Features and Benefits:
-Interior consists of 4 layers of soft and absorbent certified cotton.
-Wet zone lined with waterproof TPU laminate to help keep clothes dry.
-Intended to help catch small accidents while training, does not replace diaper.
-Add additional absorbency for overnight use.
-Gentle elastic along legs and waist provide comfort and make it easier to pull pants up and down.
Care and Use:
-Prewash on warm
-Wash on hot
-Add another rinse on warm
-Hang to dry or dry in the dryer on low
Outer: 92% Polyester, 8% Spandex
Middle: 100% polyester with waterproof TPU laminate
Inner Absorbent Layers: 100% Certified Organic Cotton
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My 2 year old has recently become a little offended by diapers (only okay with nap and night diapers because we put them on her Llama toy also), so these work great when we're going out to someplace we really can't manage accidents well... Church, grocery store, coffee shop, etc. Since they seem more like underwear than diapers they are perfectly acceptable to her as a substitute for her underwear when we feel it necessary. They don't hold much without getting clothes wet, so as of now they aren't good night/nap options for her, but eventually when she's waking up to use the toilet I think they'll be our go to.
of the one we tried this was the only trainer that really keep the accidents from passing through the pants and wet the furniture, car seat. This is great for potty training, like the soft cotton in contact with my boy skin. The do take long time to dry, but they work better for me than other if you are starting the potty training and accidents are common
My grand daughter enjoys her new training panties. She is motivated not to get the pretty panties wet or dirty. Back when I was raising children they were boring white and there was less motivation. The panties fit well and I am ready to order more. Thank you for a good quality, fun product.
This is my second go round with Thirsties trainers, having bought the smalls when we started our first toilet adventures when my son was 18 months. LOL, nice try, us. He wasn’t able to get them up or down on his own yet, which really defeated the purpose, and by 2 was NOT interested in the potty, so we went back to flats and Thirsties covers. Fast forward to almost-3 and he is totally good for day time and 85% dry for nights/naps, but we wanted some extra insurance for sleep just in case and these work great. Super soft, not too bulky, and they catch small pees and reduce the impact of the occasional bigger ones...his one and only big nighttime accident of late was way less of a mess because of the trainer! Just don’t expect them to hold as much as a diaper and you’re good to go. My kid is about 3 lbs, maybe 36 inches tall, and the mediums fit with room.