gDiaper Fan Club

gDiapers loves the Earth. For the last 40 years there have been but two choices in diapers. Cloth or disposable. That’s it. Now gDiapers offers a third option. Flushable. gDiapers puts waste where it belongs, in the toilet. Not the landfill. gDiapers have no elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no smell, no garbage and no guilt. In fact, our flushable diapers are so gentle on the Earth you can even garden compost the wet ones in one compost cycle, approximately 50 – 150 days. Just think of the standing ovation you’ll get from the planet.

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Free gDiapers

I decided to see if this worked for gDiapers and not just Huggies and Pampers, and it does! I followed the instructions this mom suggested, and now I am getting free gDiapers...

Started by Erin on 08/07/2010 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 08/07/2010 by Erin

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Stains?

What do you guys use to get the stains out of the plastic-free liners?

Started by Adrienne on 12/19/2009 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 07/17/2010 by Heather

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gCloth

I had asked a while ago if anyone had used the gCloth. I got two responses which where great but neither was able to compare to using regular cloth. So, I have decided to tell...

Started by Heaven on 02/07/2010 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 06/22/2010 by Heaven

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anyone out there?

this board doesn't seem to get much traffic, so i'm not sure if i'll get a response but... i've been using the disposables and am super happy with them. they do seem to bunch...

Started by Catherine on 06/08/2010 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 06/19/2010 by Marianne

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G Diapers ROCK!!!

So I have decided to buy stock in G Diapers. My little Ava is 5 1/2 weeks and we have a system (my husband and I). I do wonder how this will work out with Day Care. Anyhow, I...

Started by Kandice on 03/16/2009 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 05/17/2010 by Heaven

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Considering gdiapers...I need advice

I am pregnant with my fourth and know all too well the cost of dipsosable diapers. A few of my friends are taking the plunge and switching to cloth diapers so it doesn't seem so...

Started by Andrea on 11/11/2009 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 12/18/2009 by Adrienne

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Save on GDiapers!!!

This is a 2-step process, but it will save you lots of money on GDiapers and many more items: 1. Sign-up for Ebates.com Use this link to join ebates and get a $10 gift...

Started by Erin on 07/24/2009 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 10/30/2009 by Heaven

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Composting

Any one had luck composting G diapers or Nature baby diapers? I have been at it for 2 years and am still struggling with wet compost. Does the pile just need a TON of brown...

Started by Lori on 04/06/2009 in GDiaper Fan Club

Last update on 04/06/2009 by Kandice