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Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

Cloth or disposable diapers? How do they compare as far as health and comfort, price, convenience and the environment?

Re: Cloth or disposable diapers? How do they compare as far as health and comfort, price, convenience and the environment?

The Bump Expert

These days, there’s not much difference. (Cloth diapers have come a long, long, way…) Here’s how they stack up:

Health and Comfort: No huge disparity, as long as you change baby’s diaper when it’s full (more often with cloth). Leaving on a soiled diaper increases risk of diaper rash, and isn’t too pleasant for baby. Your baby might prefer the softer feel of cloth diapers. Disposable diapers are more breathable, but their moisturizing, absorbent chemicals irritate some babies.

Convenience: Forget the complicated folds and scary pins your mom had to deal with. Cloth diapers now come with Velcro or snap closures, shapes fitted to baby, waterproof bands around the waist and legs, and removable linings, making the cloth change just as quick and easy as the disposable. Cloth diapers aren’t as absorbent, though, so you’ll have to change them more often.

Price: Disposables will set you back about the same amount as cloth diaper laundering services -- roughly $2,000 to $2,500 over three years. Wash the diapers yourself, and you’ll pay about $800 to $1,100. For future kids, laundering hand-me-down diapers will cost about $400.

Environment: Not as clear cut as you might think. Yes, disposables use resources like trees and plastics during manufacturing, then collect in landfills (most are 40% biodegradable). But, consider the process of washing cloth diapers -- clean water and energy are used up, and nothing but dirty water is produced.

**For daycare or travel, disposables are the clear winner. Studies show they reduce the risk of infection when used in a group setting -- in fact, many daycares don’t allow cloth. When traveling, cloth are simply too inconvenient… unless you’re into carting around soiled diapers and madly searching for laundry machines at every stop.

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

It's really a preference thing. I think they are about the same overall. I will say though, even if you go with disposable, get a few packs of cloth diapers. They make great burp cloths too! =)

pbenden |

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I've been researching cloth diapers and was wondering if there are any suggestions to brand or style that seems to work best? I've heard some stuff about Bambino Mio diapers and hoped someone has tried them and could give an honest opinion about them.

MarissaM |

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I am wondering who has tried "hyrid" diapers - like Gdiapers? They have a flushable insert (like a pad but flushable). I would love to hear if they actually work and what your experience has been...Thanks!

dinkus |

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MarissaM There are tons of types of diapers, and it depends if you want an All In One, a One Size Pocket, etc....Check out http://diaperpin.com/diapers/diaperpages.asp for product reviews. I myself am looking into tinytush.com for their Elite AIOs!

Artist4life925 |

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It's also important to consider the risks of the chemicals contained in disposables, that close to baby's skin. That was my deciding factor.

wildride |

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i've always used disposable diapers. they're more practical (no washing & ironing involved), although using cloth diapers is cheaper. but definitely, to me it's disposable all the way. i just make sure i check regularly if it's full. everybody wants a rash-free baby bottom!

jeeanfoxy |

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Here you go: 1999 A study, "Acute Respiratory Effects of Diaper Emissions," in the October issue of Archives of Environmental Health, finds that laboratory mice exposed to various brands of disposable diapers suffered eye, nose, and throat irritation, including bronchoconstriction similar to that of an asthma attack. Chemicals released from the diapers included toluene, xylene, ethylbenzene, styrene, and isopropylbenzene, among others. 2000 German study links use of plastic diapers to male infertility. The mean scrotal temperature is significantly higher in all age groups during the periods of plastic diaper use. Plastic diapers seriously undermine the body's natural ability to keep the scrotum and testicles cool. The researchers call for further research on the impact of increased testicular temperature in infancy on later sperm production. ("Scrotal Temperature is Increased in Disposable Plastic Lined Nappies," Archives of Disease in Childhood 83, October 2000.) This is why I love cloth!!

RastaMama |

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Actually, cloth diapers are MUCH better for the environment. Disposable diapers that are biodegrade 40% do so over a period of FIVE HUNDRED YEARS. Also, sure washing cloth makes dirty water, but at least water is renewable resource. That is a big difference.

feffy11 |

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I'm thinking about using the gDiapers... here's a link for more info on them. They seem to be the best of both worlds... http://www.gdiapers.com/gdiapers101

clairelb |

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I disagree that the health issues with cloth diapers and disposables are similiar. Disposables are MUCH worse for babies skin. Have you ever seen what's IN those?! the chemicals are really bad! We switched over to cloth diapers with my daughter when she was 14 months old because of severe rashes and yeast infections. Since they cleared up we really haven't had many problems. They are much better for your baby, much, MUCH cheaper after the intial investment and A MILLION times better for the environment. If you are worried about the convenience then you can use all-in-one diapers. Cloth diapers have come a lot further from what our parents and grandparents used in prefolds. They are still there and I personally think they are fine but my h ubby hated them so we went to pockets. I would say do your research and become educated.

mamachrista |

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You have to decide what's right for you and your baby. Cloth diapering is the clear environmental winner and is arguably better for your baby (lower susceptibility to diaper rash, naturally encouraged to potty train earlier as baby is aware of a wet bum and associates the urge earlier, etc); Disposables are convenient in that you can toss them but have no environmental or health benefit over cloth (the claim that disposable are more sanitary in a pail is not valid--poop is poop and one way or the other, they should be changed out frequently). We use cloth and have found that it is no less convenient--even while traveling, which we do a lot--than disposables. I keep a wet/dry bag in our diaper bag and launder on the road as needed, and have never been stuck toting home a suitcase full of dirty diapers. But, if you're in a bind, you can always toss cloth in the trash and that's still more "friendly" than disposables. As for the absorbancy issue with cloth, it is valid when talking about the diaper on its own, but you can get cloth doublers (hemp ones are my favorite) and/or woolens and you'll be set. There are fantastic diaper covers out there that breathe easier than disposable and work just as well, so just shop and figure out what will work for your diapering style and your baby's expel cycle. If you don't want to do the laundry, look into obtaining a diaper service (I love mine) and read up about all things cloth through the National Association of Diaper Services (http://www.diapernet.org/). In the end, I use cloth because my daughter prefers it!! Best of luck making your decision--remember you can always change your mind.

em036 |

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I am wondering who has tried "hyrid" diapers - like Gdiapers? They have a flushable insert (like a pad but flushable). I would love to hear if they actually work and what your experience has been...Thanks! dinkus | December 29 , 2009 11:07 AM My husband and and I used newborn sized disposables for two weeks before trying gDiapers on our son. They really are fast and easy like the website says. I havent decided if they are the better option but for someone looking at hybrid diapers they are an option worth trying I believe.

maeNaugust |

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My husband and I went bought a few of the new cloth diapers to play with before the baby arrives. We purchased 2 GroVia (gro-via.com) and one BumGenius 3.0. I would suggest trying to find a local shop near you that sells the diapers and talking to the owner/staff. The woman that helped us was WONDERFUL and was very knowledgeable about the products. A lot of the new cloth diapers grow with baby, making them a wonderful investment (They have lots of snaps and velcro). Plus, you can put different inserts in the cloth diaper shells (disposable ones for when you're traveling, for example) which helps with mess.

KelCaryn20 |

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I was wondernig about effects later on. For me, potty training my son was super easy because I switched him from a diaper to underwear and never went back. He learned what it felt like to be wet and was motivated to use the potty. I have been debating about using cloth to save money, but I worry it will make potty training harder.

juliew1420@yahoo.com |

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We cloth with BumGenius 3.0 from Cotton Babies and I love them. (When we travel I do use disposables.) The initial investment is a lot but when you consider what you spend on disposables and how many you go through cloth is the most cost effective. I launder every other day, which is what is recommended. It is a cold cycle, hot cycle, one extra rinse and then air dry the covers and dry the inserts. We did buy a sprayer that hooks to the toilet to help rinse the poopy diapers quickly. As far as his health I agree that the cloth are better. He has a rash that comes back only when wearing disposables. The first time I put him in disposable and went to change him and there was all of these gel crystals on him I felt sick. Some daycare's will cloth diaper. You just have to investigate and show them how easy it is. As far as potty training there are ways to use the cloth that will make it go easier. Cotton Babies also sells the Flip diaper that has cloth and disposable inserts. They are currently reformulating the disposable insert to make it fit better. I can't wait until they are available again.

Fashiongal1973 |

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I have decided to use G diapers after much debate and research info. They are conveniently located at my local Babies R Us store. They are also priced the same as disposable diapers. I will be using the cloth inserts at home and disposable inserts for on the go. My girlfriend threw me a shower and everybody that brought a G diaper were put in a drawing to win a great prize she had picked out. I was also able to open the packages and try them on a fake doll at Babies R Us. This is a big decision and you should do the research first. I am happy with my choice.

rae1203 |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

We use BumGenius cloth diapers from Cotton Babies and LOVE THEM TOO! I wasn't going to post an answer on here but had to second the BumGenius...I am not into a high maintenance cloth diaper system and these work for me. We use a dry pail and wash them on the cold cycle in our washer. They dry over night on a drying wrack. I have used the All in ones (no insert, just one piece), and the 3.0 (one size fits all with snaps and an insert). Both are great. I suggest getting 2 of each and trying them out. No fuss. So simple. The people at Cotton Babies are super helpful too. We used disposables for the first month and between the smell, mess, environmental impact, and gross chemical burn my son got I couldn't go back. My son's tush couldn't be happier. He has NEVER had a rash with cloth.

koesch |

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The important thing to consider is that a cloth diaper service will always be more environmentally friendly than washing them yourself, because they use energy efficient washers with less water and have better disposal systems. Of course, cloth diapers are FAR more environmentally friendly than disposable, which take up 2% of all landfill space. Also, disposable diapers encourage diaper rash, whereas cloth does not.

Morgan209 |

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Disposables are made of petrol and full of chemicals. I guess maybe I'm weird but washing 2-3 extra loads of laundry a week isn't a big deal to me when it comes to protecting my child. Also, cloth babies don't get diaper rashes, not to mention the fact that we put 3.4 billion pounds of disposables (we call them petrol diapers) into landfills a year. We use bumGenius and some prefolds and wraps with snappis (no pins). Everything is extremely husband-friendly and so easy. I love their fluffy cloth butts!

firstpancake |

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One more thing: we have enough diapers to last from newborn to potty trained and it cost us less than $600, compared to the $2000 it would cost to use disposables. If you have a front loading washer the water used is just negligible.

firstpancake |

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Think of it this way...one of the main ingredients in disposables is a dioxin, the same as the ingredient banned in tampons for their contribution to toxic shock syndrome. Do you really want that next to your babies bum. If you really want to go eco-friendly, try EC (elimination communication) along with cloth. Not only is it better for your babies bum, but you wont have to re-train them to use the toilet.

Foreveryoung0323 |

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I am 14 weeks and trying decide what type of diaper will be best. I'm leaning towards cloth diapers but am concerned about getting them clean enough. Any advice? Also, I think I'm going to go with the BumGenius all in ones one size fits all. Do these fit for newborns or is it worth it to buy some extra smalls for the first few months? Thanks for any help!

mandy627 |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

I am 11 weeks pregnant with my 3rd, and I started using cloth diapers (gDiapers, Bum Genius 3.0s and Flips) with my 2nd. I wish I started with my first! I found (personally) there was a bit of a learning curve with cloth, but I found the gDiapers Yahoo! message board and asked those mamas lots of questions and they were able help me along. I preferred the gDiapers to the BGs 3.0s (I disliked having to remove the insert when it was really wet or poopy--the gDiapers and Flips just pop out into the diaper pail). I also liked having the options of a compostable disposable insert for when we're out of the house all day. I am not a huge fan of doing laundry, but I didn't feel like this added all that much to my typical laundry duties.

Meghan0107 |

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I'm wondering if anyone has used seventh generation disposables. I'm very much leaning toward the cloth, but my sister really likes seventh generation and is planning to use them for her second after starting with cloth for her first. Her daughter didn't get rashes with this brand. Anyone have experiences to share?

melissalowrysullivan |

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I will be using Rumparooz cloth diapers. They have an amazing one-size-fits-all diaper (plus other options)! They offer a choice between snaps and aplix velcro. Solid colors or prints. Each diaper comes with two diferent size inserts. They were made by a mom that had a baby that was extremely allergic to disposable diapers so she brought out the sowing machine and made them herself. If you go to Rumparooz website and click on About Us they is a video about the company that is nice to see. Plus so much more. Look into them!

pMama24 |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

After doing so much reading about cloth diapers and disposables I am for sure going cloth. I couldn't believe there where so many chemicals in the disposables including chlorine and the chemical associated with toxic shock syndrome? We are choosing Charlie Banana one size diapers and buying the kushies flushable inserts. The kushies inserts will fit with any diaper so easier cleaning up a poopy diaper. Plus they are adorable!

whobits |

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If anyone wants a great resource regarding cloth diapers (sizing, fit, washing, types, etc)try this site: www.greenmountaindiapers.com Karen is very knowledgable and if you have any questions you cant find an answer to on the site then you can e-mail her. She always replies back.

Foreveryoung0323 |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

You may want to check in your area for a cloth diaper consultant. I was invited by my friend to a "diaper party" where I was introduced to my consultant and to many different kinds of cloth diapers. Once I could see, touch and try the different kinds of cloth diaper systems, I knew it was just a matter of laundry at that point. They were super easy to use. I bought some then. The consultant also sells the cloth diapers and accessories. One thing I didn't know when I switched was that you have to use ointment without the zinc, though I haven't had to use any at all. You also should to use select laundry detergents. -And no fabric softener. So I found a really great detergent that is all natural and non-toxic as well. Overall I'm glad I made the switch. I just wish my daughter's daycare would allow cloth diapers. Right now we let them use the disposable and we use cloth at home.

aimeejob |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

I just have to laugh that someone said ironing in reference to cloth diapers. Really? You're going to iron them? Don't let that scare you, if you think you have to iron cloth diapers: you don't! The cost savings was what really pushed me over the edge along with a picture my sister-in-law sent me of a trash bag full of diapers with only 2 days' worth. I just can't see myself wanting to take out that much trash, let alone think about it filling up the landfill. Now that I have some and can see how soft and comfy they are, I'm really glad we decided to go with them!

baleydyan |

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I love the idea of cloth diapers. I don't have any children yet but I'm learning how to make them (for cheap) for my sister-in-law so I can be prepared for when my time comes. :) http://babycravings.blogspot.com/

BabyBound |

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I used cloth diapers with our son from day one, and as someone who HATES doing laundry, they really aren't an inconvenience at all. I already have to do more loads than when it was just the two of us since, as we all know, babies tend to soil their clothes frequently (spit up, pee-pee, etc.) It's not any extra work to just throw the diapers in too, and they take about 3 nanoseconds to fold after they're dry. To those considering cloth: buy one or two and try them out first. Just like different brands of clothing fit you differently, different brands of cloth diapers fit baby differently. I started with gdiapers, and though I loved the system, I had lots of problems with leaks - they just didn't fit my son's body well. I've switched to Flip, and I love them - not a single leak, even with the awful blow-outs! Plus, they're one-size, so I only had to buy one set of diapers for the rest of his diaper-wearing life.

rausch |

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Cloth diapers can be much less expensive, especially if you wash them yourself. After paying the start-up costs—namely the waterproof covers you’ll need to lock in moisture, the diapers, diaper inserts (cloth pads added to increase absorbency), and flushable liners that help contain the mess and eliminate the need to rinse cloth diapers before depositing them in a diaper pail—you’ll spend hundreds of dollars less in diapering supplies over the years because you’ll wash and reuse them again and again. You might even be able to use them for more than one baby. For more information on diapers, visit ConsumerReports.org:: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/babies-kids/baby-toddler/diapers/diaper-buying-advice/index.htm

kimmylou88 |

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In regards to the question about Seventh Generation Diapers... They feel like a paper bag!! My daughter hated them so much I had to donate them to our local women's shelter!! They may be a great alternative to conventional disposable diapers but I know I wouldn't want to wear them :) We use the Bum Genius AIO 3.0 Deluxe. They are as close to disposable as I could find with all the benefits of cloth. They are Velcro & fasten just like a disposable, AIO so no stuffing, no separate cover & prefold. Just put them on & go. When they are dirty, throw them in the wash & I hang dry mine but you can put them in the dryer too! I use Rockin Green laundry soap which leaves no reside to keep them from becoming non-absorbent. Also once a week after the regular wash I do a 2nd wash with 1 Tbsp original dawn dish soap & 1/4 cup of bleach to make sure they have no ammonia build up. I do laundry every day so the cloth diaper decision wasn't a big deal for me. Plus, my DD had an incurable reoccurring diaper rash. As soon as we switched it was gone!! We didn't make the switch until she was 2 but we are now trying for our 2nd child & I will NOT make the same mistakes with disposables as I did with her. I really hope this helps anyone that's on the fence :)

jschmautz03 |

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We tried cloth with our oldest son (now 5.) I love the concept, but we gave up on them because they were so leaky. We had to change his entire outfit every time he wet his diaper.

PigletBunny |

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i'm trying G-diapers, you cna getthem in cloth or disposable. The disposable ones may be flushed, or thrown and are bidegradable, I have a few friends that have or are using them and absolutely love them!

Netty_3 |

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One of my friends said her son never had a blow out in the G-diapers...but did when she used disposable. (?) My brother says every kid is different and he used different ones for some of his sons, that just seemed to work better. You can also buy g-diaper outer pieces off craigslist or the like. Thankfully one of my friends has been sending me them as his son grows out of them. When my son is done with them I'll send them back and let them use any new ones I acquire as well.

Netty_3 |

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I had my daughter in disposable diapers while she still had her cord attached, and dealt with blowouts ALL the time. She stopped having blowouts when we switched her to cloth because the elastic at the back and legs contains poop so much better than disposables. When I felt the need to use disposables for travel, I would still throw a diaper cover over them for that reason! I do use disposable inserts with my Flip system (similar to G-diaper) but I found them bulkier than disposables when my daughter was in small sizes. The one thing I would say about disposable inserts is that a lot of things that are supposedly "flushable" can still clog up your pipes or cause problems in the city's sewer system, so be careful about disposing of those.

serenity111 |

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ok i dont see why anyone would use cloth diapers unless the baby was so sensitive to all diapers so im all for disposable diapers!!!

mommyof2expectingonemore |

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I would be concerned the baby might develop a rash from previous bacteria...and with little boys I'd be worried there might be a chance of leakage, you know?!

SpankylovesSparky |

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Hello everyone! I was wondering about Smartipants cloth diapers... has anyone tried them? They are one of the cheaper cloth diapers on the market, but I'm wondering if they work as well as the more expensive brands.

heymaybaby |

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i used disposable diapers. they were fast and easy. But the amount of waste and their cost was overwhelming! I had to call San Diego Junk Removal weekly to pick up a large bag of used diapers.. Gees. I am planning on giving cloth diapers a go next time.

leronimo |

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My husband and I are having our first child and have decided on cloth diapers. Now the dilemma is finding the right brand for us. My husband found a great place for anyone that has questions about the different styles and brands. http://www.parenting.com/gallery/best-cloth-diapers Good Luck!

poconc |

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Definitely disposable. Not sure if I would want to wash the cloth diapers. Jill Bedwetting Alarms

jLawson01 |

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I just blogged about how cloth has been working out for us. Check it out at http://alaskanbambino.blogspot.com/.

ocoee |

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When my parents raised me and my older brother, they were living in a third world country and cloth diapers were the only thing available. When we immigrated to the states and they discovered disposable diapers for my younger sister, they were all over it. Of course, they also didn't have laundry service or washing machines then. They didn't choose cloth because they wanted to be environmentally friendly or to save money, but because it was the only thing they had. I'm not comparing mothers who use cloth diapers to a mother in a third world country though. It's just an interesting observation on decision making. We use disposable diapers. DH and I work full-time, so it's convenient. Our son has blowouts once in a while, but it's not the diaper's fault. He has one massive bowel movement in the mornings. We found that certain disposables work better than others. He doesn't have any skin irritation issues, like diaper rashes, because we change him often. Disposable diapers doesn't mean let-him-pee-four-time-before-changing! Cost wise, we spend $50/month on diapers (except we were gifted with enough diapers from our shower to last us the first 4 months). Although it is $1,200 in the span of two years, we spend more than that on food that often goes to waste. What I learned about being a new mom is that every mom is right in her own way and every baby is different. For us, it's disposable.

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vanessap16 |

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disposable diapers of course bcuz if cloth diapers arnt washed riqht it can cause an infection n imaqen all the loadz of washes a day nott everybody has a washer at home or the time to wash them by hand instead of jzt removinq it n throwinq it in the trash!

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Check out this great cloth diapering resource: http://www.pistachioproject.com/2012/01/cloth-diapers-101-schedule.html

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I used disposable diapers and it was ok. After I gave birth and I got home my husband made me a surprise and ordered a diaper cake from the site Diaper Cake Walk.

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Cloth diapers all the way! They are waaaay easier than most people realize. My two older kids were trained by the age of 2, and my little one is well on her way. We like Terra Baby brand - inexpensive and very reliable.

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This is a question i am really interested in. Personally I would go for disposables if i can afford them. Might be less mess to deal with?

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Disposables are ugly, smelly and toxic. While yes, cloth diapers produce dirty water, did you know potty training does the same, or washing dishes or taking a shower? It's way better then the tons of waste put into land fills. And seriously? This is the second time I've read someone saying you have to iron cloth diapers. Who in the world does that? That's a sure fire way to destroy any diapers with pul or tpu, the waterproof lining in diapers. Also as long as you actually wash the diapers with enough soap, just like bottles or anything else baby uses, guess what? They are clean.

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Cloth really isn't that inconvenient when travelling, as long as you'll have access to a washer within a couple days. They do take up more space, though, so if you're flying disposables are nice. We use disposables sometimes when we fly, and we use them on long camping trips. It's true that it takes water and energy to wash cloth diapers, but did you know it takes more water and energy to MAKE diapers? Also, don't forget the landfill issue. Imagine how much landfill space we could save without those piles and piles of dirty diapers! Honestly, it's bad enough at home. For disposables you'll probably have to upgrade to a bigger trash bin. Personally, I think a trash can full of dirty disposables is WAY more disgusting than a pail full of dirty cloth. The only way cloth is inconvenient is having to rinse out poopy diapers. Though, for exclusively breastfed babies, it's unnecessary. Once they start eating solids you'll have to dump the solids out before putting in the washer. I'm willing to make that sacrifice, though. It's really not that bad. My husband is squeamish and determined to never let his hands touch the water. He just holds the edge of the diaper and swishes it around until most the the solid matter is gone, and that works fine. I was taught that you should dump solids into the toilet even with disposables, anyway. Water can be cleaned and recycled. Nothing, especially diapers, biodegrades in a landfill. To me the choice is clear (P.S.- It's WAY cheaper, especially if you make them yourself, which isn't very hard). If you're not convinced, there's actually a middle ground. They're called hybrids. They use a washable cover with a biodegradable insert. Or, there are also sustainably-made, biodegradable disposable diapers. Of course, they're a little more expensive.

klhpensil |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

we'll be trying cloth diapers, because the chemicals in the disposable are very close to the genitals of your baby and who knows what that will do for fertility later on?

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Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

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Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

I'm expecting my second child and thinking of changing to cloth, but I want the one size diapers so that they will fit both my kids. What brands do you mom's suggest and how many should i do? Or would it be a better idea to make my own?

creigh2010 |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

I would go cloth all the way. The only thing that made me hesitant at first was the starting cost (lots of supplies to buy) and continuously buying new sizes every few months. Then I actually found a company with one-size-fits-all (and it actually is one-size-fits-all) and I am totally sold. They have been great and there is WAY less diaper rash now that I am using cloth. Happy baby and happy mommy.

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Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

I wanna know what is the most reasonably priced cloth diapers or all in ones. my last baby (11mo) we have been using disposable.. well I just found out im pregnant again. :/ so I want cloth this time. last time I used cloth was 1988 lol so its been a while

donleysherri |

Q&A: Cloth diapers vs. disposable?

Cloth diapers can be messy - even though some come with disposable liners that make them easier to clean - and they’re more cumbersome to change. But cloth diapers will save you money. Disposable ones are more convenient and a easy to change, however some babies can have an allergic reaction to these types of diapers, as they include chemicals in them. I, personally don't want all that stuff next to my baby’s bottom and therefor use cloth diapers. Care and health comes first - Penina Mezei

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