WHAT MAKES MOPTAIL CLOTH NAPPY INSERTS DIFFERENT AND MORE EFFECTIVE
Our inserts are covered with a layer of cotton knit and toweling. The inner pad is a compressed cotton/viscose blend. We add a layer of zorb* to increase the compression ratios.The pads dry fast and can even be wrung out to be reused immediately in emergencies.
SOME INTERESTING INFO ON ZORB
Zorb contains only tangled cellulose fibers. These fibers are non-allergenic, durable and easy to sanitize.
One layer of Zorb is the same as:
- 3 layers of flannel
- 25 layers of French terry
- 3 layers of cotton fleece
- 1 layer of Sherpa.
Zorb wicks (leaks off) less under compression than any other fabric used in inners. Compression leak off occurs when a fabric reaches saturation and cannot distribute moisture from the ‘squish’ area to other parts of the absorbent web.
Zorb cures this problem in 2 ways:
First, Zorb is extremely fast at moving moisture around. Assaults are quickly spread over a wide area to minimize saturation and leak off in the area tat is peed on.
Second, the ability to resist leak off depends on the resiliency of the fabric’s web. Zorb is considerably more resilient that fleeces and terrys, and way more resilient than microfiber toweling. When you squish it using the typical pressure of a baby, moisture simply moves to another part of the Zorb web. Natural fibre knits are slow to move moisture around, so pressure creates a leak off cannel, polyester fleeces (micro and polar) and microfiber terry towel have weak webs that collapse under any pressure, they have the most trouble with leak off.