Saturday, February 25, 2017

Common Objections to Washable Diapers for Babies and their Solutions

A shift from using disposable diapers to cloth diapers of one size fits all type for your baby is a major decision for any parent. And while this decision has a lot of advantages and proves to be beneficial for your baby’s skin, there are still common misconceptions about diapers that often deters parents from making the change.

Here are a few common objections from parents when asked to make the change from disposable diapers to cloth diapers. 

     1.       It is too Messy!
Now, let us be real. For the mothers of newborns, dealing with stool becomes a part of their routine life just as walking, talking, breathing, and sleeping. But not many mothers know that the stool of breast-fed babies is water soluble. This means you can simply wash dirty diapers in the laundry.

When a toddler makes a stool, you simply have to throw out the stool before laundering the diapers. This is actually a lot cleaner and simpler than it sounds. There are many diaper sprayers that can easily clean stool from the toilet.  Diaper services can also offer simple solutions to washing dirty reusable cloth diapers.

2.       It is too Difficult
Cloth diapers of today’s time are so well designed and easy to use.  You don’t need to pin your diaper every time you change your baby.  Cloth diapers of one size fits all type and pocket styles are just as easy as using the disposable ones, if not more.  One size fits all pocket type cloth diapers are a wonderful invention to reduce the diaper changing process time to seconds. 

3.       It is too Expensive
This is obviously a joke. Let me explain it to you very simply. Imagine you buy cloth diapers in wholesale, especially in a one size fits all type. This means you can use and re-use them from your when your baby is a newborn until it’s time to potty train him/her.  Now if you would be using disposable diapers, you would need to buy hundreds of diapers until your baby is ready for potty training.  Do the math yourself!

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