How to use Disposables in a sentence

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  • Soft and Gas permeable contact lenses start at £ 49 per pair, with daily disposables at £ 1 per pair.

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  • It costs about £ 1000 to buy this many disposables.

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  • I only use disposables on holiday - well would you pack a diaper bucket?

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  • This does not cover disposables such as bulbs, covers etc.

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  • My baby has a terrible diaper rash from conventional disposables.

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  • Soft and Gas Permeable contact lenses start at £ 49 per pair, with daily disposables at £ 1 per pair.

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  • Became partner of Arthur Young in Bristol and London, then ran own business in medical disposables.

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  • The aim is to engage with parents nationwide to help them make an informed choice about real diapers and single-use disposables.

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  • You will be an experienced medical salesperson, ideally selling devices, disposables or equipment to ITU or theaters.

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  • Some parents use cloth training pants on their children during the day and switch over to disposables at night.

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  • Using disposables when you travel is certainly more convenient.

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  • Of course, there is still the debate over disposables vs. cloth diapers, but the decision is ultimately up to the parents.

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  • Proponents of disposables are quick to point out their advantages.

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  • The use of disposables began to increase in popularity in the 1960's and continues to be used by many parents today.

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  • Easy Traveling-Whether you're making a short trip to the grocery store or traveling across the country, disposables make traveling with a baby easier.

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  • Less Mess-You don't have to worry about additional laundry if you use disposables.

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  • Still, when the two are compared, disposables are generally more expensive.

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  • Overflowing Landfills-Obviously, all of those disposable diapers have to go somewhere, so landfills sometimes may seem overrun with disposables.

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  • For years, disposable diaper advocates stated that children who wear disposables have a lesser instance of diaper rash.

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  • In some cases, the dyes and super absorbent gels used in disposables can irritate baby's skin.

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  • Therefore, it can take several hundred years for the decomposition of disposables to take place, with some of the plastic material never decomposing.

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  • For those looking to save the environment and save money at the same time, discount cloth diapers are environmentally friendly and can increase the savings of using cloth instead of disposables.

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  • This general cost comparison is one of the reasons why many people are choosing cloth diapers, in addition to the large negative impact that disposables have on the environment.

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  • The diaper is placed under the baby's bare bottom and attached in the front in the same manner as disposables.

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  • Keep a pack of disposables on hand for that rare emergency.

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  • However, with a little practice and a good set-up at home to deal with the whole process, cloth diapering can be just as easy as using disposables.

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  • Note that 'pull-up' covers (the kind traditionally used with cloth diapers before there were disposables) can be slightly more difficult in terms of aligning the liner with the cover, but a little practice is all it takes.

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  • These numbers can multiply quickly, giving the impression that cloth diapers are much more expensive than disposables.

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  • For this reason, many parents choose to start with disposables and transition into cloth as their child dirties fewer diapers per day and stays one size for longer periods of time.

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  • In addition, new parents can find running out of clean diapers a frustrating enough thought to warrant at least having disposables as a back-up.

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  • With daily disposables you also don't have to worry about cleaning routines, losing lens cases, and cleaning solutions.

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  • You did well to thoroughly clean the litter box, and the disposables aren't a bad idea either.

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  • Washable pads are a good alternative to disposables because you won't contribute waste to landfills.

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  • For one, there are many types of cloth diapers - some function and look just like disposables and these are called all in ones.

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  • Almost all disposables also contain these chemicals.

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  • They come in various styles from daily disposables to gas permeable.

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  • They provide clear vision at all distances and since they are daily disposables, no cleaning is required.

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  • Daily disposables are used for a maximum of 24 hours before needing to be replaced.

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  • Daily disposables are a convenient option that will give all day comfort.

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