Have you ever heard that diapers have a shelf life?
What is the difference between paper diapers and diapers? The first thing to explain is that there is not much difference in function between the two, but in terms of comfort, diapers are better than diapers, but diapers are more breathable than diapers. Another difference is that the diapers are worn on the baby, which is relatively firm, and the baby will not fall off even if the baby rolls over, which is very safe. Diapers are diapers, just like diapers, just plug it in, and sometimes it will fall off.
Everyone knows that food has a shelf life, but have you ever heard that diapers have a shelf life? I think people generally don't read it, because subconsciously we all think that diapers can be used for a long time. The shelf life of diapers is generally 3 years. This depends on the diapers used. Each package of diapers is printed with a date of use before. It is recommended that mothers buy relatively 'fresh' diapers through regular channels and beware of counterfeit and shoddy products. The product is harmful to the health of the baby.
In general, it is best to use up diapers after opening within 2 to 3 months. If it is in a humid environment, it needs to be used up as soon as possible. Generally, it should be used up within one month. Bacteria will breed after a long time. If it has been opened for a period of time, it is best to expose it to the sun before use, which is conducive to disinfection. The editor here suggests that when buying diapers, mothers should not hoard many boxes at once. Different brands of diapers will have some differences in size and other aspects. After buying a small package for the baby, if the mother finds that it is suitable for the baby, buy it. Enough for a baby for 1-2 months.