Change-Diapers received products to review. If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you! All opinions are our own. Diaper Junction sent us the Diaper Rite AIO to review which my 3-year-old was happy to do. While we are actively trying to be diaper free with him, there are times we do still use our diapers.
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.
Katie received a sprayer free to review. If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Every cloth diapering parent has a different answer when asked what their “must have” diaper accessory is. For me, I always answer with “diaper sprayer.” After cloth diapering two kids in a total of about five years, I have really appreciated having a diaper sprayer. My husband made us a homemade diaper sprayer and that worked pretty well for us but when Kleppo asked if we wanted to review their sprayer, I was excited to try it.
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. When I began cloth diapering more than 7 years ago, I was overwhelmed by all of the accessories I “needed” to have. Wet bags and liners and sprayers, oh my! How would I know which to choose, which I needed now, which could wait, and how would I pay for it all?
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