Why use cloth diapers? 


An average disposable diaper contains a complex combination of heavily treated paper pulp, polyethylene (plastics), glues, dyes, synthetic perfumes, and the absorbent chemical sodium polyacrylate. ICK! All of that sitting on your baby's delicate skin. A cloth diaper is 100% natural cotton. Cotton diapers breathe naturally, have lower incidence of diaper rash and just feel better than disposable diapers.Using cloth diapers can help your financial health as well - Savings estimates range from $1,000 to $2,000 over a three-year period. 


Approximately 3.3 million tons of disposable diapers are added to the country’s landfills each year. It is estimated to take up to 500 years for just one diaper to decompose in a landfill. That’s 500 years of infecting the ecosystem with toxic gases and hazardous chemicals for every diaper thrown into the trash! Just one child in disposable diapers will require 20 trees, 420 gallons of petroleum and generate one ton of garbage. Cloth diapers make a difference - You can make a difference.

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