Patents

Reusable Diapers

October 8, 2009

Patented recently is a reusable diaper comprised of an inner layer configured to wick moisture from a diaper wearer's body and an outer layer configured to be substantially liquid-impervious. At least one pocket is defined by a space between the inner and outer layers. At least one pocket is configured to receive at least one liquid-absorbent insert. The diaper also includes at least one slit in the inner layer that provides access into the space between the inner and outer layers defining at least one pocket. At least one flap is provided that is positioned in an open configuration in which at least one slit is exposed and allows access into at least one pocket and a closed configuration in which at least one flap substantially covers at least one slit.
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