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March 28, 2017
We get a lot of customers who say they could never cloth diaper, that is seems like so much work. In my experience, as someone who has cloth diapered two children, I found that I was adding an hour of “extra” work to my week with the two additional loads of laundry, folding, and putting the diapers away. To be fair most the folding happened after the kids were in bed and I was watching television.
There are ways to minimize the amount of labour involved with cloth diapering. You could stick with all-in-ones and dry in your dryer rather than line-drying. Use biodegradable liners instead of fleece or a diaper sprayer. Never fold you diapers to put them away, just throw them into a laundry basket and leave them on the floor beside the change table, after all, they’re going to be used again pretty quickly.
Cloth diapering can be as complicated or easy as you’d like. Once you find a system that works for you, it tends to come together pretty smoothly. Sure, you’re going to have to do some extra laundry, but why not take the money you’ve saved by going with cloth, and buy yourself a nice treat for those evenings spent folding and watching Netflix?
Feel free to check out our Cloth Diapering 101 page for some more of the nitty-gritty details of cloth diapering.
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