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|gDiapers have no elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no smell, no garbage and no guilt. In fact, flushables are so gentle on the Earth you can even garden compost the wet ones in one compost cycle, approximately 50 – 150 days. Just think of the standing ovation you’ll get from the planet.
When you compost wet flushables, all of those good nutrients are recycled and available when the compost is ready, and can even replace expensive commercial fertilizer. The super absorber also works wonders by retaining moisture in the soil so it can be released gradually into your garden.
|Use two flushes. First the inner core, then the outer material.|
Originally Posted by Serenity Now
I also thought that toxic shock syndrome was caused by staphylococcus aureus, which would multiply in menstrual flow, so if you didn't change your tampons enough you were at a higher risk of developing this. I'd love to be further educated on the subject since I am having a hard time finding the research that I'm looking for (always trying to justify cloth to dh, you know ).
|I mean, think about it? How is flushing saving water?|
Originally Posted by odenata
from gdiapers.com (emphasis added):
In just 50-150 days, you can have sodium polyacrylate veggies to feed your children! Yum!
|What's up with Whole Foods selling gdiapers but not any real cds? Just pfs and bummis would be nice.|
Originally Posted by Yulia_R
Our baby is 8m.o. and his loose breastfed poop goes into his cute little potty for few months now
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