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Mar 29, 2021

[Answer] 7. In 1961, what did Pampers introduce, much to the joy of mothers (where they were available)?

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...1. Disposable diapers 2. Fountain pen nibs 3. Dental bits 4. Plastic bottles Since their initial appearance in the 1961, disposable diapers have radically changed. Originally, they had plastic on the outside with a lot of papery material inside. Subsequent versions have aded waterproof layers, superabsorbent pads with a chemical called sodium polyacrylate (among others) and another inner liner. There have been controversies involved with the change. Some people have linked sodium polyacrylate to toxic shock syndrome. In spite of the controversy, the development of disposable diapers was a revolutionary lifestyle change for families.




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Disposable diapers:


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