Swimming Diaper Cover

Reusable swim diapers are a great gift for expectant mothers. If you are looking for a birthday gift and don’t want to just buy toys, bringing your child into the water early will help parents and babies get used to swimming and swimming lessons. If you plan to travel all day, you may want to consider bringing extra Snowhans reusable cloth diapers, so you have a spare clean diaper to continue enjoying the whole day.

Swim Diapers Materials:

  • Outer: 100% Waterproof Polyester with PUL, designed for holding solids.
  • Inner: Polyester Mesh (easy to clean up, offering comfort against baby's sensitive skin).
  • Use: Adjust to fit baby. A snug fit in the legs and waist are key to avoid leaks.


Upholding the motto of "Customers First”, we take OEM orders according to customer’s demands. Pursuing customer satisfaction, our teams are making every effort to maintain high efficiency of the entire production line, from proofing, production to delivery.


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Do you need swim diapers?

If your child is not potty trained and wants to dip his toes (or more) into public waters, he needs swim diapers. Regular diapers do not work. Once the diapers are immersed in water, this absorbent material can also turn them into immersion anchors around the child's waist. Once they absorb water, not only does their absorption become useless, but their weight causes them to sag to the point where they fall off. Moreover, once stretched out, they absolutely cannot hold anything.


Swim diapers are designed to withstand water and contain solids. They are not to be absorbed. Yes, this means that urine will pass through the water. But swim diapers should be the second priority to eliminate the most worrying thing in public places: fecal pollution. (Everyone pulled out of the pool, closed for days or weeks due to draining and refilling, etc.)


You may think, "When will my child get water?" Because it is not absorbent, you must change your baby to a normal diaper immediately after swimming. For some reusable items, you can purchase absorbent inserts for the diaper while it is hovering on the land.


Note: Swim diapers are not designed for newborns with liquid stools (until they start to eat solid food). Lack of absorptive capacity, they simply cannot hold new feces. The same is true for children with diarrhea. They should not be allowed to swim in public waters.


Which type of swim diaper is best?

Remember that swim diapers need to fit tightly to hold stool, so they may be tighter than your daily diapers.


Swim diapers are available in disposable or reusable forms, each with its own advantages. Disposable items are cheap and convenient, but they tend to sag and make things slip more easily.


Reusable diapers with velcro or snap fasteners on the sides generally provide better fit, but are more expensive and more expensive to maintain. After removing the child from the reusable items, you must flush the items in the diaper onto the toilet, pack the dirty reusable items home, and then rinse and wash them. In addition, because babies grow very fast, they may grow into larger reusable sizes before the end of summer. Before investing in reusable diapers, consider how fast your child is growing.

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