"Before we made our decision to use cloth diapers instead of disposables, we talked to a lot of other couples and researched the topic.
My mother always used cloth diapers, and as the oldest of six children, I’m used to changing cloth diapers and I know how to wash them. My husband said he’s more than willing to try, as he doesn’t know the difference between the two.
People who use cloth diapers save between $2,500 and $3,000, when you figure that babies go through roughly 8-10 diapers a day for a little over a year.
Children who wear cloth diapers potty train faster. Disposable diapers are very absorbent, thus children don’t ever feel the need to get out of them because they feel dry."
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