Lets Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019

                  Let's Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019

Diapering Myth #1: Cloth Diapering is Complicated

Cloth diapering is easier now than ever.  There are really no right or wrong ways to do it.  As long as baby ends up inside the diaper and is completely enclosed by a waterproof cover of your choice you have mission accomplished! Newer cloth diapering 'technology' makes One-Size Pocket diapers, All-in-one diapers, and Hybrid Diapers as simple as using disposables-really. You just need a friend (or helpful and eager store owner!) to show you the basics of getting started with whichever style best suits your family.
Let's Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019
Let's Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019

Diapering Myth #2: Cloth Diapers are Unsanitary

The save schedule with things are diapers, just sanitary rather than disposable diapers. Ah, but you say, "When that poppy is off, I can just slip it away - no?". While this is true, it does not lapse, the question that slides does not just disappear. Thrown diapers will not disappear! On the contrary, waste left in disposable diapers, including feces and bacteria in the feces, is not treated and killed, men are left to sit in landfills and contaminate our soil and air for centuries (like 400 years) in the future. When you throw away a valuable waste, you actually put biohazardous waste into an urban landfill, which may be contrary to your local regulations. Yes, we know almost everyone who uses disposable diapers to add poopy diapers to the landfill. Waste from cloth diapers Enter this local sewerage system as waste from the toilet and is then treated by you or by a sanitary procedure.

Diapering Myth #3: Cloth Diapers need to be Toilet Dunked

Cloth diapers do not need to be equipped with toilets, this is a thing of the past! Exclusively breastfeeding infants are water-soluble and do not require any special care. The use of flushable diaper liner and a diaper sprayer for stowed older children will work wonders for transferring a poop to the toilet without getting deeper into your elbow. Before washing the diaper load in hot water, consider pre-washing the cooler in the washing machine.

Diapering Myth #4: Cloth Diapers Require Chlorine Bleach

Although some people do choose to periodically bleach their diapers, it is definitely not a requirement, in fact, it may be more harmful to the fibers of your cloth diapers (why buy organic and then bleach it?) and to your baby's delicate skin if any residue is left behind. Ask yourself why you feel the need to bleach- is it for sanitization? Odor? Staining? Modern washing machines and good detergent will clean your diapers well on an everyday basis.  Some families choose to use an oxygen-based bleach or more natural remedies for periodic stain removal and/or sanitizing. 
 Let's Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019
Let's Dispel a Few Cloth Diapering Myths 2019

Diapering Myth #5: Cloth Diapers Can't be Cleaned at Home

While a Laundry Service would be convenient, cloth diapers are easily cleaned in your home washing machine. Recent statistics show that the manufacturing and use of commercial disposable diapers waste 2.3 more times water than using cloth diapers. 

Diapering Myth #6: It is Normal for Babies to get Diaper Rash

Diaper rash is far from normal.  Diaper rash is evidence that something is wrong. There are several reasons why rash may be happening with commercial disposables, but if you having trouble with rashes while using cloth there are a few things to consider:  is your baby sensitive to your detergent, or enzymes in your cleansers, or creams and lotions you have been using?  Has your baby recently been on antibiotics and susceptible to a yeast infection?  Has your baby been wearing non-breathable pants and developing a heat rash? 

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