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5 Cloth Diapering Essentials To Get You Started

Cloth Diapering Essentials

Cloth diapering is a great decision. We are going to show you how you can make transitioning into cloth easy. Here is the ultimate list of things you will need to begin your cloth diapering journey.

#1 Cloth Diapers

First, you will need about 15 to 25 cloth diapers.

There are different types of reusable diapers such as All In One Cloth Diapers, All In Two Cloth Diapers, Pocket Diapers, and Cloth Diaper Covers.

All In One Cloth Diapers

All In One Cloth Diapers are great for daytime because they do not require any additional cloth diaper inserts. They are also very customizable diapers and can be converted to overnight cloth diapers by adding additional charcoal bamboo inserts.

All In One Cloth Diapers

All In Two Cloth Diapers

All In Two Cloth Diapers are very easy to use. Just snap-in charcoal bamboo insert to the diaper shell and fasten on your baby. No stuffing required with All In Two Cloth Diapers. Perfect daytime reusable diapers for busy family and for caregivers.

All-in-two Cloth Diapers

Pocket Diapers

Pocket Diapers are great because they have a pocket opening in the back to place cloth diaper insert. Pocket Diapers are very popular because they are easy to care for, dry fast and slim fitting.

Pocket Diapers

Cloth Diaper Covers

Cloth Diaper Covers are the most economical way to diaper. Reuse Cloth Diaper Covers for every 2-3 diaper changes in rotation. Just wipe off the diaper cover and replace with the clean cloth diaper inserts. Easy!

Cloth Diaper Covers

#2 Cloth Diaper Inserts

Add 10-15 cloth diaper inserts to your stash.

Charcoal bamboo inserts are currently most popular choice due to many benefits, such great absorbency, stain resistance and stay-dry feel. The ecoAble Pocket Diapers and All In Two Cloth Diapers already come with one insert. Charcoal bamboo inserts fit well inside All In One Cloth Diapers with pocket - perfect combination for heavy wetters or for overnight use. 

Charcoal Bamboo Inserts

#3 Cloth Diaper Pail

It’s recommended to store soiled reusable diapers in the dry cloth diaper pail. There are few great options.

Hanging Cloth Diaper Pail Wet Bag

A large Hanging Cloth Diaper Pail Wet Bag makes it great to easily store reusable diapers or laundry. The large Hanging Cloth Diaper Pail Wet Bag can fit one full load of diapers. There are 2 long handles to hang or carry around. Perfect for small spaces, bathrooms and traveling.

Hanging Cloth Diaper Pail Wet Bag

Cloth Diaper Pail Liner

The large Cloth Diaper Pail Liner is another option for storing your cloth diapers or laundry. This is very economical way to store reusable diapers because it fits inside standard 13 gallon trash can. We also recommend rotating this Cloth Diaper Pail Liner per every two diaper washing loads.

Cloth Diaper Pail Liner

Small Wet Bag

Small Wet Bags are great for storing dirty cloth diapers on the go. They are small enough to throw in your bag for on the go cloth diapering. Small Wet Bag are also great for storing other items, such as wet swim wear, shoes, dirty clothes, and toiletries.

Cloth Diaper Wet Bag

#4 Cloth Wipes

Cloth Wipes are another great accessory for cloth diapering.

There are ready made Cloth Wipes available on the market or you can make them yourself using materials around the house. Don't forget cloth wipe solution!

Cloth Wipes for Cloth Diapers

#5 Cloth Diaper Safe Cream

Another cloth diapering accessory you're going to need is a Cloth Diaper Safe Cream.

Most over-the-counter creams contain petroleum, which will make cloth diapers leak. Cloth Diaper Safe Creams are made with natural ingredients; smell great and won't ruin your cloth diapers.

Cloth Diaper Safe Cream

What are your cloth diapering essentials? Comment below and share your experience with us.