• M
  • Platteville, United States
  • 5 months ago

Cloth diapers?

Any mommas trying or tried cloth diapers? If so what's your thoughts on it? I took a class today about how much money you can save and all the other benefits of them so I'm wanting to give it a try but just wanted to hear people's personal opinions on them. 😊 also great brands to use?
  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • 2 days ago

I love cloth diapering. We use pocket diapers. The best brand imo is Honeybuns but you'd have to buy them used because it was a family company and she closed shop. I also really like the MamaKoala, especially for nighttime use (they are roomier so w use twohemp liners and one thick charcoal liner sandwiched in the middle and it keeps her dry all night!). They save you a ton of money, are super cute, and help prevent rashes by keeping them dryer than disposables.

  • S
  • Blaenau-Ffestiniog, United Kingdom
  • 3 days ago

I think there great but you need lots as they need to be changed more often then the other kind other wise baby will be sore

  • M
  • New York, United States
  • 19 days ago

Started off only using cloth through Nesting House - did the newborn diaper rental. They are based in Philly and I was living in Chicago at the time (impossible to find a decent selection of cloth diapers). After 10’ish months we moved on to disposable when we are out and about in the city and cloth at home. Bestbottoms are my favorite brand!

  • E
  • Miami, United States
  • 20 days ago

We did cloth and loved it! Read my cloth diaper blog on my website EylaCuenca.com Everything you need to know!

  • J
  • Remus, United States
  • 21 days ago

We use baby goal/alva baby brand (baby goal IS an alva baby diaper, by rebranded) from Amazon & ebay, the pocket style and love them. They are a one size fits all work adjustable snaps, only need 2 dozen to get through a week (though we wash them twice weekly). It's a little more work vs disposables as far as needing to wash them, but otherwise not much different in my opinion.

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