Cloth Diapers


LarochelleV
on Mar 10, 2016 @ 12:58 pm

Any Moms out there also using cloth diapers? I love it so far. It's cheap and easier than some people think and surprisingly doesn't disgust me that much! Just curious how your system works? Do you use wetbags, store the diapers in a laundry sink/bucket or put them straight into the wash?
 


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Cuppedcakes
I tried on Mar 10, 2016 @ 01:23 pm

I wish I had the determination to have stick with it but it was too much for me
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LarochelleV
. on Mar 10, 2016 @ 09:19 pm

@cuppedcakes I wasn't sure at first either. Its working good for us but definitely not for everyone
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JQ2015
You're braver than me on Mar 10, 2016 @ 09:33 pm

I'm impressed. I had every intention of going cloth but we still haven't made the switch. Baby came 9 weeks early so for a good three months no cloth diaper would have fit her teeny tiny bottom anyways. I'm just trying to get a handle on the increased laundry without the diapers. Do the poo diapers end up making other things...poo-ey? Are you using an he machine?
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LarochelleV
. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 09:35 am

@JQ2015 I only planned on using once he was three month too due to size but one night about a month old we ran out of diapers, I used a cloth one then was like 'hey, that worked well! No point in buying any more disposables." I only wash the cloth diapers and baby clothes together, and I do a load about 2x week. We don't have an he machine. Right now I put my washer on "soak" cycle, it fills up a little bit and then whenever there is a dirty diaper we throw it right in the water in the machine then when it is full after about 3 days we wash it. I tried a different method but needed to soak them like this in order to keep the poo from drying out and staining. Storing it in the water also keeps there from being much of a smell.
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