Many states require swim diapers when diaper-aged children use a public pool. When a swim diaper fits properly, most bacteria including E.coli are prevented from entering the water. So prevent messy pool accidents by using a swim diaper! Read more below.
Swim diapers are reusable, cloth diapers that have a waterproof layer on the outside and a soft absorbent layer on the inside. Swim diapers won't fall apart in the water and therefore won't clog pool filters. Because they don't absorb water, they don't become waterlogged and heavy. Therefore, they do not absorb urine (so please beware so you don't get a wet lap!). If swim diapers would absorb urine they would also absorb water, potentially pulling baby under water. This is also true for disposable swim diapers.
Reusable, cloth swim diapers can be washed and reused all season! There are many different styles, colors, and prints to choose from.
A tankini has a swim diaper bottom and matching top with a little more coverage than a bikini. Super cute!