With over a decade of experience in buying and selling cloth diapers, The Natural Baby Company can help you find the cloth diaper information you need. Our cloth diaper experts know natural baby products inside and out, from all in one cloth diapers to hybrid diapers to biodegradable disposable diapers. We understand that the topic of cloth diapering can sometimes appear complicated or intimidating, but it is mostly because many cloth diaper brands choose to speak in lingo and “insider” language. As it turns out, cloth diapering is very straightforward – and easy to do – once you have an understanding of the basics.
The following resources will provide a starting point for you to make the decision…exploring everything from cost differences between disposable and re-usable cotton diapers, to how to fasten cloth diapers, to the materials used in cloth diapers, and much more. We have created this comprehensive guide to help you decipher how to buy cloth diapers, and why it might be the right decision for you and your baby. If you like what you read, please consider sharing this resource with your friends and family…they will be glad you did!
Families considering cloth diapers are usually motivated by a unique combination of budgetary, environmental, health, and fashion considerations. When deciding if cloth diapers are right for your family, you will want to consider your family’s lifestyle and what kind of cloth diaper will best fit in it.
Learn why choosing cloth diapers over disposable diapers is an easy decision that will save you money, time, and help the environment.
Buying cloth diapers can be overwhelming for new parents. This guide explores how to buy cloth diapers, what types of cloth diapers are right for you and your baby, and how to make this decision that will impact your pocket book and the environment.
Times have changed for cloth diapers. Gone are the days of safety pins, plastic pants, and leaks. Learn how today’s cloth diapers have been engineered to be as easy to use as disposables.
In the past twenty years, one of the most striking changes in the modern cloth diaper movement has been the introduction of easy to use fastening systems.
The materials used in the cloth diapers you choose for your baby are equally as important as the style of diaper you choose. This article is an explanation of some of the most commonly used diaper materials.
Not all diapers are biodegradable, in fact most in use today are not. A typical disposable diaper takes hundreds of years to fully decompose – though nobody REALLY knows, since no disposables have been in the landfill that long (yet).
When making a decision to purchase organic cloth diapers (or ANYTHING claiming to be organic), it is important to consider whether or not the product has been certified in order to guarantee the accuracy of such claims.