What's your favorite cloth diaper?

Abby - posted on 02/14/2011 ( 10 moms have responded )

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I'm considering cloth diapering for my next child. I have a friend who used cloth and really loved it. But I'd really like to know what all of my cloth options are. I'm going for ease first and foremost. Is there a place I can go online that compares them all? What is your personal recommendation?

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Majaliwa - posted on 02/20/2011

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Hi Abby, as you can see everyone has their favorites. Here are a few resources I think will help you make your decision:

1. Types of Cloth Diapers Video - this video will show you the different types of cloth diapers out there and their average cost if you buy them new.


2. Check out allaboutclothdiapers.com and diaperpin.com for reviews of different diaper brands to help you determine which ones you may want to try.

3. Finally, check out this short article on how to get started with cloth diapers. There are lots of ways you can save money and avoid some of the mistakes some people make.

http://www.pootersdiapers.com/Getting-St...
Good luck!

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Kate - posted on 02/19/2011

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I love Poppets Palace-expecially the "tropicools" as they can go into the drier. They are onesize and fit through til tt. The boosters snap in so the booster can often be replaced during changing instead of the whole nappy. They will do a payment plan and are also on f.b

Dawn - posted on 02/16/2011

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I use AMP diapers...they're amazing! They're a pocket, one-size diaper (7lbs - 35lbs). They're great as you can use a cloth insert on top of the outer diaper, and if the outer diaper doesn't get soiled you can resuse it. You can also put the cloth insert in the pocket of the outer diaper. Disposable inserts can be used in these diapers as well. I find I change every 2-3 hours, and for night time I use the regular liner with a hemp booster. I actually ordered them just after Christmas from www.cozybums.ca. The owner (Katie) is really helpful and answered a ton of questions that I had. She has almost every kind of cloth diaper listed on her website, and she offers on-line cloth diapering clinics for a really good price. I also purchased a Fuzzi-buns diaper bag (acts as a pail)...it hangs on a door knob (in our bathroom), has a sachet inside that I put tea tree oil on (masks the odour), and has a zipper at the bottom of the bag which is great for loading into the washing machine! Good Luck to you!

Tyrae - posted on 02/15/2011

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I use Kawaii Baby Diapers, I love them to bits and they have held up wonderfully. They are pretty afordable too if you go to their site www.luvyourbaby.com They are pocket one-size diapers. So they grow with your baby from birth to potty training.

Alicia - posted on 02/15/2011

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We use Soft Bums and they were AWESOME until LO hit 7 months. She's a heavy wetter so we're changing diapers every 2 hours otherwise she'll leak out all over her clothes. They have an additional insert but it would just seem so bulky. Plus, 2/13 covers have broken already. In hindsight, I would choose another brand. However, I do like the 2-in-1 option because you can buy less covers than if you went all in one. I think G-diapers are 2-in-1 plus you can buy g-diapers almost anywhere. www.Diaperpin.com has reviews on almost every type of diaper there is... plus it will break it down for you =)

Jessica - posted on 02/14/2011

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ps. friend g-diapers on facebook and they have tons of coupons and promotions!!

Jessica - posted on 02/14/2011

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well, not to toot my own horn, but I find that G-diapers are the best! And most economical:) They have paper inserts for traveling (flushable), cloth inserts (can buy from them, make your own, buy the cheaper Gerber ones) and I have used them since babyhood and just LOVE them!!!! They can be purchased, online, in stores(babys R us, target, local coop's) diapers.com, and other places!! Nappy Shoppe on facebook is a great resource for other types of cloth diapers:) feel free to friend me and message me about this subject! I am very passion-et about cloth diapers, cloth wipes and "green" (budget friendly) resources:)

Abby - posted on 02/14/2011

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definitely looking to save money as much as possible, my kids are heavy wetters and we are on the go a lot.

Jessica - posted on 02/14/2011

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I am a G-diaper Mommy:) but there are about a million kinds!! Whats your budget? Are your kiddos heavy wetters? do you travel a lot? on the go a lot?

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