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gDiapers are flushable nappies


I swore I'd never write about nappies again but the gDiapers are just too good. Disposable, flushable, 100% biodegradable, no perfumes, no plastic, no ink, dye or garbage. You insert a padded liner into the exterior pants, and when it's, ah, done, you just unsnap it, tear it open, and pop it down the loo. There's a little swizzle stick so you can break it up in the bowl if need be, but considering the alternatives (disposal of a dirty nappy or carting around soiled cloth ones) you'll want to learn more about these. And they're pretty. [GT]


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January 8, 2007 in Kids stuff | Permalink


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