Thursday, 17 March 2016

How to Clean Up After Any Disposable Diaper Change

Did you now just complete a disposable diaper change on a child, and now you don't know how to clean up? To make sure you did everything correctly, follow this article, to ensure everything in your power has been done.

1. Fold the dirty diaper in half with your free hand, to keep the soiled area and wipes inside while you finish the job. Use the tape-tabs to make it all into one tight bundle.

2. Place the disposable diaper into a sealed small plastic bag, and place it outside in a garbage collection container.

3. Wipe your baby's hands with another wipe if necessary. Sanitize the surface with a product that is formulated for sensitive skin.

4. Put everything away. Creams, lotions, and baby oils must be put somewhere safe, as they can be harmful if swallowed by a child. Keep all of your diaper-changing supplies where you will be able to find them quickly and easy each time you need them.

5. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. 6. Pick up your baby and go onwards with life.

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