Any parent will know that changing nappies can be a challenge when you've got a wriggling toddler on your hands.
But one mother has devised a pioneering design that she claims can be put on your baby "in any body position".
Sangeeta Muthu, from Manhattan Beach, California, has filed a patent for a two-part, reusable design that "gives parents ultimate freedom to sneak in a quick change anywhere, any time", reports the Daily Mail.
Slick Diapers are currently the subject of an ambitious crowdfunding project on Kick Starter to raise $75,000 ($108,723) for manufacturing and distribution.
They are described as virtually impervious to leaks and can be taken off and put on with ease.
Indeed, the mompreneur is so confident in her design she says it can even be changed using just one free hand - and its reusability means it cuts diaper waste in half.
Slick Diapers were inspired by Sangeeta's daughter, on those "dreaded days when she would not cooperate with anything, including changing diapers".
She said: "That's when the idea struck me for a simpler version of a diaper design that would not require any cooperation from the baby for changing it.
"The baby can be blissfully doing what they please and parents can easily sneak in a diaper change even if they had just one free hand. That was the intention behind this snap-on diaper."
Sangeeta has until June 22 to reach her crowdfunding goal and make Slick Diapers a reality.
How do Slick Diapers work?
Both waistband and bottom parts are reusable and disposable. The waistband goes around your cute little baby and stays there until it needs to be changed.
When you need to change the baby, you simply take the soiled bottom portion off by peeling it at the waistband and then snap another one with an easy hook and loop fastener onto the waistband.
The clever design is made from two main parts and features a reusable waist band, adhesive edges, stretchy leg cuffs and a disposable bottom.
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