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    • Not Really: The overwhelming bulk of those of us using cloth diapers are using rubber panties How can P(olyurathane) fabric be vinyl coated? As I understand it from what I have heard and from the word "laminate" the structure is a thin layer of PU sandwiched (laminated) between two layers of a textile (usually nylon) like Gore-Tex, used for high-end outdoorsman rainwear, which has bewen around for over 30 years Beyond that,, if they are "breathable" that means they are gas-permeable. That is fine for rainwear since pretty muvh the only thing they are dealing with is water and water vapor. There have been complaints about the panties "leaking" what actually happens is that, at near body temperatures, some of the elements of bodily ejecta are gaseous or vapors, they escape since what "breathes" in, also "Breathes" out. Away from the body, they condense back into liquids and get on the outside of the panty and on the clothing. If you are in fairly thick diapers, than "breathe"ability is not an issue since the diapers are too thick for it to be useful. They have been trying to replace the fuly protective materials for  well... http://other.sandralyn.net/1942.html   and I have heard the same thing about  these kinds of fabrics for 4-1/2 decades. I also heard that the waterproofing separates from the textile. Also the material feels a bit out-of-place creepy for baby panties
    • Yeah, I will work on this when I feel the drive to do so again. I apologize for letting it fall apart, but my desire to write will appear at random and that doesn't always fall in line with free time.
    • By vest, I mean what you would call a onesie. It doesn't button in the back, it fastens over the crotch like a normal vest/onesie, but the poppers are a little further back in his rear where he can't reach them.