Diaper Accessories

@spraypal #giveaway via @chgdiapers

Spray Pal is the splatter shield that works with your diaper sprayer to keep your bathroom free from overspray. You can use water amount of pressure you need to get your cloth diapers clean, without fear of splashing icky water on your face or walls. [click to continue reading]

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@geffenbaby hemp jersey wipes via @chgdiapers 1

Post contains affiliate links. I received a product sample at no cost for review purposes, and I have a business relationship with the manufacturer. All opinions are my own. Geffen Baby’s wipes have been my favorite cloth wipes since 2011. After receiving a product sample, I replaced all my other wipes with them. The hemp/cotton blend wipes are a single layer of super soft fabric. Thin to get into all the crevices, but I’ve never gotten my hands dirty due to their single layer. [click to continue reading & enter the giveaway]

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#clothdiapers and diaper rash via @chgdiapers

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Pugo Baby diaper rash & thrush salve via @chgdiapers 1

I received a product at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Pugo Baby Care makes 100% organic products for mama (including belly salve and nipple cream) and baby. I received a jar of the Soft Bums diaper rash & thrush salve to try. [click to continue reading]

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Disposable #clothdiapers liners vs viva paper towels as liners via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate links – pictured items were purchased by me. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. In my 4 1/2 years of cloth diapering, I have never used a diaper sprayer or disposable diaper liners. I thought I would “need” them when I started cloth diapering, but I was stressing myself out with the idea of all the things to buy, so I decided to wait. I figured I’d buy them when I felt I needed them, but I got by fine without them and never bothered. That said, I think they would make life easier, especially if you are hand washing! [click to continue reading]

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