Diapers: Cloth versus Disposable
The average baby uses 8-10 diapers a day. Each year, more than 18 billion diapers went into landfills in America. Cloth diapers are less expensive and reduce the amount of landfill waste. Cloth diapers have been making a comeback. No more safety pins and plastic pants. Today’s diapers are easier to fit, have Velcro or snap closures, and disposable insets. Many are made from eco-friendly fabrics like organic cotton.
To help decide which diaper may be best for your baby, see: Consumer Reports Diaper Buying Guide: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/diapers/buying-guide