- gDiapers Starter Kit, Large, offers convenient, “green” alternative to traditional disposable diapers
- Decomposable diaper liners are completely flushable
- Contain no plastic components; breathable “little g” pants keep baby’s skin healthier
- Contains 2 “little g” pants
- “Large” size for children 26 to 36 pounds
Start up or stock up with gDiapers signature colors for playtime, naptime and snuggle time. The 2-pack is a great way to keep several pairs of gPants on hand for all life’s little occasions. Use little gPants with gRefills or gCloth. Flush wash or toss with the gDiapers landfill-free diaper system. Available in S, M, L. gDiapers little gPants are designed for use with absorbent, biodegradable gRefills or cloth inserts. gDiapers little gPants + biodegradable gRefill or cloth inserts = one cute bum. Finally, the best of cloth and disposable in one earth-friendly diaper. The gDiapers system consists of cotton, washable little gPants, and absorbent refills. Use with either 100% biodegradable gRefills, or washable cloth inserts. Sold separately. Size small fit babies 8 – 14 lbs, medium 13 -28 lbs, large 26-36 lbs. Made of breathable material, just like sports clothing: 92% cotton, 8% spandex. Each little gPant comes with one snap-in liner made of highly breathable, waterproof material for less washing, and faster and easier changes. Because they’re breathable, your baby is far less likely to get diaper rash. Easy fit is snug and soft. Your little bug will love the stretch around the waist and legs. Soft velcro tabs close around the back away from little hands for a great fit without the bulk. Little gPants come in loads of fab colors. Collect them all. 50 million disposable diapers enter the landfill every day. Each one takes up to 500 years to break down. gDiapers biodegradable refills are plastic-free so you can flush or compost (50-150 days) in your garden. No landfill necessary. No elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no latex and no guilt.A baby in disposable diapers puts an average of 6,000 diapers into the landfills by the time he or she is potty trained — and those plastic-based diapers take about 500 years to decompose. What’s an environmentally conscious parent to do? With gDiapers, you can have the convenience of disposable diapers and avoid doing damage to the planet. In fact, gDiapers even help the environment. Get started with this gDiapers Starter Kit which can be used on babies or toddler 26 to 36 pounds in weight.
Flushable, Decomposable Diapers
If you’re unable to flush the liners, they can still be thrown in the trash without guilt, since they will decompose in 50 to 150 days — a much better turnaround than their plastic counterparts. And, if you’re a gardener, you can simply throw the wet liners in your compost bin. (Note: for sanitary reasons, never put poopy diapers in the compost.)
As Easy As Traditional Disposables — but Healthier
Tips for Successful gDiaper Use
But even if your plumbing system won’t accept the gDiaper flushables, you can always simply throw them in the trash where they’ll quickly decompose, making a much more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional disposable diapers.
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