Diapers Help Your Plants Grow!

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How can diapers help your plants grow? Trust me, it's probably not what you're thinking.

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Kipkay (Crazy Diaper Gag!):
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Now you know that using diapers can really make sense in growing your plants. And in a similar train of "out of the box" thinking, did you know there's a way to find a fun, German-engineered car, that actually makes sense too?

In this video you'll see how to use new, or "gently used", diapers to;

- Make a "super gel" for better gardening
- Cut your watering schedule in half
- Help fresh cut flowers last longer and look awesome
- Start growing seeds the lazy way
- Protect your plants from overwatering and under watering

I love the idea that simple resources can be utilized to help meet our basic survival needs, or help optimize systems with just a shift in thinking, and repurposing our trash. Water and time are both very important resources, and when both can be conserved with very little effort, it's a major win.

The next time you have a damaged or defected diaper that you're just going to throw away, why not rip it apart and try some of these experiments for yourself? Just make sure it hasn't been used for it's original intended purpose first!