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Lil Helper Cloth Diaper Review

I received a diaper at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. In 2011 I reviewed Lil Helper cloth diapers. Lil Helper is one of my favorite diaper companies because of their humor, great customer service, and Baby Do Good program. Take a look at their mission for a taste of their great sense of humor. I’m so happy that they’re still in business nearly three years later, and have made some great improvements to the diaper. [click to continue reading]

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@Bummis duo brite #clothdiapers 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. Bummis is a brand that’s been around for about 2 1/2 decades, and for good reason. Their high quality products are made in Canada, largely from materials sourced in North America, and they are constantly innovating. [click to continue reading]

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Do I really need to prep hemp #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers

We all know you need to prep natural fiber diapers & inserts to remove natural oils & make them more absorbent. Personal experience tells me this is true. But I wondered just how prepping affects the fabric. [click to continue reading]

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Do rayon from bamboo #clothdiapers inserts lose absorbency as they age via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate link. We confirmed that microfiber inserts lose absorbency over time, but what about rayon from bamboo? [click to continue reading]

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@Geffenbaby newborn super absorbers #clothdiapers inserts via @chgdiapers 1

I have a business relationship with the manufacturer, and I received this product sample for free. Geffen Baby‘s line of absorbers (universal cloth diaper inserts) are available in 3 sizes (newborn, regular & plus) and 2 materials (hemp fleece or hemp jersey.) They are all 5 layers of 60% hemp/40% organic cotton, and are made in the U.S.A. I received their newest product, the newborn super absorber, to try. [click to continue reading]

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