"Everyone" is everyone I talked to or read the comments of online. Which of the points is wrong? Anyway, I don't want to make it much more than my thoughts on the matter as that's what contributed to my decision and wanted to share them with OP.azia wrote: ↑Apr 17th, 2017 9:42 amWho is this "everyone"? Because usually the naysayers are ones who haven't tried it themselves and just seem to think cloth is weird, gross, inconvenient, etc. based on assumptions. Disposables have been around since the 50's...cloth diapers since...well, since people wore clothes.
That alone seems like way too much extra effort given the amount of time I already spend taking care of the little one compare that to just rolling it up and chucking it into a bag for garbage day. Disposables are what, 20cents a piece?azia wrote: ↑Apr 17th, 2017 9:42 amWe use strictly disposables now but for the first 18 months, we used mainly cloth and sometimes disposables when we were out and about. The only inconvenience to cloth is if you don't have time to wash at night, BUT you don't need to wash nightly. We did it every 3 days. Poop diapers we had a diaper sprayer (same as a bidet) on our toilet and we'd spray of the solids. Everything goes into a wet bag and that gets tossed in with the diapers in the wash.
1 cycle on cold
1 heavy duty cycle on hot
Low heat in the dryer
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