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Wide-back Insert / Doubler - MOS
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Wide-back inserts will be loved by parents whose toddlers have moderate pee and are beginning to have solid poop. Flat inserts without additional elastics, made of birdseye fabric, with a wider back part to protect the wool cover from getting dirty, increase the absorbent surface without increasing the thickness of the insert itself. Recommended for babies who already have regular bowel movements (although this is obviously not a prerequisite). Available in the following sizes:

Size MOS - 60cm, 3 layers 

Age: from 3 to 10 months depending on baby's needs and body build

Clothing size: from birth to about 68-74/80 (29-31’’) depending on baby's body build

Weight: from about 5 kg to 8.5 kg (11-18lbs) depending on baby's body build

Size OS - 70cm, 4 layers

Age: from 4-5 months depending on needs and baby's body build

Clothing size: from 74 (29’’) upwards

Weightfrom around 6 kg (13lbs) and up

Washing instructions: machine wash at 60॰C (140॰F). Do not iron as this process reduces the absorbency of the insert. Do not dry clean. Can be tumble dried but it is not recommended as it can significantly shorten the life of the insert. Do not bleach. Line drying is recommended. Use white washing powder containing a compound called TAED (Tetraacetylethylenediamine).

Before using for the first time: it is advisable to soak the liner overnight in hot water with dish washing soap to speed up the leaching of the oils contained in the cotton. As cotton is a natural fibre it needs from 5 to 9 washes to become fully absorbent. The insert can be used already after the first washing, but then it is worth remembering to change it more often (this eliminates the dilemma of washing clean clothes, which is not always in line with our convictions).

Everyday care: the insert that you remove from your baby's bottom should be washed (how to do it properly here 😉). If after washing you find that there are poo stains on the fabric, it's a good idea to expose the wet insert to direct sunlight - the sun will naturally remove the stain and keep the fabric white. At the same time, these stains do not mean that the insert is dirty (unless it is accompanied by an unpleasant smell, in which case it is worth looking again at the correctness of the washing process).

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