Why Should I Buy Cloth Diapers?
Reusable cloth diapers are much more comfortable to wear! Wrap your baby in luxury with soft and cozy natural cotton blends and modern stay-dry micro fleece. Sea Pea Diapers are designed for easy use and even easier clean up in the comfort of your own home. On top of everything, they are environmentally friendly!
Economical – Read More
As a newborn, your little one will go through one diaper every two hours. In the first three months, you will spend an upwards of $400 on one use diapers. That’s a lot of money going right into the trash. 23 Sweet Pea Diapers would run you about $299, so in the first three months you can easily see where you are saving your money.
By 3 months you would already be changing your child about 8x a day. To put it in perspective, if you do potty train your child by the time they are 2 you have already gone through about $2500 in diapers. For Smart Bottoms products at this point you would of spent anywhere from $350 to $1000 depending on the size you want and the normal wear/tear of the reusable covers. Who knows, you may still have our products for your next little angel.
No Toxins – Read More
Babies have very gentle skin and we don’t want them to have bleached paper rubbing up against them. There are several different chemicals that are in disposable diapers, such as, Dioxin, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene, and dipentene. All these volatile organic compounds (VOCs) have been shown to have toxic health effects such as cancer and brain damage with long term or high level exposure.
Fewer Rashes – Read More
There’s not much worse than when your baby has a rash on his or her poor little bum. It’s uncomfortable and irritating. The great thing about cloth diapers is you can tell when the diaper is wet with certainty and parents tend to change their baby more often this way instead of letting their baby sit in a wet diaper for a period of time. Cloth diapers don’t have irritants that disposable diapers have which ends up alleviating a lot of stress for you and your little ones soft skin.
Less Leaks – Read More
Babies who wear cloth diapers with snaps and elastics will have less leaking and blowouts. Many frustrations with disposable diapers are that they don’t keep messes in at all and in turn make a mess out of the babies’ outfits. With reusable diapers, all you have to do is a do an extra load of cloth diapers every few days to spare your babies’ clothes!
Environmental Impact – Read More
18 billion disposable diapers are thrown into landfills each year, taking as many as 500 years to decompose. Disposable diapers make up the third largest source of solid waste in landfills. That’s a lot of diapers! If you want to lessen your impact on the landfills, then you should definitely consider cloth diapers.
Getting started? You’ll need a few items and here is what we recommend:
- 24 to 36 cloth diapers (Pockets, AIO and/or Covers)
- 36 to 48 prefolds or flats
- 12 to 24 bamboo inserts. (More if your child is a heavy wetter)
- 1 diaper pail and 1-2 pail liners.
- 2 to 3 dozen cloth diaper wipes.
- 2 to 3 wet bags