Everything cloth diapers

Everything cloth diapers

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Cloth diapering is a great way for a healthy baby tush, saving money and leaving our children with a cleaner world. But if all of that ain't enough for you, the stylish designs are addictive. If you are just starting to cloth diaper, I hope this checklist will help you get started. Don't worry about hits and misses, every baby is a little different and you'll probably try out a few diapering methods, brands and fabrics till you find what works for you and your baby. If you're already cloth diapering, please feel free to pitch in and help edit this checklist.
Mama Koala pocket diapers - 6 pack

Mama Koala pocket diapers - 6 pack

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 6,033 bought
  • 4.6 (422)
These popular and beautifully designed pocket diapers are a great way to start with cloth diapers. When using a pocket cloth diaper you will need inserts that will do all the absorbing. Pocket diapers are great when leaving your baby with someone who doesn't usually cloth diaper since you can prepare them beforehand and the use will be very similar to disposable diapers. This 6 pack is value for money and includes inserts to get you going.
Bidet Sprayer

Bidet Sprayer

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 65,491 bought
Have your baby started eating solids yet? if so than this one is an essential! Once your baby starts eating solids - it's solids go in and solids go out. Before putting the a dirty diaper into the machine, you'll need to give it a bit of a rinse to get those solids out.
Thirsties Cloth Diaper Cover

Thirsties Cloth Diaper Cover

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 34,984 bought
  • 4.4 (285)
Using covers and inserts is a great way to save up some work, since you can sometimes get way with only changing the insert (if it's not to wet) or just give is a quick rinse if it's lightly wet. These also come with an easy closure so are ideal for caregivers who are less familiar with cloth diapers Pair these covers with prefolds, inserts and flats. Watch out for sizes as these are adjustable to fit for long periods but they do come in two sizes for a great fit.
BumGenius Pocket Diapers

BumGenius Pocket Diapers

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 11,788 bought
  • 4.5 (748)
BumGenius pocket diapers are real quality and for an affordable price. When you really need a diaper you can count on, these are life savers.
Alternative products:
Imagine's Bamboo and Organic Cotton Prefolds

Imagine's Bamboo and Organic Cotton Prefolds

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 93,921 bought
All babies have sensitive skin, but if you're baby is especially sensitive than you can try these Bamboo and organic cotton prefolds. They are chlorine free and bamboo is said to be more absorbent to give some extra time between changes.
Alternative products:
Rumparooz Newborn Covers

Rumparooz Newborn Covers

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 12,092 bought
  • 4.3 (989)
Tiny tooshies will need a newborn size and Rumparooz have great covers for them with many beautiful designs. They will fit your newborn baby but they are also adjustable so they fit 4-15 lbs.
Blueberry Simplex Newborn - All in One

Blueberry Simplex Newborn - All in One

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 71,546 bought
  • 4.3 (113)
Specifically made for newborns, this AIO (all in one) diaper is super convinient and absorbent as it 10 layers of 100% cotton birdseye fabric in the wet zone. You can also increase this diaper absorbency if needed since it has a pocket to add inserts.
Geffen Ultra Absorbers Plus Inserts

Geffen Ultra Absorbers Plus Inserts

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 37,442 bought
For heavy wetter these microfiber inserts are recommended, their 3 layers of microfiber will keep your baby feeling dry and rash free.
Angel Baby Bottom Balm

Angel Baby Bottom Balm

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 940 bought
  • 4.5 (1,952)
Cloth diapers can get "clogged" when using regular diaper creams, so unless there's a harsh rash, it's better to use a cloth diaper friendly one. (If things go bad than you might want to use something stronger and add a liner)
Diaper Liners

Diaper Liners

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 7,842 bought
Once your baby starts solids, cleaning the diaper can be a difficult task that will be much easier with liners that will catch the main mess. I usually reuse them if there's no poopoo.
TIDE!

TIDE!

  • by Anat
  • over 1 year ago
  • 3,898,672 bought
Cloth diaper users around the world agree on this product, even though it's not the most eco friendly. It does the work and leaves our precious diapers clean, meaning helps our favorite tooshies stay rash free.

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