Recently I was approached with an offer to review and check out a new product on the market. My dilemma, I don’t have any diapers to test the product on. So until I find some fabulous mamas to start helping me with my reviews, in the meantime I’d love to share some info about Diaper Dawgs with you.
If you’d like to see Diaper Dawgs in action watch this recent video from Dirty Diaper Laundry, Kim demonstrates Diaper Dawgs in her “poop avoidance devices” video!
From Diaper Dawgs creator:
Referred to as the “accessory you never knew you needed,” Diaper Dawgs™ are slip-on silicone finger mitts (no larger than 3 inches) that guard Mom against pee and poo during her typical cloth diaper cleaning routine. Though their intended purpose is to protect fingers while fetching soiled and/or soaked inserts from pocket or all-in-two cloth diaper covers before they get tossed in the washer, Diaper Dawgs can also be used for grabbing messy flushable liners, holding an explosive diaper against a toilet while spraying, and even wringing out soaking diapers after spraying.
Diaper Dawgs is a family-run small business that aims to help the first-time cloth diaper mom, who has ever cringed when opening her baby’s diaper presents, stick with her cloth journey. They help the seasoned fluff mom, who doesn’t mind touching messy diapers with her bare hands, not get that whiff of poo that she missed while scrubbing under her fingernails. Don’t forget how Diaper Dawgs can persuade dad to become more willing to lend a hand on dirty diaper laundry day! And most of all, we hope to convince disposable diaper moms to come over to the “cloth” side by reaping the health, financial, and environmental benefits that cloth diapering provides.
Diaper Dawgs are currently sold through two online cloth diaper shops: Bumbledoo and Dream Diapers. You can dig up more information about Diaper Dawgs on their fun website at www.DiaperDawgs.com, Facebook or Twitter.
So what do you think of Diaper Dawgs? Cool idea? Do you see a need for these in your house?