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Published on April 20th, 2014 | by Emily Loeffelman

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Real Mom Talk: Cloth Diaper Musts

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When I started cloth diapering I wasn't very educated on everything that I would need or the things that would make cloth diapering a little easier to do. I basically started out with diapers, inserts, and a detergent a friend recommended that I buy. Since then I've invested in a few cloth diapering accessories that I love and are super handy to have on hand. Here are a few of my favorites! You can find most of these at www.cottonbabies.com

Diaper Sprayer: A diaper sprayer is a must when it comes to using cloth. It is easy to use and makes rinsing your diapers out SO much easier! I highly recommend one! 

Extra Inserts: Extra inserts are always great to have on hand. It's always nice to have a few extras on hand in your diaper bag. 

Ubbi Diaper Pail and Cloth Liner: The Ubbi Diaper Pail has been one of my favorite diaper accessories. The cloth liner is washable, reusable, waterproof, odor resistant, and the pail is very stylish and compact. The pail also come in a variety of colors making it perfect for any nursery.

Flushable Diaper Liners: These liners made my days and washing 10 times easier. They are safe for your little ones bum and make cleaning a dirty diaper a much easier.  

Wet Bags: These are a must for when you are out and about. You simply place your dirty diapers in these wet bags and throw them in the wash (including wet bag) when you get home. Therefore making errand running and traveling a breeze!  

Flannel Baby Wipes: Flannel baby wipes are a must when you are cloth diapering. Instead of trying to separate disposable wipes from your cloth diaper, it's easier to just wipe your little one with a flannel wipe, stick it in your diaper, and toss it into your diaper pail or wet bag. 

Cloth Friendly Diaper Rash Ointment: Earth Mama Angel Baby Bottom Balm is hands down the best diaper rash ointment for cloth diapers. It's effective on your baby's bum and safe to use with cloth. Be sure to use it with a barrier!

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About the Author

Emily is a Midwest native currently residing in Southern California with her husband who is active duty in the United States Marine Corps and their sweet boy Asher Jude. She currently is a stay at home mama due to her husbands busy military schedule. She enjoys crafting, shopping, and of course blogging on her personal blog Everything Emily. Emily's little guy is the light of her life and she loves sharing tips, tricks, and life experiences with other mamas.



One Response to Real Mom Talk: Cloth Diaper Musts

  1. Jennifer S. says:

    If it is cloth diaper safe ointment, why the need for a liner? I’ve used this recently but didn’t use a liner. Am I going to have issues? Thanks!

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