Cloth Diapering Info
If you are new to the world of cloth diapers you are likely feeling overwhelmed by the array of choices available. It can be difficult to know what all the differences are and scary to invest in a product you fear may not be what you need.
Cloth diapers don't have to be intimidating, a hassle, expensive, or "gross". In fact they can be better for your wallet, your child's health, and certainly our environment! Here you will find all the information you need to answer some of the most common questions about cloth diapering.
There is information to help explain the available cloth diapering systems so that you can compare the features of each and decide which is right for you. There is a section on cloth diaper closures so you can understand the differences between snaps, pins, and others in terms of how they function on cloth diapers. You will also find information about materials used in cloth diapers, and can learn about wool diapering and how that works.
You can even read about the Least Expensive way to cloth diaper your children.
Commonly given reasons for cloth diapering:
~Better for environment - cut household waste 50% by weight
~Better for finances - save $1200- $1500/baby
~Better for baby's skin - breathes and has no chemicals
~Easier than ever - hundreds of styles and types of diapers
~Never have to run out in the middle of the night for diapers
~Cloth diapered babies tend to potty train an average of 6 months faster than their disposable diapered counterparts
~Cloth diapers are adorable - they are even trying to make disposable diapers that LOOK like cloth diapers, how crazy!
I primarily offer Two-Part Systems, All-In-Twos, and Pocket Diapers. You will find fitted diapers, hybrid prefolds, PUL covers, wool covers, and fleece Covers in my store along with options for turning covers into All-In-Two systems and Pocket Diapers and inserts.
If you have more specific questions about my products you can try my FAQ's page or contact me.