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Why Cloth?
Healthier for the Environment:
Disposable diapers have a tremendous negative impact on our solid waste resources.
Reusable/cloth diapers use less water and energy and generate much less waste than disposable diapers.
It takes between 200-500 years for a disposable diaper to decompose, while cloth diapers have life span of over 100 washings per diaper.
Disposable diapers are the third largest single consumer item in landfills, and represent 30% of non-biodegradable waste.
Healthier for your baby:
Cotton diapers are all natural, with no chemical substances that may irritate the skin.
Cotton helps ammonia, a by-product of urine, evaporate away from the baby’s skin.
Cotton diapers breathe, letting air circulate to the baby’s skin and are naturally absorbent.
Subscribing to a diaper service costs between $17-20 each week. The average family spends roughly $15 a week for 60 diapers a week. This equals $780 annually and averages to $65 a month. Over the course of two years, the family will spend about $1500 per baby, roughly the same cost as disposables.
*In addition, cloth diaper families will save money over time because children generally potty train quicker than children wearing disposables.
New customers will be surprised at how easy it is to use cloth diapers! Diaper services take the difficult part of using cloth out of the equation. No more pins! No rinsing required. Soiled diapers are dispensed into the provided diaper pail and picked up for washing weekly.

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