Boosters / inserts size 1 (set of 3)
Apiafrique boosters / Mini inserts are 100% organic cotton absorbents for ApiAfrique cloth diapers.
They have 2 types of use:
As main absorbent with ApiAfrique Size 1 (2.5-4kg) waterproof panties for small babies. In this case put 2 or 3 on top of each other. This results in a small, well-absorbent washable diaper!
As absorption reinforcement in addition to the large ApiAfrique inserts for larger babies with the T2 (4 to 7kg) and T3 (7 to 18kg) waterproof panties. Ideal for heavy pees, for naps and the night or for a long trip (when you know that you won't be able to change the baby for a long time). In this case, place the booster in the middle of the large insert, or on top or even folded in 2 on the front for boys! You can even add several! 1 booster = an additional absorbed pee.
To avoid leaks with cloth diapers:
Always check that neither the insert nor the booster comes out of the waterproof panties and that the baby's clothes are not in contact.
Change your baby regularly
adjust the panties snugly so that the black elastic is firmly attached to the baby's thigh and tummy.
Remember: when it's time to change the panties don't always have to be changed, they can be used 2 or 3 times in a row if there is no "poo" and if they are not wet.
For size 1 we recommend having 6 panties and 36 mini inserts for frequent use. For a half-time pack: 3 panties and 15 mini inserts.
For sizes 2 and 3 we recommend 5 panties, 15 large inserts + 5 boosters.
The inserts and boosters of the Apiafrique washable diapers are made of 100% organic cotton with a velvet side and a fleece side. The velor side sits against the baby's bottom, it's softer and easier to clean.
Shake over the toilet or use a jet of water to loosen the poo!
Then wash by hand or machine, dry (if possible in the sun) and reuse up to 400 times!
You can iron if you want.
Be careful never use bleach, if there are stains use a natural stain remover soap and dry in the sun
The social and environmental advantage: these washable diapers generate jobs (they are made in Senegal by women) and reduce waste (1 ton less per child)!
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