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Getting Started With Cloth Diapers

Getting started with cloth diapers shouldn't be intimidating. It should be exciting!

So many great things are in store for those who decide to take this journey. With so many options that are cute and simple to use, getting started is easy.

On this page you will find all the information you need, ranging from the types and styles, to how to use and wash your cloth diapers.

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Save Money

Disposable diapers can cost an average of $1,000 per year! Keep that in mind when comparing pricing for cloth diapers, which can be reused until your child no longer needs diapers!

Save the Worries

Remember those chemicals we mentioned? Well they you also want to avoid those touching your babies bottom. Cloth diapers are much gentler on their sensitive skin.

Save the Environment

Loaded with chemicals and plastics, disposable diapers are nowhere near environmentally friendly. Add up the 3,000 diapers a child averages a year and it becomes a big problem.

Types of Cloth Diapers

Nicki's Diapers offers a whole lineup for even the tiniest newborn baby!

With several different types of cloth diapers to choose from, each family is sure to find a cloth diaper that works best for them!

All Nicki's newborn cloth diapers fit babies 5-13lbs

All In One Diapers

All-in-One Cloth Diapers

An easy to use, one-piece cloth diaper, All In One Cloth Diapers have absorbent materials sewn into (or snapped into) a waterproof shell.

Pocket Diapers

Pocket Cloth
Diapers

Soft, very absorbent! Needs a diaper cover to be waterproof

All in Two Cloth Diapers

All-in-Two Cloth Diapers

A diaper cover with snaps on the inside for an insert to snap into. You can reuse the cover and snap-in clean inserts.

Cloth Diaper Covers

Cloth Diaper
Covers

Diaper covers do not have any absorbency but go over the top of what absorbs, making the cloth diaper not leak.

Flat Cloth Diapers

Flat Cloth Diapers

A single large layer of cloth that you fold and use as a diaper. A diaper cover is required if you don't want a wet lap.

Prefold Cloth Diapers

Prefold Cloth Dipaers

A flat diaper that has been folded into layers and sewed it hence the name "prefold.” Though it has the word "prefold,” you will still have to do some minimal folding. A diaper cover is required to make it waterproof.

Fitted Cloth Diapers

Fitted ClothDiapers

A cloth diaper with added elastic, snaps, or hook & loop, and sewing the fabric into a diaper shape.  

How to Clean Cloth Diapers

Learning how to clean cloth diapers is a lot easier than you might think. At its core, washing cloth diapers can be distilled into five quick steps.

How to Clean Cloth Diapers in 5 Steps:

Once you begin using cloth diapers, you’ll find that you will have questions about how to clean cloth diapers. Click here to check out the most frequently asked questions on how to clean cloth diapers now!

  • Dump solids into the toilet and put used diapers into a dry diaper pail (if the baby is solely breastfed, skip this step or use a biodegradable liner and either flush or discard).
  • Coldwater light wash/pre-rinse cycle with no detergent 
  • Hot water wash (highest water level, longer cycle) with detergent
  • Extra rinse cycle at any temp.
  • Tumble or line dry.

Cloth Diaper Fabrics

Here are some additional products from Nicki's Diapers that you and your child will love.

Microfiber Fabric

Microfiber

A budget-friendly absorbent synthetic material that is quick to absorb. This cannot directly touch the baby's skin.

Cotton Flat Diapers

Cotton

A budget-friendly absorbent natural fiber that is quick to absorb.  

Bamboo Flat Diapers

Bamboo

Suitable for heavy wetters, this is a natural absorbent fiber that suits most babies.

Hemp Fabric

Hemp

An ultra-absorbent natural fiber that is slow to absorb. Suitable for overnight and adding additional absorbency to other fabrics.

For a detailed description of all of the pros and cons of each of the different cloth diaper fabrics, click here to check out our cloth diaper fabrics breakdown!

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