Found yourself overwhelmed by all the choices when it comes to cloth diapers?
Or just not sure about plunking out money for expensive cloth diapers?
Here’s how I diapered my little ones for under $100.
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Update: The website I had purchased them from seems to no longer be in business… so… I have updated this post with another resource to find the econobum starter kit and additional economic options I found online to help you get started into cloth diapering.
What I used for my LO’s awas the Econobum covers and insert pack which worked for 8-35 pounds so no having to rebuy diapers as they grow. I thought they were great and were my go to verses an all-in-one which are bulkier to carry around IMO harder to clean.
These diapers are designed for 8-35 pounds, so they will last you beginning to potty training. I have used these on both my 2 month old daughter and my 3 year old son and they have worked great for both!
If you plan on washing diapers every other day, order about 6-8 of these Econobum trial kits which comes with a cover and 3 prefolds.
These sell for about $12 each I used a company called
Tender Cargo – great customer service and prompt shipping and now unfotunately it seems out of business, but if you Google search Econobum you will find other retailers who sell starter kits and individual diapers.
This kit costs around $50 at most vendors which comes with:
While doing this post update I came across ALVABABY Baby Cloth Diapers One Size Adjustable Washable Reusable for Baby Girls and Boys 6 Pack with 12 Inserts giving you more outer covers and the ability to go from one size to the next without buying new diapers. At this time this set runs about $30 and people seem to like the product so I at that price I would feel confident in giving them a try, especially at that price point. There are lots of colors to choose from… this is just one example.
Hopefully this saves you the insanity of the research process …saving you both TIME and MONEY… AND saving the environment one diaper at a time!
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