[Walmart] cloth diapers charlie banana on clearance
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Which liner are you talking about? The thick disposable inserts shown in the video are overkill and we've never used them. I suppose they'd be good for overnight, but we just use disposables at bedtime.
Feb 20th, 2020 9:03 pm
Thank you so much for the info & tips! We were hoping to start with cloth diapers right away but I've definitely heard that newborns go through an insane amount of diapers in the first few months so maybe we should stick to disposables in the beginning like you did.psyko514 wrote: ↑ Congratulations!
I can't speak to this specific brand, but a good cloth diaper should last until your kid is potty trained. These seem to lack snaps in the crotch area (example here) which allow for a snugger fit on younger babies. We opted to start are kids on cloth diapers around 6 months when they started eating solids. Before that, you're changing diapers 10-12 times a day and poop is harder to clean.
Along with the inserts that come with the diapers, we use disposable bamboo sheets which allow you to easily dispose of most poop in the toilet. A bidet hose is also a good investment for rinsing after bigger poops unless you want to use your handheld shower head in the tub.
I'd recommend getting 24 diapers. You'll go through ~8 a day for a while which means you'll be washing them every 3 days. You can get away with 16 but you'll have to go through the washing process more frequently.
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We never really had to do any liners - in the beginning the whole diaper can go in the wash as their poop is water soluble (for sure if breastfed, though some that formula feed say it can go in as well). Now that he is on solids, most of the time it just takes a minute to plop the poop in the toilet, and wash normally. You can use bamboo liners, but those are thin sheets of bamboo that cost maybe 5 cents (if at al that much) and not needed for every diaper.
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With my lot of 12 I did laundry every other day. Hang dry on the rack.abridges wrote: ↑ Well now I am back to thinking maybe we will do it hahaha... how often are you doing laundry with cloth diapers? Once a day and putting them in the dryer?
Diapers I have found on sale have been not much more than the bamboo inserts found regular price on amazon... but if you don't need the liners it maybe worth the effort
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