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What kind of material is the diaper pad?

Urine pads are usually made of pure cotton, cotton linen, flannel, bamboo fiber and TPU.

Pure cotton fabric is the soft texture of cotton fiber and good hygroscopicity. The thermal insulation cotton fiber has great resistance to alkali and is not irritating to the baby's skin. Wrinkles are harder to smooth out. Easy to shrink, (except for special processing, or washing water treatment) easy to deform, easy to stick hair, difficult to completely remove.

Cotton and linen fabrics have good elasticity and wear resistance in dry and wet conditions, stable in size, small in shrinkage, tall and straight, not easy to wrinkle, easy to wash, and quick-drying, and are woven with all-natural fibers, low-carbon and environmentally friendly , especially suitable for summer use, but this fabric is less absorbent than others.

Bamboo fiber is the fifth largest natural fiber after cotton, hemp, wool and silk. Bamboo fiber has the characteristics of good air permeability, instant water absorption, strong abrasion resistance and good dyeability, and also has natural antibacterial properties. , antibacterial, anti-mite, deodorant and anti-ultraviolet function. This fiber is used on the front of the diaper pad, which is soft and comfortable, and has strong water absorption. It is the first choice for the front material of most diaper pads recently. The editor also recommends this material to be used by moms.

Most of the reverse material of the diaper pad is TPU waterproof and breathable membrane, which is oil-resistant, water-resistant, mold-resistant, has good recyclability and good air permeability, which greatly reduces the breeding of bacteria. The membrane on the back cannot be seen as waterproof or not, and ventilation is also very important, otherwise the diaper pad will become a bacterial culture dish! This kind of material cannot be directly placed under the baby's PP to separate urine, such as plastic material. This material is waterproof but airtight. Some poor-quality plastic components are also very complicated, which may cause the baby's PP to be red, swollen and allergic.



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