Why Should you use Happy Heiny™'s cloth diapers?
- Custom milled fleece for our diapers.
- For Happy Heiny's sized pocket diapers, there are no leg casings, which make better fitting diapers and contain messes better leaving NO red marks.
- For Happy Heiny's sized pocket diapers, should the fleece roll out? YES do NOT try to roll the fleece in. This will cause wicking if you try this. They are made to have the fleece roll out so the only thing that touches your child delicate skin is the soft fleece.
- Daddy approved Aplix brand Velcro tabs!
- Made with Aplix brand hook and loop closures which fit a wide range of babies and make for very fast diaper changes on wiggly babies.
- Soft buttery fleece on the inside next to baby skin that drys so quickly as urine is wicked away to the inside soaker.
- A layer of PUL on the inside to waterproof the diaper so no extra diaper cover is required.
- A Great benefit to Happy Heinys ™ is that you decide what to stuff them with and how much, according to the needs of your baby.
- Happy Heinys tm™ are currently available in a variety of solid colors and fun prints.
Happy Heinys One Size diapers are designed with the same quality and luxuriousness of the Happy Heinys Pocket Diapers only they are made to fit baby from birth to potty training.
Happy Heinys uses their own custom milled fleece and high quality products in our manufacturing of our products. You will find on your one size diaper a total of 4 snaps on the front. This will give you a total of 4 different sizes for your diaper. This will allow the diaper to fit most babies from about 8 lbs- 35 lbs. An investment that will save you money throughout your diapering time.
Our One Size diapers are available in 22 different colors and several different prints. Our prints are unique and designed by our company for use only on our products. Our prints for the one size diapers are made out of the same high quality fabrics that our solids are made out of. These fabrics have been tested to last up to 12 hours at night for most babies.
Our one size diapers also come with 2 micro fiber inserts. One small and one large insert. You may use either 1 insert or both or more as needed depending on how heavy your little one wets. Our hemp stuffins also fit well into the one size diapers.
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS - PER HAPPY HEINYS:
BRAND NEW DIAPER
First couple of washing wash on very hot and dry on hot to seal PUL
Store wet and soiled diapers in a dry pail. There is no need to rinse soiled diapers prior to washing. The solid waste of older babies can be removed by gently shaking the diaper over a toilet.
- Separate the Happy Heinys and the inserts.
- Cold Soak / Prewash with 1/4 cup of detergent (mild detergent, no softener, no bleach)
- Do a hot wash next (40 celcius). I personally do not do a hot wash just normal tap water but hot washes once in a while will do wonders to the PUL..
- You can add a downy ball of vinegar to the wash if desired. A downy ball because it releases the vinegar at the right time. You do not need to wait by the machine.
- Hang dry for best results and a longer lasting diaper. Drying in a dryer will decrease the life of the water proofing of the diaper.
Never use fabric softener of any kind on diapers. Liquid fabric softeners and dryer sheets both leave a waxy residue on diapers which causes fleece to repel urine and decreases the absorbency of other diapers. Dynamo contains some softening agent so do not use it on the diapers.
Also no bleach as this "eats" the waterproof cover. Watch out for those detergent meant for whites too as they may have some bleach in it.
Build up refers to residue left by detergents, fabric softeners, and other substances used to clean diapers. In rare instances, baking soda will react with certain minerals in water and also cause build up. If you notice a decrease in the functionality of your diapers, build up may be the culprit. Stripping refers to the removal of residue on diapers. To strip diapers, simply hand wash your diaper with your regular dish soap (gets the oils out), add a bit of dish soap to the fleece, either rub the fleece vigoriously together or use a medium bristle dish brush or hard bristle tooth brush to scrub the fleece. Turn inside out and repeat on this side. Rinse very good, making sure that the water runs clear. You may use this method at any time you feel that the diaper may be repelling or as a preventative measure once a month.
20 November 2012