Do you need swim diapers?
If your child isn’t potty trained and they want to dip toes and more into a public body of water, you need swim diapers. Regular diapers won’t work. The material that makes diapers so absorbent also turns them into a waterlogged anchor around your child’s waist once they are submerged in water. Not only is their absorbing action rendered useless once they soak up water, but their weight makes them super saggy to the point of falling off. And they definitely can’t hold anything inside once they’re stretched out.
Swim diapers are designed to withstand water and contain solids. They aren’t meant to absorb. Yep, that means pee will pass through to the water. But swim diapers should keep number twos inside eliminating what public pools fear most: fecal contamination. (Everyone out of the pool, closed for days or weeks as it’s drained and refilled, etc.)
You may be thinking, “What about when my child is out of the water?” Because there is no absorbency, you’ll have to change into a regular diaper right after swimming.
1. Color may little vary due to the different monitor and light effect
2. Please allow 1-3cm measuring deviation due to manual measurement