1. They are cheap. At $4 or less per diaper (depending on size and thickness) this is easily the cheapest way to cloth diaper. You can get enough diapers to get you through your baby’s entire diapering period for less than $200. 2. They are soft. After they quilt up in the first few washes, they are soft and fluffy and comfortable. I know I would be willing to wear them around my sensitive parts if I needed to, so I feel good about my baby wearing them. Simply Prefolds are so softer! 3. It is easy to care for prefolds.
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With so much information available at your fingertips, getting started can often feel overwhelming. Perhaps you realize the benefits of cloth diapering but want to know more about how to start cloth diapering. The great thing about it is that it only takes a little bit of knowledge and a handful of products. We’ve found that if you keep the products and process simple, cloth diapering can become a natural part of any family’s routine. After all, Genius is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple. So, here’s what you’ll need to get started cloth diapering: 24 cloth diapers
If bumGenius laundry detergent had a #1 fan, it would be me. When I first started cloth diapering,I didn’t think it was necessary to use laundry detergent that was formulated for cloth diapers. Instead, I just used my homemade version. As a result, I would get so frustrated by the constant cloth diaper leaks. Then, I used a store-bought laundry soap, thinking it would help with the leaks. It didn’t. At that point, I educated myself on how to properly wash cloth diapers and found that cloth diaper detergent wasn’t just a marketing technique. Since these detergents are free of the additives that often clog
You know what they say, “Cloth diaper accessories are a mom’s best friend.” Okay, maybe the saying is a little different, but either way, it’s true! Cloth diaper accessories are your best friend. Wait, actually, they’re more than that. They can be a life saver. Whether it’s a diaper sprayer, wet bag, or flannel wipes, cloth diaper accessories are meant to make cloth diapering easier and come in handy quite often. For this week’s giveaway, we want to give more people a chance to try cloth diaper accessories. One lucky person will win four of the following: bumGenius Wetbag bumGenius Pail Liner bumGenius BabyLegs bumgenius Flannel
Cloth diapers are an effective way to care for your baby while saving money and reducing your carbon footprint. And now that you’ve decided to use cloth diapers, you will have to actually wash them. It’s not as scary as people make it out to be — trust us! When it comes to washing cloth diapers, choose a detergent that is safe for your baby, but also effectively gets rid of the mess and works well for your family’s priorities. Many detergents will work when washing diapers. Laundry detergents that work well for a baby’s clothing may also be suitable for cloth diapers.
There’s a new way to clean! bumGenius Liquid Laundry Detergent is here, which means there’s a new way to care for your cloth diapers! bumGenius Liquid Laundry Detergent has been formulated to care for all of your laundry! Developed in partnership with Better Life, this all-natural detergent is a practical choice for households looking for a hypoallergenic laundry solution that removes the mess. Professionally formulated using non-toxic, plant-based, and biodegradable ingredients, bumGenius Liquid Detergent is ultra gentle, free of dyes, optical brighteners, fragrances, sulfates, and phosphates, making it safe for everyone in your family, even baby! Features: Plant Derived GMO Free Cruelty Free Fragrance Free
After reviewing the feedback received through customer surveys regarding detergent choice and washing routines, Cotton Babies has decided to make several major changes. We are discontinuing our list of recommended detergents. Instead, we are recommending that parents choose a detergent that works well for their family, their budget, and their child. The new detergent information sheet along with basic washing instructions is available here. In concert with this decision, we are also modifying the warranty that applies to Cotton Babies manufactured cloth diapers (bumGenius, Flip, and Econobum). This warranty change will be honored retroactively on purchases of all Cotton Babies manufactured cloth diapers purchased since January 1,
Let’s set the record straight — there is NO cream, lotion or oil that is safe to use on bumGenius, Flip or Econobum diapers. Despite what you see, hear or read, we ALWAYS recommend using a barrier with any cream or lotion. A lot of people think that because something says its cloth diaper safe (sorry, coconut oil!) you do not need to use a barrier. This is not true and will void your warranty because these products can cause issues such as leaks, odors, and unnecessary wear and tear. So why does this happen? Creams, oils, and lotions are designed to coat
I’m a working mama of 3 kids, and I’ll admit, I often don’t do things the “easy” way. I love to cook from scratch, I clean incessantly, and I research almost every product before making a purchase. So there are times I just need something to be simple. And using cloth diapers is simple! But with it comes a whole slew of techniques on how to clean them: spraying, swishing, soaking, sunning, etc. I don’t have time for all that! I do laundry seemingly around-the-clock as it is. I just want something that works the first time; something that I don’t
I recently read a post in a forum from a cloth diapering mom complaining that her cloth diapers weren’t clean. Her friend had told her to use a sprinkle of detergent when washing her cloth diapers. She was frustrated because the amount of detergent she was using wasn’t working. As I read the responses, I realized that many of the people writing had profiles that were relatively new and were probably unaware of the history of washing recommendations in the cloth diaper industry. This post grew out of a desire to bring some clarity to that history. The “tiny little