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I still remember my grandmother praising the advantages that mothers now have thanks to the plastic bottles, to the light trolleys that when folded do not take up space, to the wet wipes, but above all because of the disposable diapers, which did not have to be washed. However, you would be perplexed if cloth diapers are back in fashion now, with a totally different and renewed concept that has created a well-deserved gap among families around the world.
The fashion of cloth diapers is back, more than a fashion, it is a cheap and ecological trend. Thus, it has been shown in The International Cloth Diaper Week, where more than 250 cities around the world, from 14 different countries, came together to participate in the contest to beat the world record for simultaneous cloth diaper changing for the Guinness Book of Records.
The growing interest of dads and moms for cloth diapers is that they are an easy, simple and affordable option for modern families, especially for parents who adopt more environmentally friendly lifestyles or are looking for less expensive alternatives. And it is that cloth diapers have three characteristics that are highly valued by families: they are cheaper, they are more respectful with the environment and less aggressive with the baby's skin.
1. Economic.Cloth diapers offer an economical alternative, since they are reusable as they can be washed and it is only necessary to buy about 20 cloth diapers of the one-size-fits-all system, which are adapted to the growth of the baby, to cover their entire baby stage up to arrival of toilet training. About 20 cloth diapers cost approximately 400 euros, to which should be added the cost of water, electricity and laundry detergent, which would be around 100 euros. Therefore, the savings are obvious.
2. Ecological. Today, it is estimated that between 2 and 4 percent of total municipal waste is made up of diapers, which take about 400 to 500 years to degrade in a landfill, creating a large urban waste management problem. dimensions. This problem has led the London City Council in the UK to offer families extra help to buy cloth diapers.
3. Healthy.Modern cloth diapers perspire and for this reason are more gentle on the skin of babies, who benefit from a lower temperature inside the diaper and a skin that breathes. This produces less damage to the baby's skin in the diaper area.
Wash or throw away, that's the question. A difficult choice for families in which many conditions such as ideals, time and pocket participate. However, the important thing is that there are alternatives to choose from to test, assess and decide accordingly.
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