Cheapest Cloth Diapers
Even the cheapest cloth diapers are better than the best disposables. Disposable diapers are flimsy and full of chemicals that I prefer not to have touching my baby's skin. They leak and they have a funny chemical smell and I hate the idea of them sitting in a landfill for decades.
Cloth diapers are so much better for my daughter's skin and they look adorable. They are so much easier to use and to clean than most people think. Some of my favorite types of cloth diapers are pocket diapers such as HuggaBuns, Blueberry, and Peachy Keen and fitted diapers, such as Nifty Nappy and Cuddlebuns. They may not be the cheapest cloth diapers in the market but any of these with a wool cover like a Nifty Nappy Woolie Wrap, longies, or a Disansa cover virtually guarantee a positive cloth diapering experience.
I use cloth diapers because they are better for the environment and I believe that they are better for my baby's skin. They contain leaks better than disposables, they're adorable, and they save money.
From the Webmaster:
For what it's worth, what appeared to be high end brands on the front end are often found to have been the least expensive because of their lengthy performance.
The ones that come out of the wash looking good time after time, are nicely fitted and contain those leaks are worth every penny and are cheaper over the long haul.
And there is no better way to form an opinion on the various brands than by winning some free diaper samples. And after all aren't the cheapest cloth diapers FREE cloth diapers? Kudos, Amy, for being a frugal, savvy mom and the best of luck in winning some free baby diapers!