Sunday, January 23, 2011

Still a Few Minky Pockets Left!

We still have a few of these cute Minky One Size Pocket Diapers left!
Check them out here:

They are very affordable. Seriously how can you resist? ;)

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

For 2011: Design Change on Medium Absorbency Pads

For the new year we are starting off with a small design change to the medium absorbency pads. Previously medium absorbency pads were almost as thick as our heavy absorbency pads.
We have been working on a pad design that more clearly puts the medium absorbency pad between the pantyliner and the heavy absorbency pad.
The new design sports the same absorption capacity as before but with a lower profile. A super absorbent - but very thin- bamboo blend goes all the way from one end of the pad to the other. The center third of the pad has an extra layer to handle more moisture in the middle.

The new medium absorbency pad fits great even under very fitted clothing. Testers have responded very positively to the design change. I hope you will like it too! :)

Monday, January 10, 2011

Don't Pull Your Pad's Life Short

While it is technically possible to fold the pads into themselves and create a neat little package by snapping them packaged like that, we just wanted to mention that we do NOT recommend this.
On first glance this may seem like a great idea to keep a soiled pad. It can however affect your pad's lifespan in a negative way:
* will stretch the fleece liner sideways and widen it over time. Your pad will be more prone to shifting
* will stretch the needle holes and weave. Your pad will be more prone to leakage

Due to the breathable design of the pad moisture can also be pushed through the pad and still soil whatever you keep it in under the pressure of having it folded and snapped that way.

The best way to transport your soiled pads is of course to put them in a moisture-proof container such as our batik wetbags. If you are on a budget even our reusable sandwich bags would work well! Feel free to fold them, roll them, etc.
Just don't fold and snap them if you want to keep them working and looking like new for a long time.