(New 3rd UPGRADE) Nylon Rucksack Organizer Insert, Diaper Backpack Organizer,Backpack Organizer Insert, Women Backpack For Mummy Coach MCM LV JanSport Anello, Small Large (Small, Blue)

  • ☀Superiority 1: Material: nylon waterproof, easy to clean, All for environmental protection material, without any peculiar smell.
  • ☀Superiority 2: MULTI-POCKET:This backpack organizer have total 18 pockets. Front exterior has insert pockets and zipper pocket, interior has many pocket for you to store your wallet, glasses, camera, pen, phone, cosmetics, diapers, bottle, etc. Keep your essentials well organized, and simplify your life
  • ☀Superiority 3: Not BULKY:It’s close to the weight of two apples, which is 267g,Put it in the backpack and you won’t feel any noticeable weight gain.
  • ☀Superiority 4: Lining PP hard sheet, firm, up-right,There is a movable bottom plate,Better support for backpack shape.
  • ☀Superiority 5: EASY TO CARRY- Size:10.6L x 5.9W x 13.8H inches. Suit for MCM and the same size of other style backpack.Convenient to carry in and out of your all belongings
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(New 3rd UPGRADE) Nylon Rucksack Organizer Insert, Diaper Backpack Organizer,Backpack Organizer Insert, Women Backpack For Mummy Coach MCM LV JanSport Anello, Small Large (Small, Blue): Product Description

 

How to organize your changing bag?

You are quickly tempted to put everything and anything in the changing bag. With the risk of transforming it into a real suitcase! Because it is impossible to anticipate everything (cold, heat, hunger, etc.), it is better to plan the essentials according to the child’s needs and the duration of the trip:

  • What to change baby (diapers, wipes, soothing cream, changing mat if it is not integrated into the bag). Take one or two more coats than the number required depending on the usual exchange rate.
  • What to dress baby (a bodysuit and pajamas or a full outfit).
  • What to eat baby (bottle and formula, small jars, bib ). There is a saying that says, “Breastfed baby, lighter diaper bag!”
  • Something to distract/calm baby (toys, comforter, pacifiers )
  • What protects the baby against the sun (glasses, hat, sunscreen).
  • What to care for the baby (a small first aid kit containing the minimum essential). Mainly for longer trips.

How to choose your diaper bag?

The changing bag is a preferred accessory for parents of infants. This bag should never be chosen at random. You should take into account several criteria before making sure that any diaper bag will suit or not suit your needs and recommendations.

  • Buy yourself a functional diaper bag: Your diaper bag will be functional if it contains lots of storage, many small and large pockets here and there. This will make it easier for you to get a specific item. You will have to be methodical to take advantage of this functional nature of your bag. Put the bottles in one, pocket, the diapers in another, and so on.
  • Buy yourself a large diaper bag: Since the diaper bag should contain the countless accessories required for the delivery of a baby, make sure you have a very large bag with you. In general, the changing bag has a width of 30 to 35 cm and a height of 40 to 50 cm.
  • Buy yourself a changing bag easy to carry: There are changing bags with a shoulder strap or backpack. Choose the one that will be easy to carry for you.

How to wash backpack diaper bag

Step 1: Throw

After changing your otter, you can take care of the dirty diaper. Is there only pee? Perfect, do nothing. In the case of stools, however, you must THROW away the solids (stool and paper if you have used them) in the toilet. Yes, the protective paper also goes to the toilet (unless you have a septic tank), contrary to the indications of certain manufacturers on the packaging… To be able to affirm this, I did serious research, and I notably questioned a STEP and a plumber.
If traces remain on the diaper and/or the protective pants, rinse them in the shower. No traces? Do not do anything!

WARNING! If your baby is not diverse, do nothing. His stools are water-soluble, so take advantage. No need for protective paper. No smell (well, curdled milk). The stool just disappears into the machine when rinsing, it’s almost magic.

Step 2: Store
Once the first operation is finished. You can store your diaper “dry” in a bucket or waterproof bag while waiting for the time to wash. Yes, you read that right, dry! Above all, do not soak your diapers in water (even / especially by adding essential oils or disinfectants)!
By storing dry, you limit the proliferation of bacteria and therefore, the appearance of possible odors. If you store in a bucket or a bin, prefer plastic or stainless steel, which are easier to clean, or use a waterproof bag that you will slip into the bucket, as you would with your bin bag but in a washable version. I advise you to use a lid but never close the bucket tightly (risk of too much maceration).
Important reminder: essential oils are absolutely useless in your storage bucket. Finally, they will bring a smell, yes. But in any case, they will not disinfect the entire contents of your bucket.

Step 3: Rinse
This is the most important step in the process. The one that most cloth diaper users skip because they don’t know it or think it’s useless. And yet! It is through rinsing that you will avoid most odor problems.
When laundry day arrives, load your washing machine and start a rinsing program. What is a rinsing program? Basically, this is a short program, involving water intake, agitation, and WATER DISCHARGE. Water drainage is the key. It is thanks to this that you will not wash your diapers in the urine (or in the stools…).
Again, I draw your attention to the fact that a rewash is not a rinse. The vast majority of washing machines do not drain the water between the rewash cycle and the wash cycle, so, they do not drain urine. Rewashing, therefore, does not replace rinsing. Rewash ≠ rinse. It’s clear? And if your machine does not have a “rinse” program, an express cycle at 15 or 30 minutes, even at a low temperature, without detergent, will do the trick!

Step 4: Wash
Again, it’s very simple. After rinsing, a cycle at 40°C with detergent. A long cycle is better, but a normal cycle is good. And for laundry, ideally, it should not contain optical brighteners, fabric softeners, glycerin or vegetable oils. That’s the theory, huh, because reading a laundry label and understanding it is not necessarily obvious… We are going to say that you have to choose one of the least bad detergents. Powder if possible. For 10 years, I have tested some, and I can recommend the Cover (even the liquid one), the Copland from Coop, the “ecological” from Micros or the Potion from Potshots.
What does? Good question! Now half dose! When you wash your clothes that you wear every day, you can put half a dose of detergent. Because your clothes are not dirty! A bit wore out, but never really disgusting… On the other hand, we are talking about washing layers full of pee, which have been in contact with stool, and which waited a few days before being washed. Therefore, the maximum dose recommended by the detergent manufacturer, depending on the hardness of your water. The recommended doses are on the package or bottle of the detergent. Not putting in enough detergent leads to odor problems.

Step 5: Dry
Once the laundry is done, lay your diapers in the open air, in the sun if they are stained. By drying the fabric, the UV’s will make the stains disappear. In addition, drying in the open air does not require energy.

Yes, I know, sometimes the sun is lacking, as is the space to dry the diapers .. If you have a dryer, you can use it for inserts and absorbent parts (no PUL in the dryer, unless specified by the manufacturer!). This will soften them, and reduce the drying time. Try to use the lowest possible temperature.