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GE Top Load Washer Review- How I Like It Months Later

The GE Top Load Washer Review contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase from my links. All opinions are my own. For many years, I used an “old school” top-loading washing machine with an agitator (non-HE). I loved that thing. It did a phenomenal job getting clothes clean. But then in June 2019, we …

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Aquaus Cloth Diaper Sprayer – The Perfect Spraying System!

This Aquaus Cloth Diaper Sprayer review contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase after clicking my link. We recently bought a new cloth diaper sprayer- the Aquaus Cloth Diaper Sprayer. We bought the full kit that came with the sprayer itself, the Spray Mate, the clips, and the reaching tool. I know, I …

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Cloth Diaper Liners – Pros, Cons & How To DIY

Many cloth diapering parents are always looking for ways to make cleaning dirty diapers easier. One way to do that is to use cloth diaper liners. Cloth diaper liners serve to keep your baby’s poop off of the diaper itself, making it easier to wash. How you deal with the poop on the liner depends on what kind of liner you use. There are disposable …

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Wool Diaper Covers – What Makes Them So Great?

This post on wool diaper covers contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase after clicking a link. I have to admit: I have a new obsession with wool covers. I am so mad at myself that it took me so long to try them! Wool diaper covers are not as common …

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Potty Training and Cloth Diapers – What Do I Need?

This post contains affiliate links that may help with potty training and cloth diapers, which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase after clicking. All opinions are my own. Potty training…a very heated topic. There are a lot of schools of thought out there as to the best way to potty train. You hear about 3-day methods …

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Other Uses For Cloth Diapers – What To Do When You’re Done?

Many people balk at the upfront cost of cloth diapers. Even if you go for inexpensive brands of diapers like Alvas or Mama Koalas, you’re looking at spending between $100 and $200 upfront for a modest stash of diapers. If you go for mid-range diapers like bumGenius, or higher end brands like Smart Bottoms, you’re looking at spending at least a few hundred up to …

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The Best Diaper Pail For Cloth Diapers – Storing Dirty Diapers With Ease

This post contains affiliate links which means I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you if you make a purchase after clicking one of my links. Many people wonder about the best way to store dirty cloth diapers between washings. The biggest worry people have relates to odors–won’t dirty diapers stink up your whole room? Do we need to find the best …

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Tide Vs Biokleen For Cloth Diapers – A Full Review

Tide Original Powder is probably one of the most often recommended detergents for cloth diapers, and for good reason! Point blank, Tide is effective. It’s ideal for hard water (which 85% of the US has), it’s powerful, and it has a great reputation. However, many people don’t like using Tide or other non-plant based detergents. They worry about the chemicals in the detergents and how …

Minimalist Cloth Diapering – Sticking To The Essentials

There are many motivations for cloth diapering, and none of them are better or worse than any other motivation. One reason some of us choose to cloth diaper (including myself) is that we generally try to live in a way that is less wasteful. It doesn’t mean we are perfect or zero waste; it just means we are doing what we feel capable of at …

How To Make Your Own Cloth Wipes Solution – Easy, Cheap, & Soothing

Cloth wipes are something that took me a long time to get on board with. When I was pregnant with my first child, I read all about cloth wipes, but I decided that I would just start by using cloth diapers with disposable wipes and see if I had any interest in it later. I was somewhat overwhelmed by it all, and I figured I …