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Disposable diapers are a great environment concern. Almost all of over 20 billion diapers sold annually go directly into a landfill somewhere in America.

That's why the gDiaper is a very innovative creation. The design is completely eco-friendly - the outer layer of each diaper is made of a natu...more


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  • John_and_Rose

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    Disposable diapers are a great environment concern. Almost all of over 20 billion diapers sold annually go directly into a landfill somewhere in America. That's why the gDiaper is a very innovative creation. The design is completely eco-friendly - the outer layer of each diaper is made of a natural water-absorbing polymer, extracted from trees. And the inner layers are made of soft, elemental chlorine-free fluffed wood pulp. The biggest advantage however, is apparent - the diapers are 100% bio-degradable and can be flushed down the toilet.

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  • OooLaLa

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    Go green with these fantastic eco-friendly diapers!

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  • TinaC

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    gDiapers are nice answer for those that don't want to pollute the earth with disposable diapers (that take upwards of 500 years to biodegrade), but also don't see themselves cleaning cloth diapers. Resuse the water proof gDiapers outershell, and flush their compostable inserts. They don't contain perfumes that may irritate you and your baby, and check out the great designs!

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  • shea

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    gDiapers are awesome! They're the greenest choice in diapering this side of holding the kid out over the dirt and run by an great eco-entrepreneur friend of mine named Jason Graham-Nye.

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  • valerielecoeur

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    G Diaper is the no garbage, no guilt diaper. As you know, diapers are very bad for the environemnt. G-Diaper are for the parents who do not want to have a pile of smelly dirty cloth diapers hanging around for a week. It's the only diaper you can flush. You can even compost the wet one.

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  • faemomma

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    I love these but have trouble understanding why being earth friendly is so expensive ... esp with natural ingredients. Just cant afford to switch! It's pretty frustrating, hrrrm.

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  • PdxInkBlot

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    They take a little while to get used to, but they are so worth it! Your house smells better, it's great for the environment, and they're just SO CUTE!

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