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Another Review for Bayu Diapers Ruby Series

It is definitely a very affordable and easy on the pockets for newbies. The pul print is very bright and cheerful. Very easy to assemble, stuff and adjust the pocket rise. Snaps are well enforced, hook and loop closures are strong too.
Fitting wise, used medium setting for my 3 mths++, 6.1kg son, and large setting for my 2 yrs ++ daughter. Absorbency wise, I used both os inserts for day time use as both my kids are heavy wetters. And also used 3 layers of hemp sandwiched in between for nite time diapering.
The pocket cd is easy to to wash and care for, no more diapers pilling, thanx to laundry tabs. What I really like is the soft fleece next to baby's skin and the gusset leg guard. Elastics does not leave any red marks. My only hope in the future is to have snaps closure as the present hook + loop tends to ride over my son's tummy, thus leaving red marks.
Enclosed herewith are pics of Bayu Diaper in action. Urs truly, Joanne Lee

Bayu Diapers Ruby Series - Product Review

Dear Lily,
 Firstly, I would like to say "Thank you" for selecting me to try out your Sentuhan Bayu CD. I am very happy to have the opportunity to try out the CD. In fact, I was supposed to try on my toddler son about 3 years old, but he refused to wear, so I ended up trying on my newborn baby boy that is few weeks old.

              1)   CD is print is very nice
              2)   Insert very thick and can hold my baby urine for 4 hours or so
              3)   CD fitting around the legs are good, fits well, good to prevent leaks at the legs.
              4)   CD Material inside is very comfy, baby have no rashes sign at all, surprisingly using dispo diaper gives him rashes.
              5)   CD velcro fits nicely on my newborn baby waist, easier & faster for changing using velcro he looks gorgeous in those
                    CD print. I think the CD Design are too Gorgeous ;)
              6)   I thought when baby poos, it's hard to wash the stains away, but a…

Natural remedies for the 15 most common aches, pains, and health complaints

By Sarah Irani, EcoSalon Posted Mon Feb 7, 2011 9:50am PST Is the economy beating you up? It’s time to get creative. Next time you have an ache or pain, forget about a costly trip to the drugstore and test-drive some of your grandmother’s remedies instead. It’ll save money and be gentler on your body and the environment. Recessionistas (and gents), welcome to the DIY medicine cabinet.
1. Stop BleedingYou’d think it would burn, but a sprinkle of cayenne pepper on a cut will quickly stop the bleeding and actually relieve the pain.
2. ToothacheThere’s nothing so bad as the shooting pain of a toothache. You don’t want to ignore a tooth problem, because an infection that close to your brain can be extremely dangerous if it spreads. But in order to reduce swelling and pain while you wait for a dentist appointment, try putting a few drops of clove oil on your tooth and gums, and bite down on a smashed piece of garlic (which has excellent antibacterial properties). This has always worked for me.

Japanese inventor creates machine that converts plastic bags into fuel

By Megan Treacy Posted Mon Feb 14, 2011 1:57pm PST Plastic bags have been the enemy of environmentalists for pretty much as long as they have existed.  Not only are they made from oil, but they clog our landfills for hundreds of years.  Many cities, states and countries have banned plastic bags altogether, but for most of the world, they'll be hanging around for a while longer.
In an attempt to deal with the millions and millions of plastic bags used every year, Japanese inventor Akinori Ito has created a machine that can turn plastic bags into fuel in a carbon negative process.  The machine, which is now being sold by the inventor's Blest Corporation, heats the plastic and traps the vapors in a system of pipes, where the vapors are cooled and condensed into crude oil. The crude oil can be used in generators and even some stoves, but with one more refining step, it can be used in gasoline.
The very efficient machine can process two pounds of plastic (including polyethylene, poly…

Hook & Loop diapers without laundry tab?

Well, if your hook & loop closure diapers are without laundry, not to worry. It is not the end of the world. ;-)

What you could do is flip it inside out & place it in the existing closure. See the photos below; then you can throw it your washing machine.

- Posted from my iPhone

10 Valentine's Day - By BRIGITTE ROZARIO

It's that time of the year again – when young ladies buy new dresses for that special dinner/party and young men pay the high price for a red rose.
For those with children, often there is no time, not enough money and never any energy to indulge in these romantic escapades. Most let the day go past with just a card or even none at all.
If you want to rekindle the romance this year with your spouse, here are some cheap and fairly easy ideas:

1) Plan a long weekend
Feb 14 this year falls on a Monday and Feb 15 is a public holiday (Nabi Muhammad's birthday). If you take leave on Feb 14, you will get a four-day weekend.
Ask your in-laws or siblings to help out by taking the children just for this weekend. Go away alone with your spouse. It needn't be somewhere far away or at some expensive getaway. How about somewhere closeby that is near nature? If you're within the Klang Valley, you might opt for Bagan Lalang Beach or even Kanching Waterfalls.
If you want somewhere even …

Bumkins Diaper Cover to let go

Pls email me if you are interested.

- Posted from my iPhone

BumGenius Stock Update - Only at SentuhanBayu

BUMGENIUS WITH SNAPS & BRIGHT COLORS ARE BACK !! GET IT NOW at only RM79.90 EACH DIAPER COMES WITH TWO FREE INSERTS - A ONE SIZE INSERT (HOLDS UP TO 15 OZ) AND ONE NEWBORN INSERT PLUS FREE SHIPPING!! NEW Snap: Blossom Bubble Butternut Clementine Grasshopper Moonbeam Noodle Ribbit Sweet Twilight White Zinnia Hook & Loop:

Blossom Bubble Butternut Clementine Grasshopper Moonbeam Noodle Ribbit Sweet Twilight White Zinnia