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10 Ratings: 3.0
Reusable diapers made of cloth for babies.

Cloth diapers are reusable and can be made from natural fibers, manmade materials, or a combination of both. They are often made from industrial cotton which may be bleached white or left the fiber’s natural color. Other natural fiber cloth materials … see full wiki

3 reviews about Cloth Diapers
Quick Tip by . September 30, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Love cloth! saves lots of money, saves on emergency trips to the store for MORE diapers, great on the environment, fun stylish designs that you can't get from disposables. We've had less leaks, less messy explosions and yes, even less diaper rashes.
Quick Tip by . July 01, 2010
One of the biggest benefits of cloth diapers is that they're a HUGE money saver, even when compared to cheap store brand disposables, and factoring in water and detergent use. By my calculations, we're saving about $1,095 over the course of 2.5 years (until we're potty trained, hopefully). The savings are even bigger if you compare to premium disposables! I was a skeptic, we used disposables for the first 6 months, I regret it. It's much easier and more convenient than I thought!
review by . January 30, 2009
My good friend got me interested in trying cloth diapers on our first baby. I was willing to try but thought it would be too much trouble and hassle to deal with as a new mother. Boy was I wrong! Cloth diapers nowadays are so much easier to use than they were when I was a baby. Now they use velcro (no pins) and have adorable designs. I thought that washing them would be a pain but I don't really notice it taking much time at all. I still use disposable ones when we are out and about but I highly …
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