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These wool longies are made with recycled wool.
100% Soft Cashmere wool.
2 layers are sewn in the center.
The waistband is NEW merino wool interlock.


I love this style due to able room for moving babies without constriction.
The last photo shows you how these look on baby.

These are not lanolized but come with care info.

Size Large

Rise 20"
Inseam 12"-14" from center Can be folded up
Waist 14"-24"

Why Wool Diaper covers?

Wool covers are biodegradable, renewable and breathable.
They allow fumes and moisture from urine to escape, preventing diaper rashes unlike other covers.
Wool is a natural fiber and allows heat and moisture to move away from your baby's skin.
Wool absorbs about 30 to 40 % of it's own weight in moisture without feeling damp.
Wool covers are perfect for heavy wetters and night time use.
Wool diaper covers are comfortable in hot or cold conditions.

Care of Wool covers:

Wool diaper covers need lanolin to work efficiently and properly. Lanolin is the natural wax produced by sheep to help protect their skin and wool from the ravages of the climate. It is extracted from the wool and used mainly as a natural water repellent in many products including creams, cosmetics, soaps and polishes.
Lanolin interacts with the ammonia in the urine to produce a natural soap like compound.
This reaction keeps odors away so you only need to wash them every 2 to 4 weeks. If soiled, you may spot clean or wash them.
Lanolin also keeps your covers water resistant.
Once your cover is no longer holding in moisture or starts to smell, it's time to lanolize them.
When you wash your wool covers, use a lanolin soap or mild soap.

How to Lanolize your wool:

You can use solid lanolin, liquid lanolin, or a lanolin spray to re-lanolize your wool.
How to use solid lanolin...
Add 1/2 tsp of any natural mild soap or shampoo (You can also use lanolin enriched Eucalan) to the water before soaking to gently cleanse the cover. While it is soaking, place pea sized (1/4 tsp) lanolin into 1 cup of very hot water or boil together on the stove.( not really needed) When the lanolin has melted, add it to the soaking cover. Stir to ensure it is all mixed. Let the wool cover soak anywhere from 15 minutes to a few hours giving it a chance to absorb the lanolin.

Once it is time to dry the cover avoid wringing or sque

Wool longies/wool diaper cover/ Long John's with doubler center Size Large

$23.36

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