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5 Tips for Switching from Disposable to Cloth Diapers

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This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. Post may contain affiliate links meaning if you click and buy I receive a small commission. Thank you.

Ready to make the switch?

It’s never too late to switch to cloth diapers. Here are 5 quick tips for switching to cloth from disposable diapers:

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Cloth Diaper Anatomy – Closure Options

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This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. Post may contain affiliate links meaning if you click and buy I receive a small commission. Thank you. So your diaper has a water resistant outer, an inner, an absorbent material and elastic. How do you close it?

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Cloth Diaper Anatomy – Types of Elastic

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This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. Post may contain affiliate links meaning if you click and buy I receive a small commission. Thank you. Just when I thought I had figured out all the cloth diaper terms a few years ago, along came FOE and gussets and true gussets and double gussets and…and…

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Cloth Diaper Anatomy – Waterproof Layers

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This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. Post may contain affiliate links meaning if you click and buy I receive a small commission. Thank you. We talked about absorbent materials used in cloth diapers, and we talked about different materials that line diapers. Without something on the outside to keep moisture in, you might have a mess on your hands! So, what are the options? You can still buy “plastic pants,” but today’s diapers are way better!

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Cloth Diaper Anatomy – Materials Used for Diaper Inners

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This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. Post may contain affiliate links meaning if you click and buy I receive a small commission. Thank you. Recently, I talked about different materials used for the absorbent layer in cloth diapers. This time, I’ll discuss materials that are used as the inner layer, or the layer against baby’s skin.

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