Cotton Cloth Diapers
If you are using cotton cloth diapers for the first time you may be having a difficult time finding a diaper to fit your baby. Newborn babies are difficult to fit in cloth diapers and once you find a brand that does fit, you buy one and can't find them anymore. Kelly's Closet stocks hundreds of cloth diapers in some of the most popular brands for newborns including Rumparooz, bumGenius and FuzziBunz. You'll also find all the information you need to know about cloth diapers at Kelly's Closet.
Kelly's Closet is an online baby diaper boutique that specializes in cotton cloth diapers. Kelly's Closet is committed to providing high quality products and superior customer service unmatched in the cloth diaper industry. Kelly Wels started the website as a baby boutique. When her cloth diaper products became popular, she revamped her business model and focused more on selling cloth diaper products. The website is full of information on the use of cloth diapers. The ClothDiaperWhisper.com is a blog about cloth diapers. Parents and cloth diaper experts can comment and join the conversation to ask questions, get information and connect with other cloth diapering parents. Don't worry if you have never used cloth diapers before. First time users can read articles, product reviews and more on Kelly's Closet. You can also write to Wels and other cloth diapering parents asking questions about cloth diapering.
First Time Users
For first time users of cotton cloth diapers, it is highly recommended that you sample a few different styles of baby diaper before settling on which one you will use for your baby. Every baby is different and every baby has different diapering needs. To figure out which type of diaper is best for your baby, build you own sample back at Kelly's Closet. Kelly's Closet offers a “Wee Guarantee” that allows you the opportunity to try cloth diapers with a 30-day moneyback gurantee.
There are four main types of cotton cloth diapers. All-in-one diapers are the most leak proof diaper and have a built-in diaper cover sewn into the cotton or fleece layer. Fitted or contoured diapers are made with snaps or hook and loop closures and must be accompanied by a separate diaper cover. These diapers tend to dry faster than the All-in-ones. A third type of cotton cloth diapers are the prefold and flat diapers. These diapers require the most practice in using. Learning to fold and pin these diapers can take some time. Prefold and flat diapers are not only great for diapering your baby, but they make convenient burp cloths, dust rags and hand towels as well. Lastly, pocket diapers are a type of cloth diaper designed to keep your baby dry and comfortable. Cotton cloth diapers help prevent diaper rash and chaffing.