Category : Cloth Diapers

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Amazon Prime Day Starts 7/10 at 9 PM

If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you! Amazon Prime Day 2017 is July 11th, with deals starting July 10th at 9 PM! Did you know: If you’re a student, you can get a 6-month trial of Prime Student, followed by a 50% discount if you decide to renew!

Not a student? Get a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial.

Watch the Amazon Prime Day page for all the details and deals!

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Eco Nuts: Clean Your Laundry with Berries (Yes, Really!)

Eco Nuts Natural Laundry Products Review

Katie received complimentary products for review. Change-Diapers was not otherwise compensated and all opinions are her own. The Eco Nuts mission is to provide a healthier cleaning option for your family and our planet through their nontoxic organic cleaners in sustainable packaging. With there being a huge problem with plastic on our planet, Eco Nuts refuses to contribute to it. They are committed to being as plastic-free as they possibly can so they opt to package in more sustainable, highly recyclable options such as aluminum and paperboard. They want to keep cleaning safe and simple in your home with no hidden chemicals or toxins, choosing safe ingredients for their products. Eco Nuts is also mindful when it comes to manufacturing: their products are cruelty-free and certified organic, and their soap berries are ethically sourced from Nepal, creating jobs there as well. Eco Nuts sent me a box full of cleaning products to review and there are so many products that I decided to break it up into two separate posts.

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Cloth Diapers

Storing Dirty Cloth Diapers Until Wash Day

This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog. If you click & buy I may receive a small commission, thank you. I’ve talked about where I keep my clean cloth diapers, but what about the dirty ones? You can’t throw them in the trash or the diaper genie, but it’s not like it was for your Mom or Grandmother. She may have scrubbed cloth diapers in the toilet, then put them in a bucket of water and bleach (you definitely don’t want to soak your cloth diaper in bleach, and we now know that a wet pail can be hazardous to children).

You have a lot of options and I promise your visitors won’t smell your dirty diapers! In fact, I think my house smells better with dirty cloth diapers around than it did with disposables (probably since most of the poop is flushed instead of sitting in a trash can!)

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Cloth Diapers

Where am I Supposed to Keep All This Fluff?

This post was originally published on the Kelly Wels blog If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission. Thank you. When I first switched to cloth, I only had a handful of diapers, and since I was washing constantly, they didn’t sit long before being used again. I didn’t have too much trouble cramming 3 pocket diapers into the small basket that previously held a big stack of sposies and a refill pack of disposable wipes.

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2017 Earth Day Cloth Diaper Discounts & Sales

2017 Earth Day Cloth Diaper Sales

Post contains affiliate links. If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission, thank you. This post will be updated as more information is available on 2017 Earth Day cloth diaper discounts & sales! Check out the 2016 Earth Day cloth diaper sale roundup for an idea of what you might see this year, then read on to check out 2017 Earth Day cloth diaper discounts & sales.

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