From Disposable Liners to Natural Ointments: Expert Advice for Effortless Cloth Diapering
As a parent, you want to make changing your baby's cloth diapers as easy and convenient as possible. That's why I've compiled a list of tips to help optimize your cloth diaper routine, while also providing you with some great product recommendations that you can purchase through my affiliate links below.
- Diaper Liners
Firstly, consider using disposable diaper liners to pre-line your diapers. These liners will save you time and make cleaning up a breeze. We recommend the OsoCozy Flushable Diaper Liners.
- Diaper Covers
Choosing the right diapers and covers is crucial to prevent leaks. Look for diaper covers with these 3 features: double leg gussets, front elastic, and back elastic. I recommend my Pooters Perfect Fit Cover, as well as the Thirsties Duo Wrap Diaper Cover and the Rumparooz Diaper Cover.
- Cloth friendly diaper rash cream
When it comes to diaper rash ointments, you'll want to choose natural options that won't cause odors or reduced absorbency. Grandma El's, Balm! Baby Diaper Balm, Lusa Organics Booty Balm, and Pooters Skin Therapy are all fantastic choices that wash off easily in the laundry.
- The "fire hydrant"
Baby boys tend to pee more heavily towards the front of their diapers. This can cause a ton of leaks at night if your little one is a tummy sleepy. That's why it's important to ensure that the "fire hydrant" is pointing downwards before closing up the diaper, especially at night.
By following these tips you can optimize your cloth diaper routine - while also supporting my small business :-).