Cloth Diapers, Should I dunk them or spray them?

Posted by Becca on 8/12/2014 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
diaper sprayerBefore I committed to cloth diapering, one thing held me back: the poop. When I was younger, my mom cloth diapered, but the diaper service came and took away all our dirty diapers so we never had to deal with them that aspect of cloth diapering. Going into

Cloth Diapers vs. Disposable Diapers: Pros and Cons

Posted by Bryana on 10/30/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
The issue of cloth diapers versus disposable diapers is an old debate; each diaper has its advantages and disadvantages. The best way to arrive at a sure decision about which type serves you best is to fully educate yourself on the features of both to find which diaper works more in your and your baby's favor.

Why Are Cloth Diapers Best for Your Baby?

Posted by Bryana on 10/29/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
Conventional disposable diapers offer parents significant convenience in the way of maintenance and disposal, but many are uninformed as to the disadvantages of using them. Virtually all disposable diapers contain a long list of toxic ingredients that could do great harm to your baby if ingested including bleach derivatives. They also contain sodium polyunsaturate, a type of absorbent crystal no longer used in feminine care products due to its link with toxic shock syndrome.

DIY Tutorial: Zippered Wetbag, Sew your own!

Posted by Becca on 6/19/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories

For this tutorial you will need the following: PUL (Polyurethane Laminated Fabric), a zipper, sewing machine, coordinating thread, and a zipper foot for your sewing machine. The size that you make this is up to you. You can make it large or small and still follow this tutorial. Mine is a small/medium that is the perfect size for your diaper bag. It can fit 3-5 dirty diapers or one change of clothes for a toddler or preschooler.

Why YOU should choose cloth wipes over disposable wipes!

Posted by Bert on 5/9/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
cloth wipes,how to,cloth diapersFor the longest time when I first started cloth diapering I used disposable wipes. I thought cloth wipes would be more difficult and since it was my husband's idea to start cloth diapering I wanted to be successful. I was wrong; cloth wipes weren't more difficult than disposable wipes. Actually, cloth wipes were easier because I could throw them into my dry pail with my diapers. When I was using disposable wipes the whole process was so annoying...(read more)

How to care for your cloth diaper wet bag

Posted by Bert on 4/25/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
wetbags,cloth diapersIn my opinion a Wet bag is a quintessential cloth diaper accessory; one that really should be on everyone’s “must haves” list.

Whether it’s a large bag for storing dirty diapers before laundry day or a smaller bag to take with you on the go proper washing and care will lengthen the life of your wet bag; I’ve always wondered though how often do I need to wash my wet bags?

Cloth Diaper Tip: Fold your cloth wipes and make them "POP"

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 4/2/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
Learn how to fold your cloth wipes and make them pop up from a disposable wipes container.

We promise, once you see just how convenient cloth wipes can be you'll never look back!

My CJ's BUTTer is grainy. Why and how can I fix this?

Posted by Julie on 3/19/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
Recently questions have come from concerned parents who's CJ's BUTTer seems a little grainy. What's wrong with it they ask, has it gone bad?

In this post we address the "grainy" issue, what causes it and how to fix it if you're interested in that.

Cloth Diaper Tip: DIY Cloth Wipes Tutorial!

Posted by Cloth Diaper Blog Guest on 3/12/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
When I started using cloth diapers, I had no clue that I could use cloth wipes. I quickly got tired of spending $12 every month on disposable wipes. I thought, "There's got to be a less expensive option." One of my friends told me about cloth wipes. I decided to try my hand at making them, and you can too.

Second Look Saturday: Babylegs are versatile and not just for baby!

Posted by Julie on 2/16/2013 to Cloth Diaper Accessories
Babylegs. Can I come up with a whole post dedicated to their use? I'm about to show you!

From baby to toddlers, older children and even mamas, Babylegs are practical, versatile and as my daughter likes to say "they're funky."
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