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Synonyms for diaper

Synonyms for diaper

garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist


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a fabric (usually cotton or linen) with a distinctive woven pattern of small repeated figures

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The global baby diaper market is dominated by disposable diapers, followed by training diapers, cloth diapers, swim pants, and biodegradable diapers.
Procter & Gamble's Pampers brand has improved features of its Cruisers and Swaddlers lines of diapers.
We wanted our diaper cake to be a practical, unique and meaningful gift for new parents to celebrate and mark the birth of their newborn," said Justine Ong, owner of The Diaper Cake Company.
In 2009, these diaper banks caught the attention of Huggies, an international diaper and wipes company.
But when they were wearing the cloth diaper, 21 fell, and 17 of them fell while walking with the disposable plastic diapers.
Knickernappies's all-in-one is the store's top-selling diaper, she said, "because of its ease of use and it's locally made.
The 450 billion disposable diapers used each year contribute nearly 77 million tons of solid waste to landfills, and a disposable diaper takes at least 500 years to degrade.
Cloth diapers come in contoured, prefolded and fitted varieties," says Oshesky.
The juvenile and adult hygiene film market consists of disposable diapers and feminine-hygiene and incontinence products.
Two of the largest diaper manufacturers, Proctor & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark, told the Associated Press that they oppose any extension of Santa Clarita's program because it is not cost-effective and does not significantly reduce the amount of waste buried in landfills.
To help alleviate the problem, Mother Nature has created a biodegradable diaper that uses wood pulp fiber padding rather than gels.
Second, I'd like to mention that using bleach is not necessary and can weaken the diaper material.
Perhaps you are old enough to remember the "Great Diaper Wars" of the 1980s.
Before disposables took the diaper world by storm in the early 1970s, this was a common scenario:
They tested fecal samples from each soiled diaper for a host of common childhood intestinal pathogens, including rotoviruses, hepatitis A virus and the protozoans Giardia and Cryptosporidium.