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Stainless Pins

These pins are a full three inches long. They have stainless steel shafts with a very sharp point. Sharper than any other pin we have ever tried. The head is all plastic safety catch preventing the diaper pin from coming unfastened and sticking the baby. These pins are suitable for the thickest night diapers and babies over 75 pounds. In addition to being very functional the colorful plastic head makes these pins uniquely for baby. This pin is much larger than those for small babies. To pin diapers with this size pin requires that you keep the pin at a low angle to the diaper and push it through with finesse. Keep one finger between the baby and the diaper to prevent poking the baby. You should only pin the outer diaper Diapering Example when double diapering and the thinner side panels in a prefold diaper. You can rub the pin across ivory baby soap or a trick that mothers from the 50's used was to pass it through their hair to provide a lubricant to assist in pinning the diapers. When done properly the pin should just slide in place without damaging the diaper. Another concern that most mothers know but it's worth repeating here is that diaper pins should be place sideways back to front as opposed to standing up pointing at the waist. Not only is it safer in the event of a pin coming unfastened but it's much more comfortable instead of sticking baby in the tummy when they sit.

Blue Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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Pink Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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Yellow Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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White Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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Green Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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Lilac Pin

$ 3.50 per pair
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These pins are a full three and one half inches long.

They have stainless steel shafts with a very sharp point. Sharper than any other pin we have ever tried. The head is all plastic safety catch preventing the diaper pin from coming unfastened and sticking the baby. These pins are suitable for the thickest night diapers and babies over 75 pounds. In addition to being very functional the colorful plastic ducky will delight your baby. This pin is much larger than those for small babies. To pin diapers with this size pin requires that you keep the pin at a low angle to the diaper and push it through with finesse. Keep one finger between the baby and the diaper to prevent poking the baby. You should only pin the outer diaper when double diapering and the thinner side panels in a prefold diaper. You can rub the pin across ivory baby soap or a trick that mothers from the 50's used was to pass it through their hair to provide a lubricant to assist in pinning the diapers. When done properly the pin should just slide in place without damaging the diaper. Another concern that most mothers know but it's worth repeating here is that diaper pins should be place sideways back to front as opposed to standing up pointing at the waist. Not only is it safer in the event of a pin coming unfastened but it's much more comfortable instead of sticking baby in the tummy when they sit.

Blue Ducky Pin

$ 4.95 per pair
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Pink Ducky Pin

$ 4.95 per pair
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Yellow Ducky Pin

$ 4.95 per pair
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White Ducky Pin

$ 4.95 per pair
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These pins are a full three and one half inches long.

They have stainless steel shafts with a very sharp point. Sharper than any other pin we have ever tried. The head is all plastic safety catch preventing the diaper pin from coming unfastened and sticking the baby. These pins are suitable for the thickest night diapers and babies over 75 pounds. In addition to being very functional the colorful plastic ducky will delight your baby. This pin is much larger than those for small babies. To pin diapers with this size pin requires that you keep the pin at a low angle to the diaper and push it through with finesse. Keep one finger between the baby and the diaper to prevent poking the baby. You should only pin the outer diaper when double diapering and the thinner side panels in a prefold diaper. You can rub the pin across ivory baby soap or a trick that mothers from the 50's used was to pass it through their hair to provide a lubricant to assist in pinning the diapers. When done properly the pin should just slide in place without damaging the diaper. Another concern that most mothers know but it's worth repeating here is that diaper pins should be place sideways back to front as opposed to standing up pointing at the waist. Not only is it safer in the event of a pin coming unfastened but it's much more comfortable instead of sticking baby in the tummy when they sit.

Kitty Pin

$ 4.95 per pair
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