Dog diapers suck, they're expensive and they don't fit! Anyone successfully hacked adult diapers for a large-breed dog? My dog (and my floors and my nose) need help.... [more inside]
posted by nj_subgenius
on Jul 5, 2012 -
Our cloth diapers have a permanent stink and lots of orange stains. What further laundry solutions should we try? [more inside]
posted by bigboggle
on Jun 19, 2012 -
[infant poo details follow] My one year old son wakes up when he dirties his diaper. Regrettably this tends to be at 5.30 / 6am - an hour before he's supposed to get up. If he doesn't then he sleeps through. He only goes once per day. Ideally I'd like this to be later in the morning. Any ideas how to move his body clock?
posted by TrashyRambo
on Jun 7, 2010 -
My 3 year old son tossed a diaper into the washer while we were doing laundry. The diaper made it to the dryer, where it shredded and gunked up everything. How the hell do I clean this up? The drum and the lint trap are cleaned, but I'm worried about the gel starting a fire.
posted by boo_radley
on Jul 28, 2009 -
Starch is food. So, why do we put cornstarch on skin to prevent, and dry up, topical skin infections, like diaper rash? I know from experience that it works. Why can't the infection use the starch as a food source?
posted by Foam Pants
on May 15, 2009 -
There is a drawing of a boy and a girl baby looking into their diapers. It's an advertisement w/ heading, "There IS a difference!" Does anyone remember what product/ service this ad was for??
posted by mickeefynn
on Mar 30, 2009 -
I have a brand-new baby and I forgot to get a diaper bag before having her. What brands are stylish yet sturdy, with plenty of pockets but without Pooh, P.Rabbit or any other characters? Other bags that work as diaper bags would be fine also.
posted by mdiskin
on Nov 13, 2005 -
My son pees on me. Have any MetaParents tried the Weeblock
or any similar product? Or have other tips for changing a boy baby's diaper without him soaking the area, his parents, and/or himself? We've tried using clean diapers and washcloths as shields with partial success, but we hope we can do better.
posted by escabeche
on Sep 25, 2005 -