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The 10 Best Baby Cloth Diapers  Feb 2020

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Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Wegreeco Washable Reusable Baby Cloth Pocket Diapers 6 Review wegreeco
9 . 7
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Muslin Burp Cloths 10 Pack Baby Hand Washcloths Review Yoofoss
9 . 4
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Gerber Birdseye Flatfold Cloth Diapers, White, 10 Count Review GERBER
9 . 3
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Gerber Birdseye 3-Ply Prefold Cloth Diapers, White, 10 Review GERBER
9 . 0
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Burt's Bees Baby - 5 Pack of Burp Review Burt's Bees Baby
8 . 5
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - ALVABABY Baby Cloth Diapers One Size Adjustable Washable Review ALVA
8 . 3
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Gerber 10 Pack Organic Flatfold Birdseye Diaper Review GERBER
8 . 1
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Fasoar Cloth Diapers Prefold 12 Pack - 100% Review Fasoar
7 . 8
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - Parker Baby Cloth Diaper Wet Dry Bag Review Parker Baby Co.
7 . 5
Best Baby Cloth Diapers - 8 Pack Muslin Burp Cloths Large 20" Review AllSett Baby
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Your Guide To Buying a Baby Cloth Diaper

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    We live in a throw-away society: if something saves us time and effort, we'll go with that. Disposable diapers seem to be part of that trend. But, now people are more environmentally aware as well. Disposable diapers take a toll on the environment: if the average baby uses 8,000 diapers a year, that adds up to 3.6 million tons of waste every year! Cloth diapers can reduce that. Also, cloth diapers are more economical: the use of cloth diapers can be half the cost of buying disposables all the time. But there are several designs of cloth diapers out there—not just the rectangular piece of flannel that our mother or grandmother used. Here is a guide to some of the best cloth diapers on the market.  

    Pocket Diapers: These consist of a diaper cover, and a pocket opening. (That's where the name “pocket diaper” comes from.) You put an absorbent, launder-able insert into that pocket, and take it out when it gets soiled. They are known to dry quickly, are not too bulky underneath baby clothes. You can put in more of those inserts into the diaper's pocket, for added absorbency.

    One-Size: These are cloth diapers that are adjustable by snap or Velcro closures. The same diaper can be used for a newborn as for a toddler that is already in the last stages of using a diaper. There are absorbent inserts that you put inside the diaper, which are adjusted according to the child's age.

    All-in-One: Here the absorbent insert is sewn into a waterproof outer diaper cover. You close it with snaps or tabs, and it has elastic bands around the legs and waist. They come either with the insert sewn in, or partially separable. (The partially-separable type dries more quickly after laundering.) When necessary, the entire thing is laundered at once.

    All-in-Two: Here you have a waterproof diaper cover in which you put the absorbent insert. There are three types of inserts:

    1) An cloth insert that is either attached with snaps or Velcro.

    2) A cloth insert that you just tuck into the diaper cover.

    In both of these designs, when the baby needs to be changed, you take out the insert and wash it, and you can put a clean insert inside the diaper cover.

    3) Hybrid diapers: These are diaper covers that can take either cloth or disposable inserts. Some mothers use the disposable inserts when traveling, and the cloth inserts when at home.

    Contour and Fitted Diapers: These will require buying a separate diaper cover (see Tips below). A fitted diaper has the hourglass shape of a disposable diaper, with elastic bands around the legs and waist, and are closed with snaps or tabs.

    Foldable Diapers: These will require buying a separate diaper cover. They are flat, square, uniformly thick pieces of cloth that you will have to learn to fold yourself. There are also prefold diapers with a thick, padded center.

    • Designs: Cloth diapers are much more nowadays than just a white piece of flannel. They come in all sorts of designs, like any other item of baby clothing. That appeals to some mothers, and balances out the effort of laundering them.

    • Types of inserts: There is a wide variety of inserts: microfiber, hemp, cotton, flushable. Two inserts will be necessary at night, to keep the bed dry.

    • Diaper pail: You'll need one of these to collect the diapers over the course of the day. They also have laundry bag inserts.

    • Diaper sprayer: There is an accessory called a diaper sprayer that hooks up to your toilet. It allows you to spray out a dirty diaper with a stream of water.

    • Diaper cover: A diaper cover is a layer of wool, fleece or polyurethane laminate between the baby's diaper and his/her clothes. This keeps the clothes from getting soiled. Fleece is like wool, but requires less laundering care. Note: The All-in-one and Pocket Diaper do not require a diaper cover (it's included in the design of the diaper).

    • Diaper pins and fasteners-- These are optional in many types of fitted cloth diapers, since they have elastic that fits the diaper on the baby's waist and legs. But it's always better to use pins as well, so there is less of a chance of an “accident”. There are T-shaped fasteners, two-pronged fasteners, and of course the good, old-fashioned safety pin.

    • Liners: There are also liners that you can insert in the pre-folded cloth diaper, which are made from paper, fleece or cloth. These get the moisture away from the baby's skin, to avoid irritation. The ones made from paper are biodegradable, so you can flush them down the toilet.

    • Reuseable Cloth Wipes: People who use cloth diapers also might want cloth baby wipes as well. They can be from terry cloth, flannel, hemp or velour. These are less of an irritant to the baby's skin than the disposable wipes.

    Little Bear Bums (LBB)-- is a company specializing in baby clothing and diapers. It was founded in 2009 in Bitterroot Valley, Montana. The founder's philosophy was that it should be possible to run a business that still allows her to be involved in her children's development. They offer a full line of pre-fitted diapers, diaper covers, and feminine health care products.

    ALVA is a online retailer of consumer goods based in China, that was founded in 2006. Their division for baby products is ALVA Baby, which offers a selection of hundreds of different types of cloth diapers, baby leggings, and more.

    BumGeniusis a division of Cotton Babies, a company owned by Jennifer Labit. She started the company in 2005, when she saw the convenience and savings of using a cloth diaper service. The company's aim is to make cloth diapers that are as convenient as disposable diapers. Her goals in advancing cloth diapers is to reduce poverty and waste.

    Ecoable-- is a company founded in 2012 by Marina Shafran, based in San Francisco, California. It is an online store offering cloth diapers and other baby accessories. They have a wide range of cloth diapers and bibs.

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