THE CHEAPEST WAY TO CLOTH DIAPER!

THE CHEAPEST WAY TO CLOTH DIAPER!

12 Replies to “THE CHEAPEST WAY TO CLOTH DIAPER!”

  1. Wouldn't the shammy towel from Dollar tree work for flats or just an absorbent period cause it's suppose to hold triple it's weight..
    Shammy towel is for drying your car or cleaning spills

  2. Brand new to the clothes diaper idea. I have a grand baby on the way in about 5 months, and will be helping my daughter through this process. We are mainly interested in the money saving prospect of cloth diapers, but are overwhelmed on where to start. Can we do this from day 1? As in a newborn, or is it better to wait til the baby weighs a little more? Lots of questions, please help!

  3. I prefer the All In Two and Prefolds or Flats with Snappi. I don't like the All In One nor the Pocket Diapers, because it's not as clean.

  4. I love your videos they are always super informative! I don't know if you were affected by the new monetization threshold. I really hope you weren't BUT because of it I've been trying really hard to search out the smaller channels and support them more. Again I really like you diaper videos and hope your well!

  5. if you have a five gallon bucket and a clean toilet plunger and a bit of detergent and vinegar…. soaking them in really hot water for half and hour helps.

  6. we just got four econobum covers bc of the affordability. please tell me that they are decent covers… 😐

  7. I love this video… you are straight to the point and clear and not going on and on about one thing unlike so many other videos. Thank youuuu!

  8. Where did you get and what brand is that bamboo trifold with the stay dry that you showed at 2 minutes in?!

  9. I find flats so fascinating…it's like diaper origami! I haven't been brave enough to try them yet (I like the simplicity of my prefolds), but I think it's so cool how they are so affordable and customizable. 🙂

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