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Teo's Mom

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Re: Guidelines in using CLOTH DIAPERS
« Reply #240 on: May 27, 2013, 09:54:19 am »

Hi mamianne... I'm a first time soon to be mom and to be honest with you, wala pa ako experience on this. But i have read a lot of forums and blogs and so far eto yung mga answers sa questions mo (kasi almost pareho din tayo ng questions. hehe)

1. Are there cheap but good quality cloth diapers? what brand and how much? - YES. I bought Alva pocket CD. I got 5 printed CDs with microfiber inserts for 1K only

2. Adviseable ba na gumamit ng CD's ang newborn? - YES daw :)

3. Hindi ba hassle linisan especially pag nag poop si baby? - tyagaan lang daw. mas hassle if baby is breastfed, pero think longterm na lang na mas makakatipid ang CD kesa sa disposable. Yung poop daw, flush sa toilet yung poop before you wash. and mas maganda if you wash or babad right away para di dumidikit ang stain.

4. ilang hours bago magpalit? most replies I got is every 4 hours.

5. If you're going out, do you still use CD's? san nyo po nilalagay yung pinag-gamitan para hindi smelly? - Most moms suggest to use disposable when going out to remove the hassle of having to tug around and bring home a soiled CD.

6. Do you also use it overnight? - Most moms still use disposables at night para tuloy-tuloy ang sleep ni baby.

7. Are you still using disposable diapers? If you are, tuwing kelan po? - Like what I mentioned above, only when they go out on malls or trips and at night.

Hope this helps  :)
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #241 on: May 27, 2013, 09:16:15 pm »

Guidelines in using CLOTH DIAPERS merged with this topic
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #242 on: June 22, 2013, 07:08:28 pm »

hanggang ilang wiwi ang kaya ng regular cloth diapers?hindi ba sya tatagos sa bed pag nkahiga si baby?
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #243 on: October 04, 2013, 01:44:49 pm »

hanggang ilang wiwi ang kaya ng regular cloth diapers?hindi ba sya tatagos sa bed pag nkahiga si baby?

Hi mommy, to answer your questions:

Amount of pee absorbed by a cloth diaper will depend on the insert use. Microfiber insert will last 2-3 hours. Bamboo + mf will last 3-4 hours. Some even last for 10-12 hours depending on the setup. But it is hygenic if you change 2-3 hours to prevent build up of bacteria. When overnight naman I think its ok.

Leaks depend on the insert setup, how your baby sleep and your sizing of the cloth diaper.for example, if your baby sleeps in her tummy, better get cloth diapers with tummy lamination. If heavy wetter si baby, make sure your setup will last overnight  (ex. Bamboo/mf+ pure bamboo+hemp)

Hope these help. :)
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #244 on: October 31, 2013, 08:27:32 pm »

Hi mommies. May nakapag try na ba sa inyo yung Curity super diaper cover? Para syang lampin na mukhang diaper, velcro. Kamukha niya yung sa brand ng chino pino.paano nyo ginagamit pag ganun? Ang ginagawa ko kasi nilalagyan ko ng folded lampin sa loob, prng ginagawa kong napkin. Then after i put the curity super diaper cover, cocoveran ko naman sya ng plastic panty para hindi tumagos, tama ba yun ginagawa ko?hehe.or may iba pang method para mas tumagal?
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #245 on: November 03, 2013, 04:54:36 pm »

I used Chino Pino brand, not curity. I did exactly what you described and that's how it worked for me. Back then, nung baby pa bunso ko, hindi pa uso yung magaganda at convenient na cloth diapers ngayon. Kung konti lang naman po ang price difference, I suggest you go for the new designs. Hassle kasi yung plastic panty. Mainit sa bottom ng baby, hindi comfortable sa braso ng mommy pag bubuhatin si baby at madaling mapunit if the baby moves or slips down from my arm.
The modern ones na cloth diaper din comes with inserts and bag for soiled inserts/covers. Maganda ang design, mas convenient gamitin. I am not recommending any specific brand. You can buy online o kahit sa department and baby stuff stores meron.
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #246 on: February 18, 2014, 11:45:58 am »

mga sis, may nakapag-try na ba sa inyo ng Curity na Cloth Diaper? Meron na rin kasi sila ng Pocket diapers with inserts (yung katulad ng Next9, Alva, Baby Leaf and Bamboo Dappy).  Any feedbacks? Nakita ko kasi yun sa SM yesterday ang cheaper siya than Baby Leaf and Next9.
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #247 on: March 26, 2014, 12:57:51 am »

mga sis, may nakapag-try na ba sa inyo ng Curity na Cloth Diaper? Meron na rin kasi sila ng Pocket diapers with inserts (yung katulad ng Next9, Alva, Baby Leaf and Bamboo Dappy).  Any feedbacks? Nakita ko kasi yun sa SM yesterday ang cheaper siya than Baby Leaf and Next9.

 havent tried Curity but saw it sa SM and they are expensive (no inserts sa current price right?). Bamboo Dappy is trim regarding sa fit but since its bamboo, it wont keep your baby dry. i tried bamboo dappy, alva, baby leaf and other nappies, except curity and next9.

for me, same lang naman lahat nang pockets, it wll depend lang talaga sa inserts. try them sis so you can know what yuor favorites are.
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #248 on: May 06, 2014, 03:45:53 am »

hi, raizah14..


i've been using curity diaper for almost 11 yrs. already, and im comfortable with for my baby..breathable kasi sya at madali lang labhan kasi nga gauge like yung cloth niya..madali pa matuyo, sis..i haven't tried any cloth diaper except for this..but never tried their inserts..pero siguro pareho lang naman ata yun, ang difference lang is yung price nila..
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #249 on: May 09, 2014, 10:08:07 am »

I will be trying/buying cloth diapers asap for my son. Dahil sa init ng panahon nagkakamot sya ng bum pag pinalitan ko disposable diapers niya, baka masira ang skin   ;D

Question lang mga mommies:
Since hindi na nag-po-poop si baby pag gabi and moderate-to-heavy wetter sya...
How many cloth diapers and inserts ang kelangan ko bilhin kaya?
And anong klaseng inserts ang maganda?
1 insert lang ba per CD or maraming patong un?
Hope you can help me mga mommies.

TIA!
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Re: Using Cloth Diapers - insights, types, tips and stocking up
« Reply #250 on: September 26, 2017, 10:35:07 pm »

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