Cloth Diapers

Cloth Diapers

Washable and Reuseable

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Why use Cloth Diapers?

  1. SOFT & SAFE - Disposable diapers may contain dioxin, sodium polyacrylate, dyes, fragrances, plastics, tolulene, xylene, ethlbenzene, and other cancer causing toxins. Our diapers are soft and safe as they are non-toxic and chemical-free.
  2. CONVENIENT - With modern advances in cloth diapering, they are designed to wash and dry quickly, and absorb more moisture to keep your baby comfortable.
  3. STYLISH CHOICES - Have you seen our designs! They will always look nicer than disposables, with your choice of eye-catching designs.
  4. SAVE MONEY - Diapering a child in generic disposables diapers cost over $1,200 in 2 years. A full time cloth diapering system can cost as little as $300.
  5. ECO-FRIENDLY - The average baby will need about 6,000 diaper changes in their life. Using cloth diapers reduces the environmental impact by preventing all those diapers from sitting in landfills!

Diaper Size Adjustment
Our cloth diapers are one size so they fit most children from birth through potty training. A one-size diaper can be adjusted to fit different shapes and sizes from 7lbs to 35lbs and more. To adjust our one-size diapers use snaps to easily fit your growing baby at any size.


How many Cloth Diapers do I need? 

You’ll need enough diapers to make it through 1-3 days, depending on how frequently you plan on doing laundry. This number will depend on the following factors:
• How often you do cloth diaper laundry (recommended every 2-3 days)
• How many children you have in cloth diapers.
• Which style of diaper you choose to use for your child.
• The age of your child. (Newborns: 8-12 / day,  Toddlers: 4-6 / day)

We personally recommend having between 24-36 cloth diapers. This way you will only need to wash diapers every 2-3 days.

Care Instructions:
• Wash cloth diapers separately from other laundry.
• Separate insert from diaper. If soiled, shake off solid waste into a toilet.
• Rinse in cold water. Machine wash at warm using mild detergent.
• Hang dry. Do not use fabric softeners, bleach, or dryer sheets.