Tag Archives: Thirsties Duo Hemp Prefolds
I’m a very visual person. I cannot envision anything to save my life. My husband is great at envisioning. He can envision changing the furniture in our living room and see every detail down to the spacial dimensions. I, on the other hand, cannot. This is why I like conducting this little experiment on my cloth diapers.
I had received three prefolds over the summer. I gave my sister two of them to use on her newborn son and I kept one for myself. She used them consistently (it should be noted that she loved using the prefolds and how effective they were at keeping that slimy newborn poop in the diaper); so the prepped prefold that I am using as an example to show you the difference has been washed and dried (not always in a machine as she lives in an apartment with coin operated laundry) several times … Read More
Congratulations to Casey L. who won our Thirsties Thursday Giveaway #103.
1 Duo Wrap and 2 Hemp Prefolds
Casey, please contact us here to claim your giveaway. When you contact us let us know you are the winner and also include your email address for verification purposes. You have until 10/7/13 at 4pm cst to claim your prize, otherwise we will draw a new winner.
Science made a recent discovery that perhaps the rest of us already knew about or at least we had heard that it was a possibility…using hemp in fabric can keep nasty bacteria away. On Sunday, June 16, researchers released a recent study conducted by the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) that was conducted to see how long the bacteria methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) could survive on fabrics used in hospital, clinical and long term care homes. Basically, after reading a few fancy medical jargon laid articles, it seems that the findings of this study were that MRSA and other bacteria was able to survive from one to 90 days on the fabric surfaces of cotton, polyester, and polyethelene. In a study of 1,237 hospitals and residential health care homes researchers found that 3.4% of patients were infected with MRSA. This is increasingly higher than … Read More