Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Premium Baby Diapers for Sensitive Skin

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Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Premium Baby Diapers for Sensitive Skin, Size 1 (4-11 Lbs), 168 Count (6 Packs of 28), Multi-Colored
PROS
  • 67 REVIEWS BAMBO NATURE
  • 66 REVIEWS WETNESS INDICATOR
  • 71 REVIEWS SENSITIVE SKIN
  • 83 REVIEWS ECO FRIENDLY
  • 119 REVIEWS DIAPER RASH
  • 24 REVIEWS SEVENTH GENERATION
  • 16 REVIEWS ANDY PANDY
  • 38 REVIEWS NEW DESIGN
  • 29 REVIEWS GREEN PACKAGE
  • 25 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 141 REVIEWS BAMBO DIAPERS
  • 198 REVIEWS LOVE THESE DIAPERS
  • 48 REVIEWS BLOWOUTS
  • 10 REVIEWS SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE
  • 19 REVIEWS ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
  • 25 REVIEWS BAMBOO NATURE
  • 39 REVIEWS SUPER SOFT
  • 58 REVIEWS WORK WELL
  • 19 REVIEWS EVERY SINGLE
  • 87 REVIEWS CLOTH DIAPERS
Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Premium Baby Diapers for Sensitive Skin
Bambo Nature Eco Friendly Premium Baby Diapers for Sensitive Skin

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Weight Recommendation: 4 to 11 Pounds. Leaks & blowouts have met their match. Our Eco-Friendly, yet supernaturally absorbent diapers mean never compromising conscience for performance

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My baby is 5 months and weighs 14 lbs should I go with size 2 or 3?
Answer: My baby is the same age and weight and I use size 3.

Where are these made?
Answer: I believe they are manufactured in Denmark.

Are these the same as the other packaging ? What’s the difference?
Answer:

From all the reviews we’ve read here and elsewhere they appear to be much worse in regards to performance. As I’m sure you can read yourself here, they do not absorb as much and thus leak much more. I imagine they will either return to their original design or invent a third design to fix all the issues in this one. I ??

Where are these diapers manufactured?
Answer: They are manufactured in Denmark.

are they really biodegradable? The packaging too?
Answer:

According to diaper company-

the reality is that the vast majority of nappies end up in landfill. Landfill is anaerobic (meaning that there is no light or air, necessary for the decomposition process), so the nappies are going to break down very slowly.

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