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Disana

Wool Diaper Cover Knitted Merino - Organic Baby Clothes

$22.99

Disana

Wool Diaper Cover Knitted Merino - Organic Baby Clothes

$22.99

The Merino Wool Diaper cover is made from lovely, soft organic wool ideal for even the most sensitive baby skin. It is done in double knit wool. Great alternative to synthetic covers, because wool is naturally antibacterial and provide excellent moisture regulation. Wool can absorb up to one third of its weight and later return it to the environment. Wool will soak the moisture and keep it away from baby skin, hence this is an excellent choice for nighttime.These covers can be used over any pre-fold or fitted cloth diaper, and the high knitted waistband provides a nice fit over any type of diaper, no matter how bulky or high-fitting the diaper is. This soft ribbed waist band also keeps your baby's tummy and back warm and cozy throughout the night. The thick double-knit wool is perfect for night time use. Disana wool covers are wonderful for night time and once properly prepared (washed and lanolized), your baby should never have leak while wearing this cover.

  • 100% Organic Baby Clothes Merino Wool
  • Made in Germany

These covers will shrink a bit after washing, so it's not a bad idea to size up.

Sizing:

0-16 lb (62/68) fits approx. 3-6 months - XS
15-21 lb. (74/80) fits approx. 6-12 months - S
20-32 lb. (86/92) fits approx. 12-24 months - M
31-38 lb. (98/104) fits approx. 2-3 years - L
37-48 lb. (110/116) fits approx. 4-5 years - XL

Care Instructions:

 

Disana Organic Wool Covers do not need to be washed very often. Washing too frequently will deplete the natural lanolin, so just air dry between diaper changes. When washing becomes necessary, wash in lukewarm water with wool shampoo. Gently squeeze out water, roll in a towel and press out excess water. Place flat or hang to dry. If all the lanolin is used up, lanolin must be added again by using a lanolin treatment product. You can test whether your diaper needs a lanolin treatment by placing it in water. If it soaks up the water, it needs to be lanolized again. If it floats on top of the water without soaking it up, it still has enough lanolin and thus the treatment is not necessary.