Sold in 5 pieces per pack.
Traveling and toilet training at the same time?
Traveling with a toilet trainee can be extremely hard on you and your child.
These Pampers Easy up Training diapers are made for your child to feel more wetness compared to regular diapers, but will still absorb accidents.
Sold in multiples of 5 pieces.
Diapers will be delivered in a clear plastic package as shown in the last image, NOT the package shown in the main image.
Package Size (Approximately): Length: 34 cm / 13.1″ Width: 18 cm – 18 cm / 7″ Thickness: 11 cm / 4.3″
Amount per Pack: 5 Diapers
Made in Japan
Manufacturer / Supplier: P&G, Proctor and Gamble Japan
Address: 7-1-18 Onoe Dori, Chuo-Ku, Kobe 651-0088
Phone #: 0120-021329
Official Website: https://www.jp.pampers.com/
1. The side with “pampers” is the front, and the side with the tape in the middle is the back.
2. To change dirty diapers, tear the side seams with your hands.
3. Roll up diaper with the dirty side unexposed, stick the tape on the back side of the diaper so it does not unfold.
4. Wetness indicator : Yellow = Dry ; Blue = Wet
• Change dirty diapers as soon as possible.
• Do not stick the tape directly to your baby’s skin.
• To avoid swallowing suffocations and other injuries, store product out of reach of children.
• Immediately stop use and consult with a doctor / physician if user gets irritations after use.
• Keep away from fire. Flammable.
• Dispose after single use. Do not reuse.
• Do not use the product for purposes other than the intended purposes.
• Diapers you receive may have different designs from the website photo.
How to Store Product:
• Keep out of reach of children. Make sure your children do not have access to the diapers and plastic package.
• Avoid high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight. Store in cool environment. Leaving the package in a hot environment could melt the plastic. Do not leave in hot environment.
• After opening the package, seal tight to keep unused diapers sanitary.
• To avoid danger of suffocation throw away empty package.
• Non-woven Polyolefin – Similar to Polypropylene, a non-woven plastic fiber.
• Non-woven Polyester – Fabric made of 100% Polyester.
• Cotton-like Pulp – Liquid Absorbent.
• Superabsorbent Polymer – Powder that absorbs liquid 300 times its own weight.
• Polyolefin Film – Material made of polymer plastic film.
• Adhesive Tape – Commonly known as sticky tape.
• Synthetic Rubber – Artificial rubber.
• Hot-melt adhesives – Commonly known as glue.
• Flush discharge in toilet if possible.
• DO NOT FLUSH DIAPER DOWN THE TOILET.
• If you are throwing away the diaper in the trash, roll diaper so that the dirty side is not exposed, put it in a sealed bag if possible.
• If there are no garbage cans especially for diapers, make sure to put used diapers in a sealed bag, or take them back to your personal garbage cans.
• Follow your district’s disposal policies.
Legal Disclaimer: Actual product, product packaging and the official website may have different information than what is on this website. All translations are provided for information purposes only. We advise you not to rely solely on the information on this website.