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The ultimate list of the best nighttime diapers (newborn thru 8 years)

The ultimate list of the best nighttime diapers (newborn thru 8 years)

March 28, 2017

Need help finding a nighttime diaper? Not sure what diapers are the most absorbent?This chart will help you figure out how much your little one is peeing at night and which diaper (cloth or disposable) is best for your heavy wetter.

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Ayurvedic baby food recipes (+ free shopping list)

Ayurvedic baby food recipes (+ free shopping list)

March 12, 2017

A list of Ayurvedic baby food recipes designed to keep your baby happy, healthy and sleep better.

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Using the power of Ayurvedic science to soothe your baby

Using the power of Ayurvedic science to soothe your baby

March 06, 2017

Does your baby seem to be fussy all the time?  Is your baby gassy or constantly getting diaper rashes? If it seems like you've tried everything but nothing is working, the one thing you might be missing is Ayurveda.

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Stop nighttime diaper leaks with the right cloth diaper and insert

Stop nighttime diaper leaks with the right cloth diaper and insert

August 27, 2016

With the right Pooters diaper and insert, you can create a diaper that holds up to 31 ounces - giving you and your little one a leak-free night. Use this table to find the Perfect Leak-free Diaper for your family.

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5 steps to get you started with cloth diapers

5 steps to get you started with cloth diapers

August 27, 2016

Getting started with cloth diapers can be a confusing process. Let us walk you through everything you need to know.

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The ultimate guide to diagnosing your baby's diaper rash

The ultimate guide to diagnosing your baby's diaper rash

April 04, 2016

Does your baby have a diaper rash? This chart will help you determine what type of rash your baby has, what caused it, and how you can treat it quickly.

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How to Wash Cloth Diapers

April 04, 2016

  1. Place diapers and diaper pail liner in washing machine
  2. Run one (1) HOT rinse cycle with no detergent. *add Calgon or Borax if you have hard water
  3. Run one (1) HOT wash cycle (Heavy load) with 1 scoop of a recommended detergent
  4. Dry (either in dryer or on clothesline)

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Stripping Cloth Diapers to Stop Leaks, Odors and Diaper Rash

April 04, 2016 1 Comment

Stripping is the process of deep cleaning your diapers in order to eliminate stink, smells, ammonia burns, prevent diaper rash, and improve absorbency.

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Ammonia Buildup in Cloth Diapers and Ammonia Burns: How to Get Rid of It

December 20, 2015

Do you diapers wreak of ammonia after just one pee? Is your baby suffering from ammonia burns when she wakes up in the morning? This means your diapers are getting clean enough and there is bacteria buildup. Here are 5 things you can do to get rid of horrible ammonia / bacteria buildup in your cloth diapers.

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Cloth Diaper Friendly Detergents: A List of What Detergents You Should Use on Your Cloth Diapers

Cloth Diaper Friendly Detergents: A List of What Detergents You Should Use on Your Cloth Diapers

December 20, 2015 2 Comments

The key to simple laundering with cloth diapers is choosing the right detergent. Some detergents have other ingredients in them that when used on cloth diapers over time create build up on the diapers causing them to retain odors and become less absorbent.

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Cloth Diapers in Daycare - how to get your daycare comfortable with your baby's cloth diapers

August 05, 2015

Using cloth in daycare is possible with the right tools and the right information:

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Cloth Diaper Shopping - determining how many cloth diapers you'll need to buy

February 15, 2015

The chart below provides recommendations for purchases based on the type of cloth diaper and age of the baby.

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Cloth Diaper Rash Cream Recommendations - a list of good and bad diaper rash creams for cloth diapers

December 30, 2014

Not all diaper rash creams are created equal. Some will be better for your baby depending on the cause of their rash, while others shouldn’t be used at all. Below is a list of diaper rash creams that are and are not recommended for use with cloth diapers. Those that are not recommended will cause buildup on your diapers and will cause them to lose absorbency and leak.

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Bamboo and Hemp Cloth Diaper Washing Instructions

December 29, 2014

Bamboo and Hemp, like fleece, are also very easy to care for, but there are a few watch-outs and tips to keep in mind.

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How to Cloth Diaper - cloth diaper terms, a list of what to buy, money saving tips, and video tutorials

December 29, 2014

Getting started with cloth diapers can be a confusing process but our guides will walk you through everything you need to know about cloth diapers and which diapers and accessories are best for you and baby. Start with the steps outlined below and feel free to check out our other helpful guides, FAQs and instructional videos for additional help if you need it.

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Diaper Rash Cream and Cloth Diapers

December 29, 2014

Traditional diaper rash creams have heavy oils and other ingredients in them (e.g. zinc oxide and cod liver oil) that stick to cloth diapers, causing them to leak and retain odors. Unfortunately you’ll need to use some elbow grease to make them useful again using the following steps.

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Cloth Diapering Essentials - a checklist of what you REALLY need to cloth diaper your baby

December 29, 2014

There are a lot of cloth diaper accessories out there and it can be hard to tell what you really need to cloth diaper your baby. Here’s a simple list of the essentials and a few "nice to haves".

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Cloth diaper shopping tips

December 29, 2014

When you consider the fact that the average person will spend anywhere from $1800 to $2100 to diaper a baby with disposables from birth to potty training – it’s not far fetched that budget restraints are a common reason why many mamas turn towards cloth diapers. But while you really can save money by using cloth diapers, it’s hard figuring out where to begin. Here are a few tips to help you make the best cloth diapering choices:

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Cloth Diaper Shopping - How to measure your baby to determine her cloth diaper size

Cloth Diaper Shopping - How to measure your baby to determine her cloth diaper size

December 29, 2014

A loose fitting cloth diaper can cause leaks.  This article will show you how to measure your baby's waist, rise and legs to determine the right size diaper to buy for your baby.  

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Cloth diaper materials explained

December 29, 2014

These days, cloth diapers aren’t just made of cotton anymore. Some come in materials like bamboo that are more environmentally friendly and have antimicrobial benefits for baby. The chart below will show you the most common material types and their benefits.

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Cloth Diaper Leaks During the Day: How to Stop Your Cloth Diapers from Leaking

December 29, 2014

Are your diapers leaking? Check out the list below of the most common causes of diaper leaks and how to make it stop. Also be sure to check out our simple instructions for stripping your diapers.

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Types of Cloth Diapers - descriptions, costs, pros and cons, and a tutorial video

December 14, 2014

With the exception of prefold diapers, all of the other diapers listed below are available in 'One-Size'. This means the diaper can be adjusted to fit your baby from 10 to 40 lbs. The benefit of one-size diapers is that they save you in the long run because you won't have to purchase multiple diapers for the various sizes of your baby. The downside to one-size diapers is that they are very bulky on newborns and don't truly provide a good fit until baby is about 10 to 12 lbs.

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The best cloth diaper brands

December 14, 2014

Listed below are the top recommended brands by fit on baby. Categories include diapers that fit best for babies with the following:

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Cloth Diapers vs Disposable Diapers - why you should cloth diaper your baby

September 24, 2014

Now before you read any further, I want you to throw away your notions of what cloth diapers are and how they work. They've come a long way in the past decade. They come in cute colors and prints now, and can be put on just as easily as a disposable diaper. In addition to them being much easier to use, cloth diapers are a great for 3 reasons:

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