Frugal Diapering: Frugal NO-SEW Bedwetter Pants

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, December 15, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: Reading in Bed, by Squiggle, on Flickr
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Have you got a bedwetter, but not enough money to afford those expensive cloth Bedwetter Pants, or the on-going expense of the disposable ones?

You can make your own - NO sewing required!

You will need: Two padded training pants (you can also use underpants, but padded training pants will be more absorbent), one or two flat or prefolded diapers, four diaper pins and a waterproof outer cover.

Or use a waterproof covered training pant for your outside layer - for a two-in-one combo!

Using the cloth diaper, fold it into a long thick rectangular pad. Lay this inside one of the training pants, so that the folded diaper pad lays down the center of the training pant.

Image: Use two diaper pins to fasten the folded diaper pad in place. Place one pin through the short end of the diaper pad and training pant at the front waist
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Use two diaper pins to fasten the folded diaper pad in place. Place one pin through the short end of the diaper pad and training pant at the front waist. Place another pin through the opposite short end of the diaper pad and back waist. Pin from the outside of the training pant, so as not to cause discomfort to your child.

Next add the second training pant on the inside of the first, so that you now have a training pant | folded diaper pad | training pant sandwich.

Add a nylon, vinyl or other waterproof pull-on pant over top of everything. Or check into some of the newer fleece pull-on pants! These work great for kids embarrassed by the "baby-like" nylon or vinyl pants. Your bedwetter sandwich now has four layers - training pant | folded diaper pad | training pant | waterproof cover.

Use the two remaining diaper pins to pin through the three layers - two training pants and one waterproof outer cover - this time placing one diaper pin at each side waist. Push the pins through the same area as the stitching on the waterproof cover to prevent damage.

These pins help to hold everything all together, and will allow your child the independence to quickly pull up and down their Bedwetter Pants when they need to go to the toilet.

If your child needs even more absorbency, you can add another layer of folded diaper, but this could be very bulky.

These Bedwetter Pants can also be used during the day, for older children not quite ready, or not completely potty-trained.


Image: Babygoal Reuseable Adjustable Washable Waterproof Baby Training Pants | Leak free and rash free,Washable, breathable and comfortable-Shopping Suggestions:
Gerber Birdseye Prefold Diapers
OsoCozy Birdseye Flat Bleached Diapers
Dappi Waterproof Diaper Cover
Luvable Friends Training Pants
BabyGoal Waterproof Trainer
OsoCozy Diaper Pins







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About Catherine: I have been writing my Frugal Baby Tips since 1982, when I was a young divorced mom of two - for my baby product company, Born to Love. I am now mom to three grown up sons, and a grandma - and happily married to a wonderful man. We have rescued two little dogs, Denny and Dexter - and a rescue cat, Bella.

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