Diapers do not have an expiration date. As long as they kept in a dry and not too warm environment, they remain good. They still absorb, still fit, still work exactly like a new diaper, but we usually recommend using them up to 3 years after the purchase.
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- Do diapers expire?
- What is the Eco by Naty packaging made of?
- How do I use Eco by Naty diapers?
- I have smelled a strong smell from the diaper packaging. What is it?
- Can I be sure that there are no harmful chemicals in Eco by Naty diapers?
- My baby has been suffering from rash problems whilst using Naty diapers. What could be the cause of this?
- Do your size Newborn diapers have a cut-out space for the umbilical cord stump?
- I have noticed a gel-like substance on my baby’s skin after changing Naty diapers. What is it?
- Eco by Naty diapers claim to be based on plant-based materials. What exactly does that mean?
- I have had quality/performance problems with Naty diapers. What should I do?