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Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts
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Mme & Co Good Bamboo Day Inserts

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Our Good Day prefold is very thin and have a 9-10 oz of absorbency.

You can use it on a pocket diaper or in a diaper cover.

**Please allow for 5 - 10% of shrinkage after the first wash**

 

Fabric:

80% bamboo

20% cotton 

Designed in Canada

Made in China

Benefits:

Absorbency: Bamboo is highly absorbent, so it can hold much moisture without leaking. Bamboo can absorb almost 70% more moisture than cotton, and about three times its weight in liquids.  diapers made from this material are often more flexible, and maintain a good seal. But Bamboo Absorbs more slowly than cotton, which is why it is often made as a bamboo cotton blend.

Breathable: bamboo has the distinction of being one of the best wicking fabrics available. Bamboo reduces the risk of bacteria growth because of its breathability. This means that the material allows air circulation, which reduces the temperature inside the diaper. This helps little bums stay cooler in the warmer months.

Durability: Bamboo inserts are prone to shrinking. I haven’t come across any evidence that bamboo inserts wear out faster than other fabrics, but none of the diaper blogs I read, use the word “durable: to describe bamboo.

Sustainability: Bamboo is 100% sustainable and biodegradable. Whether rayon made from bamboo can be considered a natural fibre is debatable (source).

Pros: extremely absorbent; holds onto liquid, choose bamboo rayon for softness
Cons: slow to soak up liquid (that's why there's cotton as well; slow to dry