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How to Spend Less Money on Diapers
May 5, 2020 2:56 pm | by

As the United States unemployment reaches its highest since 1943, many families are looking for ways to save money and cut costs any way they can.

Cloth Diapers Save Money

Families with babies who need diapers know just how expensive disposable diapers can be. Plus, as people are hoarding toilet paper and diapers, it may be difficult to find your preferred diapers. Now is a great time to make the switch to cloth diapers.

To get the most bang for your buck, check out the Elemental Joy Cloth Diaper Kit. If you want to switch to full-time cloth diapers, we recommend 24 diapers changes, or 2 kits.

Stay Home

If you run out of diapers, there is no need to make an extra trip to the store for diapers. When you run low on cloth diapers, toss them in the laundry. No laundry machine? You can handwash cloth diapers, if necessary. If you need to handwash your diapers, a cover and insert is probably the best way to go because they will dry faster than an all-in-one diaper. Choose Elemental Joy cloth diaper covers, Flip diaper covers, or Econobum diaper covers for a quick-drying option. As an added bonus, anyone can air dry diapers to save money.

Air dry

For many years, Cotton Babies has been encouraging families to keep a small stash of cloth diapers on hand in the event of a natural disaster that would prevent families from having access to disposable diapers. While a pandemic is not what we had in mind, it is true that cloth diapers can help out in times of crisis.

Reusable Wipes

Besides cloth diapers, there are other disposable items you can replace with a reusable option that will save you money in the long run. Reusable wipes can replace the need for disposable wipes. You can also use flannel wipes as a replacement for tissues.

bumGenius Flannel Wipes

Cloth Diaper Beginner Pack Bundle - Get Started and Save Money!

By switching to cloth diapers, you can save thousands of dollars. Even if you only switch to cloth diapers part-time, you will still save money over throwing disposable diapers into the trash.

Read more: Do you need diapers now? 

About the Author

Julia joined Cotton Babies in 2016 as Executive Assistant to Jenn Labit. She’s the proud mama to a toddler and a baby. She and her husband also have 2 dogs, a cat, a turtle and a pet fish. Julia is a diehard Cardinals fan who loves spending time with her family, shopping, crafting, and binge-watching “The Office.”


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