Post contains affiliate links I’ve talked many times about how I started my stash with 3 Bumgenius pocket diapers, followed by 3 more. I washed those 6 diapers twice per day (3 at a time) in order to keep my son in cloth full time, as we added diapers one by one as we could afford them. I never even considered using prefolds & covers because they seemed scary, confusing & complicated to me.
I purchased this item myself. Post contains affiliate links. Hook & loop closure diapers need occasional “cleaning out” to keep them in tip top shape. Whether you just want to help them stick better, avoid diaper chains in the wash, or if you’re getting ready to sell your used cloth diapers, you probably do this (or need to.) You can sit picking fuzz out with your fingers, use a Snappi (which I’ve done) or get it done quickly with this handy tool.
Whether you are switching from disposable to cloth diapers, or diapering a baby for the first time, finding information on cloth diapers can be overwhelming! I wrote a Cloth 101 guest post series on another blog over 3 years ago, but realized I’ve never done anything similar here. So…here it is!