Thursday, May 7, 2009

gDiaper Baby

New favorite product? gDiapers. Well, new to me. gDiapers has been around for a few years now, but that's hardly the point. The point is that they are a fantastic alternative to disposables for those of us who don't want to do any extra laundry (I already have huge, perpetual piles).

"Disposable diapers, with twenty billion thrown away each year, are the third largest contributor to landfills. (That's 50 million disposable diapers/day.) The plastic contained in these diapers takes up to 500 years to decompose. Additionally, most of these diapers contain untreated human waste that can leach into the water table."

Uhh, ick.

So what's a Semi-Crunchy Momma to do?

gDiapers are a flushable diaper system that is good for babies, parents and the planet. gDiapers have no elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no smell, no garbage and no guilt. gDiapers are a two-part system. The flushable inner refill fits into a pair of colorful ‘little g' pants. When the flushable becomes soiled, it's simply flushed down the toilet, composted or thrown away.

Starter Kits contain 2 washable pants with waterproof liners, 10 flushables, and 1 swishstick for $26.99. Refill packs are $14.49 and contain 40 small flushables or 32 medium/large flushables.

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