Choosing the best cloth diaper detergent that is safe for your baby and your cloth diapers while also providing an effective clean can be difficult with all the choices out there. The choices become more difficult when you start to read all the contradictory information on the best cloth diaper washing routine.
Sizing your baby When sizing your baby, start with fitting for baby’s length using the snaps running up and down the front of the diaper. There are three rows and three columns of snaps which adjust the rise or height of the diaper.
Overall cloth diapering boys & girls isn’t all that different but where they need absorbency is. Here are some key tips that we’ve discovered along the way that help to keep little boys happy and dry.
It’s all about the angle
Pay attention to the angle of his dangle – and point it down. This is the best piece of advice I can give you if you’re diapering (cloth or otherwise) a boy. Make sure, at every change that you gently point the penis down between the legs, sounds easy but is easily forgotten at 2am or when you’ve got a fussy baby. However, this will help keep the majority of pee hitting the diaper where it’s most absorbent. Point it to one side and you’ll get leaks out the legs; point it up and pee will flow up the tummy, over the hip and out the back making a wardrobe change necessary along with a diaper change.
There are so many benefits to cloth diapering—they’re less expensive, more eco-friendly, can help in the speed and ease of potty training—but how do you keep them clean and stink free when using hard water? Learn more.
Today nearly 95% of infants are still in diapers by 18 months compared to the 1950's where this same 95% were potty-trained. We discuss how disposable diapers have influenced this change and how cloth diapers may promote an earlier and easier transition to the potty.
Traveling with babies and little ones can be challenging on its own. But what if you are traveling with cloth diapers? Using cloth outside the home is just as easy as using it every day but here are a few pro tips and essentials that will take the guess work out of traveling and make it even easier.
Are you hesitant about cloth diapers? Here are some of the most common myths about cloth diapers that we hear from our customers, and the reasons why choosing to use cloth diapers is easier than you think.
Natural fiber diapers like cotton and bamboo can often hold onto stains even with a good rinsing & washing routine. Fear not, there are several ( and natural) ways that you can prevent and remove stains on your favorite fluff.
Have you been thinking about using cloth diapers? They're affordable, cute, and yes, also effective! In this article, we answer the 12 most frequently asked questions about cloth diapering to help you get started.