mat e l y 30 mi n u t e s . Hal f a t e as p o o n o f d i s h was h i n g l i q u i d i s s u f f i c i e n t t o s t ri p a d o z e n d i ap e r s . • F o r p o c k e t d i ap e r s , u s e a s o f t b r u s h t o s c r u b t h e f l e e c e l aye r . • Ri n s e . Ke e p o n r i n s i n g u n t i l t h e r e ar e n o s o ap s u d s left. • L i n e d r y.
  29. 29. STRI PPI NG Us i ng hot w er at • S t ar t wi t h c l e an d i ap e r s s o was h an d r i n s e as u s u al . No n e e d t o d r y. • W h r e p e at e d l y wi t h war m wat e r u n t i l n o s o ap s u d s as Boi larng l e f t . i e • S t ar t wi t h c l e an d i ap e r s s o was h an d r i n s e as u s u al . No n e e d t o d r y. • Pu t s o ak e r s i n b o i l i n g wat e r . Bo i l f o r 1 5 mi n u t e s .
  30. 30. ACCESSORI ES I ns e rt s !
  31. 31. ACCESSORI ES D i ap e r Pai l W t Bag e
  32. 32. ACCESSORI ES Cl o t h W p e s i
  33. 33. ACCESSORI ES W e r bot t l e at D i ap e r I n s e r t
  34. 34. ACCESSORI ES D i ap e r p i n s S n ap p i f as t e n e r s
  35. 35. ACCESSORI ES D i ap e r Ch an g i n g Mat
  36. 36. CD- i ng AT NI GHT Boos t abs or benc y • d oubl e i ns e rt s • d oubl e rs • f l at s an d p r e - f o l d s as d o u b l e r s Keep baby dr y
  37. 37. CD- i ng W LE GOI NG OUT HI St uf f t o br i ng i n your di aper bag • e x t r a d i ap e r s / s o ak e r s / i n s e r t s o c k s • c l o t h wi p e s • s p r ay b o t t l e • c h an g i n g mat • we t b ag
  38. 38. CD- i ng W LE TRAVELLI NG HI • I f us i ng pocke t s , bri ng i ns e rt s ocks • Us e f l at s an d mi c r o f l e e c e t o we l as s o ak e r s • S e n d d i ap e r s ah e ad t h r o u g h a c o u r i e r s e r vi c e
  39. 39. HOW TO MAKE I T WORK • Ch an g e mi n d s e t s : D o n o t t r y t o d o , d o i t . • I n ve s t . • D o n o t b u y d i s p o s ab l e s . • Ed u c at e t h e p e o p l e ar o u n d yo u – s p o u s e , p ar e n t s , yayas , s i b l i n g s • D e al wi t h o n e s t r e s s o r at a t i me • I t i s t h e b e t t e r c h o i c e ! Ye s , e ve n wi t h t h e ad d e d c o s t s of e l e c t r i c i t y an d wat e r .
  40. 40. ELI M NATI ON COM UNI CATI ON I M A g e n t l e , n o n - c o e r c i ve way t o r e s p o n d t o a b ab y’ s n at u r al e l i mi n at i o n n e e d s , f r o m b i r t h , wh i c h e n ab l e s h e r t o f ol l ow he r i ns t i nct s t o not s oi l he rs e l f , h e r c ar e t ak e r , o r h e r s l e e p s p ac e
  41. 41. WHAT E C I S NOT • EC i s n o t ab o u t yo u r b ab y…i t ’ s al l ab o u t yo u , t h e p ar e n t . • EC s h o u l d n o t b e s t ar t e d b y “ wi n g i n g i t . ” • EC d o e s n ’ t h ap p e n o ve r n i g h t – i t ’ s a j o u r n e y • EC i s n o t i mp o s s i b l e . • EC i s n o t h o ve r i n g o ve r yo u r b ab y al l d ay l o n g , wai t i n g f o r h i m t o u r i n at e . • EC i s n o t c o e r c i ve • EC i s n o t “ t r ai n i n g ” yo u r b ab y.
  42. 42. WHAT E C I S NOT • EC i s n o t “ p ar e n t t r ai n i n g . ” • EC i s n o t a c h o r e …i t ’ s a l i f e s t yl e . • EC i s n o t f i x i n g s o me t h i n g t h at ’ s b r o k e n ( l i k e d i ap e r i n g s e e ms t o b e )
  43. 43. 4 KEYS TO E C • Bab y’ s s i g n al s • Bab y’ s n at u r al t i mi n g • Co mmo n p o t t y t i mi n g • Yo u r i n t u i t i o n
  44. 44. THE KEY? CONS I S TENCY! ! !
  45. 45. May t h e c l o t h b e wi t h yo u .

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