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Sizing:
 
Small
Approximate weight 7-12 lbs
Waist: 13-17"
Rise: 14.5"

 
Medium
Approximate weight 10-23 lbs
Waist: 14-18.5"
Rise: 16-17"

 
Large
Approximate weight 23-40 lbs
Waist: 16-22"
Rise: 18-19"

 
Extra Large
Approximate weight 35 lbs and up
Waist:17.5-24"
Rise: 20-21"

 
Note: Weight measurements are only a guide line. Actual weight range will vary depending on the shape of your baby. Please measure your child if possible, to ensure a proper fit. Diapers are very adjustable, and should fit most babies. However, babies come in all shapes and sizes, I do not guarantee that diapers will fit every single body shape.

Care Instructions

Bum-Ware diapers should be washed and dried on hot for maximum absorbency at least 3 times prior to first use.  Thereafter, wash with hot water (no higher than 120F) and line dry or machine dry on medium heat setting.  Recommended detergents are free of any enzymes, fragrances, whiteners, dyes and other additives; use only a small amount of detergentDetergents that have caused problems include Charlieļæ½s soap and Sportswash. This does not mean that your baby will experience the same reactions, use with caution.  Diaper rash creams may coat your diapers and be hard to wash out.

Soak diapers in diaper pail (or washer) in solution of water with vinegar or water with baking soda, prior to washing.  Keep wet pails out of the reach of children at all times. Put contents of diaper pail in the washer, run the spin cycle, and wash diapers on hot, separate from clothing, OR, store your diapers in a dry pail until ready to wash, whatever works best for you.

Washing methods that are NOT recommended, and will cause problems include:

Scrubbing diapers with a toothbrush, washing in the dishwasher, boiling, microwaving, as well as other questionable methods.

The diapers are designed to roll in at the legs to keep the wetness in.  Always make sure no white fabric is sticking out, make sure there are no gaps at the legs, and that there is no clothing inside the diaper to prevent wicking.

Embroidered diapers should be washed in hot water, and dried on a high heat setting.

If you find that the hidden layer bunches up (like pockets in your jeans, you have to put your hands in your pocket to straighten them) stretch the diaper on the sides from top to bottom to smooth the hidden layer. The diapers are designed to roll in at the legs to keep the wetness in. Always make sure no white fabric is sticking out, make sure there are no gaps at the legs, and that there is no clothing inside the diaper to prevent wicking.
If your diapers stop absorbing, you need to wash them several times (4-6) with hot water, and no detergent.  Washing methods that are NOT recommended, and will cause problems include: scrubbing diapers with a toothbrush, washing in the dishwasher, boiling, microwaving, as well as other questionable methods.

Embroidered diapers should be washed in hot water, and dried on a high heat setting.

 


 
Abbreviations and definitions:
 
QD = Quick Dry
AI2 = All in 2. This is the same as "quick dry". These diapers have a snap in soaker.
AIO = All in one diaper that does not require a cover. A true all in one, is just that, everything is in one piece.
Soaker = The soaker is the absorbent part of the diaper that absorbs fluid
Doubler = The doubler is used when you need more absorbency, such as outings or nap time.
Quick Dry = Quick dry diapers dry much faster than true AIOs because the soaker part is outside of the diaper body and attached with snaps; unlike a true AIO which has a sewn in soaker.

 

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