To decide how many their child needs, parents have to consider their lifestyle. If they live near a beach, have a pool, or go regularly to a community pool, they may want to have two or three diapers. The diapers take a few hours to dry thoroughly, so it is best to have more than one if parents anticipate spending a lot of time near the water. For infrequent use, one swim diaper should be sufficient. Parents can find iPlay swim diapers in local box stores and online.
Reusable swim diapers work just as well as disposable swim diapers. The wick-away lining absorbs urine and contains it until the next diaper change. It is even more important that the diaper effectively contains fecal matter, as that can contaminate water and spread disease. With the tight elastic around all the openings, this is not a problem for the iPlay swim diapers.
Hi Katie! I love iPlay swim diapers. I’ve used both the pull up and side snap. They both work just the same and depending on your child, the side snap may be easier to put on.