• M
  • Platteville, United States
  • 10 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
  • 19 days ago

And I mean inserts, not liners

  • J
  • TX, US
  • 20 days ago

What is the best brand/choice for overnight cloth diapers?

  • J
  • TX, US
  • 20 days ago

Where do you get the hemp liners and charcoal?

  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • 20 days ago

I love the Mama Koala because they are roomy for more stuffing. I use 2 hemp liners with a thick charcoal bamboo liner sandwiched between the hemp.

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  • P
  • Corpus Christi, USA
  • 23 days ago

If you have the time and don’t get behind on laundry they can be good. Once I went back to school it was much harder to keep up with. Charlie banana was the brand that helped the most as far as cost and quality. It is hard to find ones that fit newborns. It can help save money but besides that I didn’t find much benefit.

  • A
  • Florissant, United States
  • a month ago

We’ve been cloth diapering for almost 19mos and love it! We use cloth wipes as well so another chunk of changed saved each month too. We love Bumgenius, Rumparooz, MamaKoala, Econobums, & KawaiiBaby

  • C
  • AZ, US
  • a month ago

I apologize if this has been asked. I looked through all the comments but there are so many 😅 I am not a momma yet but have always done research on the best ways to be disposable-free. How do the momma’s who do cloth diapers full-time do it? Like how do you manage diapers when in public so that you can wash it at home? Do you rinse diapers in sinks, bathtubs, toilets? How do you get your babysitting families on board with doing this over disposable? Thoughts on local diaper services?

  • J
  • Middletown, United States
  • a month ago

You store the soiled diapers in a wetbag! I personally prefer wet/dry bags so I can put the clean diapers in one part and the dirty diapers in another without them intermingling or taking up any additional space in my bag. Plus, makes changes when out and about easy since I only need to deal with one bag for everything

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