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Baby stylish

Provide a tape meter. Measure the thigh circumference as in the drawing below. If the lap is 27 cm or more you need size L.
Wearing other washable diapers can also be a good indication. A baby who constantly ends up with big thigh marks will most certainly need size L.
What if baby is still warm? Our advice would be to invest in a few basic size culottes (the most suitable for birth, has less to give birth to a beautiful baby of 5kg in which case it would certainly need size L)

The nacelles correspond approximately to these weights:

  • S : From 3 to 6 kg
  • M : From 5 to 10 kg
  • L : From 9 to 13 kg
Note that depending on the baby's morphology these size changes can sometimes happen earlier. If the baby weight is approaching the size change, it is advisable either to take both sizes to find the right one, or the larger one if you want to save. If the latter is too big then invest in the size below, baby will grow anyway and the bigger one will eventually go to him!

There should be no day between the child's skin and the edges of the nacelle once the diaper is closed. If one day is present and the panty is well put on, the basket is too large.
The pubis must be well covered.
Likewise if you notice that there are leaks but that everything is plated it is quite possible that the basket is too small!

We currently have 3 types of inserts.

  • Natural in 100% bamboo are rather recommended for the first weeks of the baby because they are very flexible. They can also serve once baby is taller by layered them to gain absorption.
  • The Dry Vite, composed of a thickness of microfiber (which absorbs very quickly but is moderately resistant to compression), a zorb heart (very absorbent, and which retains liquids well) and a bamboo face which absorbs slowly but a lot. It is the insert of waking times. It must absolutely be worn with a veil to protect the skin from possible irritation.
  • The grododo, double-sided bamboo sponge and zorb heart. It absorbs more than the fast dry but more slowly, so it is more suited to rest times.

Yes, disposable inserts are adaptable with stylish.

Most of the inserts fit into the stylish nacelle.

The veil brings the effect to the dry, protects the inserts from the stool, helps you get rid of them in the toilet. The material that makes up our sails is anti-bacterial and breathable, which limits the appearance of odours and irritations.
It is inevitable if you use inserts containing microfiber because it is irritating when it comes into contact with the skin.
The veil makes your life easier, and improves the comfort of the diaper for your baby. It is therefore necessary.

For laundry every 2 days count at least:

  • 4
  • 6 nacelles
  • 16 inserts
  • 16 sails
For laundry every 3 days count at least:
  • 6 britches
  • 9 nacelles
  • 24 inserts
  • 24 Sail
So a minimum per day of 2 panties, 3 nacelles, 8 inserts and 8 sails. This is possible at the condition to operate at the time flow!
To be more zen, and to introduce a fluid bearing, it is good to have 2 full layers of "safety" and a few more inserts, in the event of a forgotten baby diaper, gastrointestinal, or simply to keep in the bag a langer or the handbag in case of an exit.

It really depends on the kids. Some will wee a lot when others pour three drops! Breastfed babies can do poopoo once a week as with each feed .... So it is very variable!
The usual range is between 2 and 5 hours between each change, with, for breast-fed babies, the change preferably after the feed because often drinking it stimulates the baby's transit and his defecation reflex.
Note that the frequency of exchange will evolve at the same time as baby!

Unfortunately, no. A washable diaper is like a garment: it will be perfect on a baby and it will not go to his neighbor at all.
This is the reason why we strongly advise our customers to test to verify that the product is suitable for baby morphology, and also that the system is suitable for parents before investing.

There are several reasons why:

  • A zizi up in little boys
  • Cloggy inserts that have lost their effectiveness (see the section below)
  • Inserts that have not “lived” enough (there are generally about ten washing for an insert at the top of its absorption)
  • Inserts too wet, in this case change more often or pass a more absorbent insert
  • An insert length poorly adapted to the length of the nacelle, too long or not enough
  • A poorly positioned basket
  • A perforated or worn nacelle (put water in the nacelle and look underneath if the water drops or if moisture appears)
  • Nacelles too small or too large for the child
  • Too tight panties or pants that compress the inserts causing overflow (the best is to use harrow-type pants or systematically take a size above the baby's)

Preflat layer

Follow the weight indications indicated below:
2 to 10kg :S
9 to 15kg :M
13 to 18kg : L
18 to 28 kg : XL
It will also depend on the morphology of the child (if it is large or small, chubby or thin) Generally speaking when your child approaches the weight hinge, it is better to take the waist above, even if it means to smaller when folding the preplate.

The veil serves to bring a dry effect to baby, so it is very useful for babies with reactive skin.
In a baby who is breastfeeding, the stool is water-soluble, you will have no difficulty in cleaning the diaper. But diversified babies have non-water-soluble stool, so we strongly recommend the use of sails to simplify your cleaning.
The veil is necessary for babies with reactive skin, but anyway very useful for others.

Non! The preplate is an absorbent that circles baby and is attached to the waist. It is very absorbent which makes it possible to space the exchange rates a little, but must be worn with a waterproof little bloom on top to protect the clothes from moisture.
Some parents will prefer to put the preplate alone with nothing on it for short times, but this will require higher monitoring to ensure that saturation leaks do not occur.

The preplate being absorbent everywhere, the exchange rates are more spaced than on other systems. Although it depends on the babies and the amount of urine they produce, it can vary between 3 hours and 5 hours.

It is important to have enough diapers to allow good rolling, and to avoid the risk of failure in the event of diarrhea...

For a laundry per full day, count:
-7 preplates (+ booster as needed)
-7 sails
-2 p'tits bloomers

For laundry every two days
-15 Preplates (+ booster as needed)
-15 sails
-4 p'tits bloomers

For a laundry every three days
-24 Preplates (+ booster as needed)
-24 sails
-5 p'tits bloomers

Plates and preplates are the most suitable systems for all morphos. We have so far never met a baby to whom the preplates did not fit.
Preplates are therefore particularly suited to structures such as cribs or nannies.

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