CLOTH DIAPERS

Stephanie - posted on 06/25/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )

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what brand of cloth diapers do you prefer? do you like pre folds or pocket or which one u like the most? where do you get them from? how many do you have and how often do you do a wash? how exactly do you soak them and wash them? do you have a specail bucket to soak them in? im curious bout all the info any mom can give me...i would like to try cloth diapers with my son and wanted to with my daughter but didnt no anything at the time and turned away from them and would love to try again. THANKS

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Elfrieda - posted on 06/26/2011

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They are called Kissaluvs. I think it's www.kissaluvs.com. Google will know. ;)

I only started using them after solids, and I find that using a rectangle piece of fleece for a liner is really good for catching the poop and shaking it off into the toilet, because it doesn't really stick to the fleece.

Johnny - posted on 06/25/2011

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I used fitted cotton diapers with covers. Cloth liners most of the times and disposable liners when I knew she'd likely be having a big poop. Easy to use, easy to clean, and I will be using them if we have another child.

Stephanie - posted on 06/25/2011

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Elfrieda - do you have the website where you get your from so i can see a picture of them?

Elfrieda - posted on 06/25/2011

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I like fitted diapers. They are hour-glass shaped with snaps to hold them on, and then you need a water-proof cover to go over them. I keep the dirty ones in a dry pail and wash them every day or two.

It's confusing because there are so many different kinds of cloth diapers, but just do some research and you'll be okay. :)

Emilie - posted on 06/25/2011

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I don't use cloth diapers, but I would like to with my next child. I have been doing research. From what I have read on the internet, you don't have to soak them in a bucket, just put them in a water proof bag, and wash them when you have a whole load or when you are running short on diapers. Most cloth diaper web sites have alot of info. Some sites that I have went to that I have found helpful is: nickisdiapers.com, greenmountaindiapers.com , dirtydiaperlaundry.com

Also, you can go to youtube, there is alot of videos about how to wash cloth diapers and about the different kinds and how to put them on.

Emilie - posted on 06/25/2011

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I don't use cloth diapers, but I would like to with my next child. I have been doing research. From what I have read on the internet, you don't have to soak them in a bucket, just put them in a water proof bag, and wash them when you have a whole load or when you are running short on diapers. Most cloth diaper web sites have alot of info. Some sites that I have went to that I have found helpful is: nickisdiapers.com, greenmountaindiapers.com , dirtydiaperlaundry.com

Also, you can go to youtube, there is alot of videos about how to wash cloth diapers and about the different kinds and how to put them on.

Adrienne - posted on 06/25/2011

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I LOVED G-Diapers. They have cloth inserts available and you don't always have to wash the whole diaper, just the liner.

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