Does anyone know where to get cheap cloth diapers?

Marcey - posted on 08/22/2009 ( 47 moms have responded )

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I want cloth diapers for our baby when he arrives and am interested in finding out where to get easy to work and cheap cloth diapers ...can anyone help?

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Phoebezxy - posted on 09/24/2014

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http://www.storeofbaby.com/
We are eco-friendly and comfortable cloth diapers wholesale from China. the website is http://www.storeofbaby.com/. 7 diapers and 7 microfiber inserts for under $40. Compared to the price of gDiapers ($25-$30 for TWO diapers), this was a STEAL! The diapers are super adjustable- you can adjust at the waist and the rise (length) of the diaper.and they work very well!

Kristina - posted on 01/29/2010

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www.diapers.com has cheap cloth diapers and free next day shipping on orders over $49!

Here is a coupon for $10 off !

Just enter in the coupon code when you check out.

Coupon Code: SAVE-$10

(I got 3 Bum Genius Dipes from there with the coupon and free shipping for about $14.50 each NEW!)

Kellie - posted on 11/19/2012

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I've got some for sale that are brand new! I've got fuzzibunz and they are one size fits all so they'll grow with your child and wont have to buy different sizes! I had bought way too many for my son and have 20 that are new that I want to sell!

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Love - posted on 06/17/2014

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The best Cloth Diapers, Cloth Diaper Covers, Prefolded Cloth Diapers, and All In One Diapers at clothdiapers.us.com. 2014 new arrivals. Hundreds of one size pocket diapers for choice. Diaper from $3.99 - http://www.clothdiapers.us.com/

Laura D. - posted on 10/18/2013

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Are these still for sell?! I'm die in march with a little boy but also looking for gender nut so I can use them on my 19 month old daughter who seems to have an allergy to desposable

Laura - posted on 12/12/2012

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Sun Baby has cheap diapers. its 12 with inserts for 60$ or Alva. Theirs are about 5-6 a piece. Ebay is also good!

Tabatha - posted on 12/11/2012

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lookin to buy cloth diapers used from anyone if interested email me tabathaL2010@ymail.com

Jamie - posted on 12/03/2012

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Alva baby has double gusset pocket diapers for $6. I was skeptical, but they are great!!!

Chris - posted on 09/28/2012

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I have found the best cloth diapering company. THey have the cutest, most adorable all in one cloth diapers. They offer discounts online. Their diapers are the newest thing~ very thin, made with organic cotton and hemp fleece lining which in naturally antibacterial, anti fungal & hypoallergenic wash after wash, & they also can be closed up when soiled. The company even made the best video online for new moms wanting to learn how to cloth diaper. The video is so great. It's on their website at www. kashmirbaby.com and you tube by typing in: Kashmir baby how to cloth diaper part 1. Their diapers come with an insert as well as 1 cloth wipe. Their a great deal!

Allison - posted on 05/15/2012

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go to elemeno-pee - they are very helpful and have awesome customer service! www.elemeno-pee.com

Bridgette - posted on 05/09/2012

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they don't have great reviews, but a very inexpensive thing that works great for me -- dappi pinless contoured diapers. they sell for $4-5 each new, or you can get them on ebay in lots of 6 (and it comes out to about $2.80 per diaper once you factor in the shipping cost). They are NOT the most absorbent diaper out there, but I use them, with a microfiber or hemp insert or doubler, and put a FLIP or Thirsties cover over them, and they work GREAT.

Right now FLIP covers are buy 2 get one free, you get 3 covers for $27.90 and most websites offering this deal are also offering free shipping. OR you can order a FLIP started pack w/2 covers and 6 inserts for $50. The covers are leak proof, do not have to be changed w/every diaper change (or at all until they get mess on them) and are amazing. The dappi pinless diapers do a great job of containing any poop, so it keeps it off the cover and the cover lasts through more diaper changes... and if you put a doubler or insert inside the dappi, it will make it just as absorbent as any other fitted that costs 3 -5 times as much money.

I actually lucked out and found my first batch of dappi pinless diapers at a consignment store for $1 each. I figured that at that price anything is worth a shot. Even used, I love them as long as they're used the way I said above. The next cheapest way to buy them (besides used) would be the ones I mentioned that are on eBay.

Also, you can buy hemp doublers on eBay for about $1 each ($12 for a lot of 12) which is one of the options that I use in the dappis) which makes the whole system that much cheaper. :)

hope that's helpful :)

Stefie - posted on 01/13/2012

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Also, Cotton babies sells their seconds on their website as well as used. Not to mention when they release a new product they sell the old for a discount. I like them because they have a guarantee, which we have used with awesome results.

Danielle - posted on 09/23/2011

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I am a newbie and CD. I am finding great deals however finding inserts for different CD is challenging for me.

Kristi - posted on 09/21/2011

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Pocket diapers are the best, IMO. They get cleaner than all in ones since you remove the inserts, but are still easy to use (even for daddy). The best ones I have are Lil' Drips, they are as absorbant as my fuzzibunz and only half the price. I got them at http://www.affordableclothdiaper.com/sto...
The pocket dipes I bought on ebay (from China) were a nightmare, some didn't even have inserts and fell apart after washing them twice.

Jessica - posted on 08/09/2011

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I searched for cloth diaper clearance and got some great deals on all in ones, os and pockets. Ebay is great for some but avoid a couple of the china brand ones as they are not as absorbant as they should be. If it looks like they have a thick fleece inner you should be good at least in mine and my friends' experience.

Jen - posted on 05/21/2011

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sew crafty baby.com.....or ebay, i found great deals on cheap cloth diapers there but they come from china so it takes a long time to get what you ordered!...

Jenilee - posted on 04/27/2011

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I LOVE Sunbaby diapers! You can get them at www.sunbabydiapers.com 12 diapers for $60 shipped!

Krystal - posted on 01/16/2011

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sunbaby diapers on ebay has cheap cloth diapers! they are only $6 and I like them, even though they don't come from the US

Tia Melissa - posted on 01/07/2011

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I started my CD journey with small bumGenius fitted AIO's. They were a gift and it was all over for me. Since then, I've gravitated over to prefolds but do often use pocket and fitted, depending on what is best for each stage.

I've had awesome luck with CraigsList, eBay and periodically checking the main sites for sales and seconds. PunkinButt.com often has hemp inserts, DSQ prefolds, HH pocket diapers and such on sale. CottonBabies.com is another good site with amazing customer service. You may have a local cloth diaper store that will save you on shipping. DiaperPin.com will list sales and people sell used diapers there as well. God luck and happy bargain hunting.

Lindsey - posted on 01/02/2011

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When I first started cloth diapering I was to afraid to try the flats with a cover but they are by far the easiest and cheapest cloth diapers to use. I just sat down and learned how to fold them using several videos on youtube. In fact, I had rash problems using the more expensive diapers. So I grab the flats. I bought them at littlelions.com GL

Angela - posted on 12/29/2010

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I'm waiting on 2 deliveries: 1 from GoGreenPocketDiapers.com and another from sunbabydiapers.com. They're adjustable sized pocket diapers kind of like Bum Genius, but a LOT cheaper.

Michele - posted on 12/09/2010

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I have been very happy with my purchase of AIOs from clothdiaper.com. The greatest thing is that they have package deals that save you a ton of $$. They were the cheapest cloth diapers I have found compared to the other top brands. I am VERY happy with them and they have actually just updated their AIO style.

Connie - posted on 11/02/2010

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I know this is an old post but for anyone else, check out http://comfyrumps.com/. I got all my supply from them. They are a new CDN company, that's why they are selling for cheap. They are as good if not better than any other high end and only $8.75/pocket diaper. I've been using them for about a month or so.

Aicha - posted on 02/20/2010

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you can look on craigslist under baby and child I see the fitted and prefolds all the time on this site

Goldie - posted on 01/31/2010

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I have a store was well, if you are looking for the least expensive (and a bit less stressful) way to go and can't afford pockets (my personal favorite) I would buy some indian prefolds (they are ALOT more absorbant than the ceap stuff they sell at walmart) and a couple of nice covers that you like (Happy Heiny's or Mothger Ease - I prefer the Mother Ease) if you take care of your covers you can use them quite a while - or for covers on the cheap, try going to your local Goodwill, find some nice 100% wool sweaters on $0.99 day and making recycled wool covers, they are tons of DIY sew alongs onilne for free)

Goldie - posted on 01/07/2010

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I started with the Wal-mart Gerber prefolds. and thought that was "cloth diapering" then a lady on craigslist gave me a bunch of hand-me-downs. Then i was hooked! If you are going to go with prefolds, I highly recommend getting higher end ones. They are more absorbant, and you will be MUCH happier with them. If you can't afford to go reatil, then join some coops on yahoo and get them at wholesale prices when a bunch of moms buy together.

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Used. Kind of strange, but saved me lots. I told some of the women in our play group that I wanted to use cloth and I was given lots of them.

Robin - posted on 01/05/2010

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Easy to work and cheapest are not always hand in hand, but cloth is going to be less than disposables. Try Craigs List or Etsy or Diaper Swappers. I always suggest starting to purchase a couple diapers every month as soon as you can to build your stash without the largest single investment. Then when baby arrives, you have all you need (til the next size, if needed).

Good Luck.

Carleen - posted on 01/01/2010

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If there is a diaper service in your area, they often sell used diapers and covers at a reasonable price. There are many retailers online that sell all kinds of cheap cloth diapers. The most reasonable are prefolds or flat diapers with a wrap or cover. I think the prefolds you can buy online are much better quality than those sold at Walmart and not too much more expensive. Not sure about the covers. www.diaperpin.com is a great source for reviews on diapers. That way you know what sort of quality you are getting before you order.

Theresa - posted on 12/29/2009

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I just use the old-fashioned cloth diapers you can get at Wal-Mart, 12 for $12 and the plastic covers. My son is 2 and daughter is 7 months now and they're using the same ones. You just fold them until they're older. I'm sure it's easier buying the all-in-one cloth diapers, they're just more expensive.

Elizabeth - posted on 12/29/2009

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I own a baby store and have tried a few kinds ... I think Bummis is the cheapest and fine for the small baby that does not move around much.. its a pre fold diaper. But I love pocket diapers ... Knicker Nappies with snaps and I have a new lady who is local to me who makes Diapers and they are awesome. They fit well and are stretchy. My baby is fat though. lol pocket diapers are not the cheapest though but if you get one size ( fit all) diapers they last through 35 pounds or so. So you dont have to buy small med large and that tends to be cheaper in the long run. Good luck !!! Let me know if you need help ... Elizabeth

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yeah etsy is great for cheap cloth diapers! i sell diapers on etsy, fitteds and covers for $7 a piece. also, try diaper swappers or cafemom or the diaperpin, that's another good one.

-www.alittlefluffy.etsy.com

Kayla - posted on 08/27/2009

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Ebay is always great, and if you don't mind the used aspect of them (normally in great condition) go to www.diaperswappers.com

Katrina - posted on 06/16/2011

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I made a yahoo group just for cheap cloth diapers. I'm collecting and selling cloth for cheap. I find people selling there cloth and im selling them way cheap.look here

http://www.undermycrib.com/index.php

giveclothachance@yahoo.com e-mail me and let me know what kind of diaper you are looking for and i will see if i have it

Jen - posted on 05/21/2011

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sew crafty baby.com.....or ebay, i found great deals on cheap cloth diapers there but they come from china so it takes a long time to get what you ordered!...

Krystal - posted on 01/16/2011

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sunbaby diapers on ebay has cheap cloth diapers! they are only $6 and I like them, even though they don't come from the US

Lindsey - posted on 01/02/2011

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When I first started cloth diapering I was to afraid to try the flats with a cover but they are by far the easiest and cheapest cloth diapers to use. I just sat down and learned how to fold them using several videos on youtube. In fact, I had rash problems using the more expensive diapers. So I grab the flats. I bought them at littlelions.com GL

Michele - posted on 12/09/2010

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I have been very happy with my purchase of AIOs from clothdiaper.com. The greatest thing is that they have package deals that save you a ton of $$. They were the cheapest cloth diapers I have found compared to the other top brands. I am VERY happy with them and they have actually just updated their AIO style.

Carleen - posted on 01/01/2010

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If there is a diaper service in your area, they often sell used diapers and covers at a reasonable price. There are many retailers online that sell all kinds of cheap cloth diapers. The most reasonable are prefolds or flat diapers with a wrap or cover. I think the prefolds you can buy online are much better quality than those sold at Walmart and not too much more expensive. Not sure about the covers. www.diaperpin.com is a great source for reviews on diapers. That way you know what sort of quality you are getting before you order.

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yeah etsy is great for cheap cloth diapers! i sell diapers on etsy, fitteds and covers for $7 a piece. also, try diaper swappers or cafemom or the diaperpin, that's another good one.

-www.alittlefluffy.etsy.com

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