Children who are born naked must be immediately swaddled to prevent their “new baby” smell from wafting out windows and attracting feral Peter Pans. Seal in your offspring’s freshness with this Groupon: for $59, you get a one-month cloth-diaper service package from Happy Nappy Cloth Diaper Service (a $155.47 total value, including tax). The package includes the following:
- Weekly cloth-diaper pickup and delivery (a $95.48 value)
- Baby starter package (a $59.99 value) including a pail, filter, and travel bag<p>
With an eye on lending Mother Earth a hand, the cloth-diaper purveyors of Happy Nappy Cloth Diaper Service set out to provide an alternative to disposable diapers that is cost-effective and healthy with a low environmental impact. Equipped with 100 per cent recycled pH-balanced fabrics, the service provides reusable, odour-resistant cloth diapers designed to breathe, guard against rashes, and absorb more liquid than a set of foam wineglasses. Beginning at least seven days prior to birth and continuing each week, caretakers can expect a drop-off of new diapers and the removal of soiled ones, with no requirement for parents to be home. Dirtied fabrics go through a phosphate-free laundering process, which rejuvenates the cloth duds using eight eco-friendly detergents—including proprietary formulas—over four separate washes that claim to use less water and energy than regular washing, and leave parents with more free time with which to debate giving baby a later curfew.
Happy Nappy Cloth Diaper Service
Happy Nappy Cloth Diaper Service offers an alternative to disposable diapers that is cost-effective and environmentally low impact. The odour-resistant cloth diapers are crafted from recycled, pH-balanced fabrics that guard against rashes and effectively absorb liquid. Each week, caretakers drop off new diapers and remove the soiled ones. After trundling the soiled sacks back to the laundry, they employ a phosphate-free laundering process and eight eco-friendly detergents over the course of four separate washes. Then, the diapers are sanitized before they are rinsed, dried, and tested for absorbency on a six-pack of chilled pop.