The easiest cloth diaper tip you'll find on the internet! No fancy folding skills, no need to watch a video demonstration or study step by step pictures.
We present to you....The Invisible Clothesline for Cloth Diapers!
The Invisible Clothesline Trick
Are you having an AHA! moment yet?
The cloth diapering trick is really a no-brainer. Something that's been right before your eyes but that you've probably never tried.
The majority of snaps on ALL cloth diapers are the same size and each has a male and female end. They can and will snap together easily! Pretty crazy right?
Like I said, no step-by-stp demonstrations needed. This trick is perfect for camping with cloth diapers, visiting family or friends who don't have a clothesline or for your own home. Snap your diapers together and hang them in the laundry room, across the living room, outside and any other place you fancy.
So tell me truthfully, have you snapped your diapers together for this effect before? Think you'll try it? Please share!
Renae M Date 7/23/2013
ah ha! no I have not used my snaps this way, but will soon forsure. Yay! thanks for tip.
Jenna Date 7/23/2013
Won't that stretch out the elastics? I've thought of doing that but I don't want to ruin my diapers
Melissa C. Date 7/23/2013
Yikes! Sort of a cool concept, but I think that would take a lot of life off of those pricey covers. I'll stick with my Ikea octopus and covers that are still like-new.
Dana Date 7/23/2013
I have used the snaps to avoid using clothespins but have always had a string. This is pure genius! Thanks for the simple idea!
Renee H Date 7/23/2013
I never actually thought to do this (duh, so smart). I just tied yarn to my deck to make my own clothes line ha ha ha and sun those babies :D
Michelle Date 7/23/2013
the only problem you can't do, is hang your inserts this way. Well, at least, I can't.
Angelina M Date 7/23/2013
I'm going to try this, since I have so few covers right now that the elastics won't stretch too much, at least until we figure out how to get a clothesline!
Robyn Hendrickson Date 7/23/2013
Great tip for people without a clothes line. I love to hang our cloth diapers outside, not sure how I'll get through this winter having to use the dryer everytime!
vickie couturier Date 7/24/2013
cant wait to share this with my daughterin law she is cloth diapering an bet she doesn't know thanks
cynthia downer Date 7/25/2013
cant believe ive never thought of this!
sasha perry Date 7/25/2013
such a great idea!! i was planning on just using a mini collapsible rolling rack to make things easier to get in and out of my house.
Emily Date 7/25/2013
For those worried about the elastic, you could just hang them from the front of the dipe, where there isn't any elastic, using alternating rise/waist snaps! Let the back part with the elastic be the part that dangles down! No problem!
Kim Hendricks Date 7/26/2013
What an awesome idea! You could easily make a bunch of mini lines of these between chairs in the winter & still be 'line drying' & saving money!
Talia Date 7/26/2013
I applaud the ingenuity, but I'd be concerned about the strain on elastics if snapped in the back. Snapping in the front would work ok, but what about diapers with elastics on both sides, like Thirsties?
Kristen Date 7/28/2013
I love this! I'll have to try this next time I want to dry in the house!
Christina L Date 7/28/2013
Great idea! I'll have to try this.
Jennifer Date 8/1/2013
I absolutely love this idea! So smart. I am definitely going to try this on the next rainy day. Thank you.
Vicki Hall Date 8/12/2013
I usually just hang them on those plastic pants hangers on my shower curtain rod I'm gonna try this though. thanks for the tip I never would've thought of this.
Amy Bernick Date 8/21/2013
I love this idea. I'm not sure why I never thought to do this.
Lacy Date 12/4/2013
But of COURSE! Great idea! I love it! The chain might have to be shorter if you used hook and loop, but it would also work with hook and loop fasteners, wouldn't it? I have heard complaints about the 'diaper chain' coming out of the dryer.