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Diaper Explosion! (Not The Poopy Kind) – Diaper Shortage Possible

baby, diaperAn explosion in a factory in Japan has the ability to create a shortage in Diapers.  The factory is one of the primary suppliers for one of the super absorbent materials found in most diapers.  The explosion killed 1 emergency responder and injured 35 others.  According to the Telegraph, the water-absorbing polymers soak up an infant’s waste through hydrogen bonding with water molecules.

I’ve been having a hard time trying to decide what type of diapers I’m going to use.  I imagine this explosion isn’t really going to cause that much of a shortage, it’s probably going to increase the price of diapers.  What do you think?  Would you change over to clothe diapers to save some moneyLet us know.

[Telegraph]

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