Kelly's Closet is
making cloth diapers
an affordable diapering choice for parents. Many parents think they
have to settle for disposable diapers because of their busy,
on-the-go lifestyle. They can't imagine washing cloth diapers.
With advancements in
cloth diaper designs and cleaning accessories, making
cloth diapers as easy to use as disposable diapers is now
possible. Kelly's Closet also publishes cloth diapering tips and
strategies, making cloth diapers
easy to clean at home with your washing machine and dryer.
What are some of the
accessories making cloth diapers
easy to handle? At Kelly's Closet, there are an assortment of cloth
diapering accessories you can purchase. From cloth wipes to diaper
sprayers to pail liners to wet bags, these accessories were designed
to make cloth diapering easy for parents.
Are you worried about
washing soiled diapers in your washing machine. With a bumGenius,
FuzziBunz or Knickernappies diaper sprayer, you can prep soiled
diapers before they go into the washing machine. A diaper sprayer
hooks up to the toilet in your bathroom. After you have changed your
baby, you can spray the solid waste from the cloth diaper into the
toilet and flush. No need wash cloth diapers containing solids in
your washing machine.
Diaper Pails and Wet
Do you know where to
store soiled diapers after you've changed your baby and removed the
solids? Line a 20 gallon trash bin with a Wahmies, Planet Wise or
bumGenius pail liners. These diaper pail liners keep odors in so you
don't have to smell them throughout the house. If you are a mom and
dad who is always on the go and has there baby in tow, a wet/dry bag
maybe the answer for you. Many wet/dry bags have an easy to use
hands-free, backpack design. These bags are great for storing and
transporting used and unused cloth diapers.
Cloth diapers are the
environmentally friendly choice.
Disposable diapers can
potentially expose your baby to harsh chemicals that can result in
diaper rash. As a parent, you not only want a diaper that treats your
baby's bottom with care, you want a diaper that is good for the
environment. It can take hundreds of years for the typical disposable
diaper to biodegrade in your communities landfill. Soiled disposable
diapers also release harmful chemicals into the water supply. When a
cloth diaper made out of wool, hemp or cotton has reached its
expiration date (often after it's used on multiple babies), the cloth
diaper quickly biodegrades, making
cloth diapers an excellent green choice.
If you are not sure if
cloth diapering is the right choice, contact Kelly's Closet and ask
them how they are making cloth
diapers easy to use for parents.