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Wizard Duo - One Step Diapering

Posted by Alex on May 27, 2016 3:22:16 PM

Simple: Lay baby onto diaper, and close in one step!


One Step Diapers refer to the single step required to close the cloth diaper around your baby. Essential as your baby gets older and simply refuses to lie still. They wiggle, crawl, or even RUN away!

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Topics: Cloth Diapers, Quality Cloth Diapers, All-in-Two Diapers, Wizard Duo, Wizard Duo Features

Wizard Duo 2.0 - Absorbent Insert Pt.2

Posted by Alex on May 3, 2016 5:00:49 PM


Mother ease is excited to share the final detail of our NEW Wizard Duo2.0 Inserts. These new and improved Inserts will provide the best fit with the same leakage protection Mother ease is known for!

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Topics: Cloth Diapers, Quality Cloth Diapers, All-in-Two Diapers, Wizard Duo

Wizard Duo 2.0 - Absorbent Insert Pt.1

Posted by Alex on Apr 29, 2016 1:06:40 PM


Mother ease is excited to share details of our NEW Wizard Duo2.0 Inserts. These new and improved Inserts will provide the best fit with the same leakage protection Mother ease is known for!

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Topics: Cloth Diapers, Quality Cloth Diapers, All-in-Two Diapers, Wizard Duo

Leaky Pocket Diapers or All-in-Ones?

Posted by Alex on Apr 18, 2016 2:57:21 PM

 

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Topics: Cloth Diapers, Quality Cloth Diapers, All in One Diapers, Pocket Diapers

Swim Diaper vs Cloth Diaper in the Pool

Posted by Alex on Apr 8, 2016 5:00:07 PM

Now that you know how to choose a quality reusable swim diaper, we want to help you understand why you shouldn’t use your cloth diaper or diaper cover in the pool.

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Topics: Swim Diapers, Cloth Diaper vs Swim Diaper

What to look for in a Swim Diaper

Posted by Alex on Feb 19, 2016 4:14:22 PM

As parents begin to head south for vacation (brrr up here in Ontario, Canada) our Swim Diapers begin flying off the shelf during last minute preparations! So, we thought we’d help with a few things to look for in a reusable Swim Diaper:

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Topics: Swim Diapers

Helpful Tips

Posted by Alex on Feb 12, 2016 1:39:13 PM

Waterproof Covers – the waterproof barrier between baby’s clothing and absorbent cloth diaper to prevents leaks. All Mother ease covers are fully wipe able so they can usually be used 3 to 4 times before washing, provided they are not soiled.

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Topics: How To, Care Guide, Helpful Tips

Night Time Diapering Guesswork

Posted by Alex on Feb 9, 2016 2:27:45 PM

Tired of the constant guessing game to figure out which combo will work through the night??

If you are new to cloth diapers – not to worry – with the right diapering system from the get-go you will never have a night time cloth diaper issue! For those battling night time leaks – we are here for you!

Cloth diapering through the night is not much different than the day. You need enough absorbency for 12-13 hours while your baby sleeps AND a good quality waterproof diaper cover. To do this, add one - possibly two (if you have a heavy wetter) absorbent liners inside the diaper to “boost” its absorbency and ensure the waterproof cover is snug around your baby and covers the diaper.

We spent years developing our own custom knit fabrics that absorb quickly, hold A LOT and wash easily – it doesn’t matter which Mother ease diaper and cover you choose!

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Topics: Night Time Cloth Diapers, All-in-Two Diapers, Fitted Diapers

Charcoal Bamboo, Fleece, Microfiber

Posted by Alex on Feb 3, 2016 5:30:45 PM

Today we’re talking about charcoal fabrics used inside cloth diapers, inserts/ boosters/ doublers and why Mother ease does NOT offer them.

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Topics: Fabrics, Charcoal Bamboo, Charcoal Fleece, Charcoal Microfiber

Polar Fleece in Cloth Diapers

Posted by Alex on Jan 26, 2016 9:48:43 AM

Ever wonder why Mother ease doesn’t use polar fleece in any of it’s products?  It is true that fleece offers a ‘stay dry’ effect, however, the science behind the fabric questions why it’s used inside cloth diapers.

Polar Fleece is commonly used in jackets, hats, sweaters, sweatpants, gym clothes, hoodies, inexpensive throw blankets, high-performance outdoor clothing and even cloth diapers! This fabric is lightweight, warm and soft, however, it’s hydrophobic!

Hydrophobic materials tend to repel water so why would it be used in cloth diapers? This choice of fabric leads to the most common problem in cloth diapers, namely leaks!

Diapers that use polar fleece directly against the baby’s skin will have a hard time absorbing urine. It can simply bead up and roll out the leg before it has a chance to soak in!

Be sure to consider your options when choosing a suitable cloth diaper or determining what’s causing your cloth diaper to leak!

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Topics: Cloth Diapers, Fabrics, Polar Fleece, Micro Fleece