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Old 11-21-2008, 01:32 PM
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I got mine at babies r us dont know if they have a online or not... may also try usa baby. If you dont have any luck let me know I will be at my folks for thanksgiving and would be happy to get you a pack or at least call you from the stor with the manuf. info so you can inquire about diff. types.
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I got mine at babies r us dont know if they have a online or not... may also try usa baby. If you dont have any luck let me know I will be at my folks for thanksgiving and would be happy to get you a pack or at least call you from the stor with the manuf. info so you can inquire about diff. types.

We have a babies R us here ,Ill try them, thanks.

Speedgirl how old would they be?Raicing stripes are ok,
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find someone who works at a local hospital, have them get you a couple bath blankets
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Are they made of linen? You may just be able to get some of the same kind of material from a fabric store and buy it by the yard.
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they are/feel the same as the old school diapers, used to get them all the time when I was on the ambulances. they make excellent rags and polishing clothes..sort of like a thick soft flannel

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Speedgirl how old would they be?Raicing stripes are ok,
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Mom is a miracle worker with laundry, no racing stripes.... I'll grab some on T-day - PM me your address!
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Thanks heather.

I found out the old ones I have are the Gause flat style and made by Gurity,which is out of biz,I thinking the Flannel flat style might be better.says its softer,but it might not grab the wax when taking wax off.

I also saw were 3m has a polishing cloth they use with there Ultrafinia polish.and Meguiars has one also. I need to test them .

The micro fiber rags Ive used is harder to use than the diapers.
I'm still researching
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Anybody else have any sugestions?



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TYPES OF FABRICS USED . . .
TERRY is considered the most absorbent. Terry fluffs up and softens with washing and drying in laundry machines. It doesn't shrink like flannelette, or break down as quickly. However, it is thick and bulky for double-diapering.

BIRDSEYE is tightly-woven fabric that is soft, absorbent and expensive to use. It is considered the most longest-wearing of all diaper fabrics.

GAUZE uses fuzzy, finely-spun, loosely-woven yarn to make a soft and absorbent diaper. Gauze is very comfortable to your baby's skin, and its porosity allows air to circulate easily. It is the most light-weight fabric.

FLANNEL is considered the softest to parent's touch, and comfortable to baby's skin. It is the most readily - available fabric, the most common fabric used in today's diapers.

STYLES OF DIAPERS AVAILABLE. . .


FLAT DIAPERS - A large rectangle or square of one thickness of flannelette, terry or gauze. A series of folds are needed to make this type of diaper fit your baby. But by folding them yourself, they become the most versatile. You can put the thickness where your baby needs it most. This is more time-consuming, but many parents like them better because they are the quickest to dry and the most economical!



PREFOLDED DIAPERS - Rectangular- shaped diapers, with several layers of padding stitched down the center for greater absorbency. They require little or no folding, and are the most common style provided by commercial diaper services. These are the easiest standard diaper to use with VelcroŽ closing covers, or they may be fastened with pins, Di-D-Clips or a Snappy diaper fastener.
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Rob try this site. Jo
http://www.zany-zebra.com/diaper-fabric.shtml
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Thanks heather.

I found out the old ones I have are the Gause flat style and made by Gurity,which is out of biz,I thinking the Flannel flat style might be better.says its softer,but it might not grab the wax when taking wax off.

I also saw were 3m has a polishing cloth they use with there Ultrafinia polish.and Meguiars has one also. I need to test them .

The micro fiber rags Ive used is harder to use than the diapers.
I'm still researching
Rob


Anybody else have any sugestions?



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http://www.borntolove.com/confused.html

TYPES OF FABRICS USED . . .
TERRY is considered the most absorbent. Terry fluffs up and softens with washing and drying in laundry machines. It doesn't shrink like flannelette, or break down as quickly. However, it is thick and bulky for double-diapering.

BIRDSEYE is tightly-woven fabric that is soft, absorbent and expensive to use. It is considered the most longest-wearing of all diaper fabrics.

GAUZE uses fuzzy, finely-spun, loosely-woven yarn to make a soft and absorbent diaper. Gauze is very comfortable to your baby's skin, and its porosity allows air to circulate easily. It is the most light-weight fabric.

FLANNEL is considered the softest to parent's touch, and comfortable to baby's skin. It is the most readily - available fabric, the most common fabric used in today's diapers.

STYLES OF DIAPERS AVAILABLE. . .


FLAT DIAPERS - A large rectangle or square of one thickness of flannelette, terry or gauze. A series of folds are needed to make this type of diaper fit your baby. But by folding them yourself, they become the most versatile. You can put the thickness where your baby needs it most. This is more time-consuming, but many parents like them better because they are the quickest to dry and the most economical!



PREFOLDED DIAPERS - Rectangular- shaped diapers, with several layers of padding stitched down the center for greater absorbency. They require little or no folding, and are the most common style provided by commercial diaper services. These are the easiest standard diaper to use with VelcroŽ closing covers, or they may be fastened with pins, Di-D-Clips or a Snappy diaper fastener.

a friend of mine details aircraft for a biz.. she gets rejects from the local diaper service.. I agree they do work the best

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