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Published on July 30th, 2014 | by Brittney French


Thursday Giveaway: Ease into Econobum

10992So you want to start cloth diapering, but don’t know where to begin? We understand — especially since there are so many different cloth diapering options available today. So many that it can even get overwhelming when it comes to actually finding something that will work for you.

With Econobum, you can eliminate any cloth diaper confusion.  It is our most economical system and a lot of families tend use it as a gateway system. Econobum features a one-size diaper cover that’s compatible with high-quality prefolds made with 100% unbleached cotton. It’s the easiest way to try cloth diapers and allows many parents to diaper their baby from birth to potty training for under $100.

For this week’s giveaway, we’re going to help three families ease into cloth diapers with Econobum. Each winner will receive an Econobum Trial Kit or an Econobum Newborn Cover

To enter, tell us why you want (or wanted) to try cloth diapers and what's the easiest way to get started. 

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PS: If you need more help learning about cloth diapers, click here.

Eligible entries must be posted no later than midnight Eastern time, Wednesday, August 6, 2014. U.S. residents only. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary to win. Winners will be drawn after the close of the contest and notified via email. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. All prizes must be claimed within 30 days of end of giveaway.

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About the Author

Brittney is a social media coordinator for Cotton Babies. She has three sisters, loves pizza and enjoys listening to obscure bands no one has heard of. Outside of posting on the Cotton Babies Facebook page, she babysits a few cloth diaper-wearing kids and cheers for her favorite sports team.

97 Responses to Thursday Giveaway: Ease into Econobum

  1. Kelly says:

    I want to save money and be kinder to our environment.

  2. Holli G. says:

    I think finding a friend who also cloth diapers. Friends are so helpful!!

  3. Jamie says:

    I’m wanting to try cloth to save money, and be a safer option for my kids. Hoping to start a stash

  4. Mesha C says:

    To save money, help the environment, and they are so darn cute!

  5. Tricia says:

    I think they are super cute and also save $. And on top of that, it’s good to know that there will be one less diaper hurting the earth.

  6. Miriam Matheny says:

    I first got interested when learning how to reduce our footprint on the earth. The more I’ve learned about the chemicals in disposables and the perk of saving some money I have really fallen in love with it. I would much rather support small business and work at home moms over giant corporations with our hard earned dollars.

  7. Carissa Joslyn says:

    I originally started cloth diapering to save money, but it quickly turned to do it to help the environment and use less chemicals! it snow balled into a big thing where we are on a straight path to going green!

  8. Cloth diapers are so much cheaper in the long run than disposables…and better for the environment! :)

  9. Jenny Krout says:

    I started to save money! And the prints are so cute.

  10. Jutta P. says:

    We were attracted to cloth for the money savings!

  11. katherine says:

    I wanted cloth diapers to save money

  12. Christain says:

    Save money, better for baby! i can’t wait to cloth my new little on the way!

  13. Ashley F says:

    We love cloth because it’s economical and earth friendly. I would love to use cloth from birth with our next baby.

  14. Michaele h says:

    To save money!

  15. Stacy Renee says:

    I want to cloth diaper to save money, save the environment, and cut back on chemicals.

  16. Sarah says:

    We wanted to try cloth diapers to save money and create less waste.

  17. amy acevedo says:

    I was first intrigued by the cost saving and then got sucked in by the cuteness.

  18. Allie says:

    I honestly love how cute they are and how much money you can save!

  19. Ashley says:

    I’d love to cloth diaper a newborn!

  20. chris brown says:

    I like that the cloth diapers hold in the smell and mess better than disposables, and they are the only diapers that can soak up all my heavy wetter dishes out at night.

  21. Save money, help environment, be cute!

  22. Joelle S. says:

    We needed to save money and cloth seemed like the most logical option.

  23. Marian F says:

    I started cloth diapering because it was a better for my baby and is was saving us money.

  24. Lizi says:

    I wanted to save money

  25. Valerie S says:

    To save $$$

  26. Emily says:

    I wanted to Cloth diaper to save money!

  27. amanda w says:

    I want to take care of the environment firstly, and save a little money to boot.

  28. Ashley B. says:

    I started with cloth diapers for our babe because there were so many positive things about it! Better for the environment, convenient to always have diapers at the house, perfect for frugal parents and healthier for my babes skin! We love them!

  29. Katie F says:

    We started cloth diapering because we wanted to keep chemicals off our baby’s bottoms and because we needed to save money.

  30. Rachel R. says:

    Better for environment, baby, and the wallet!

  31. Martha England says:

    I wanted to because it eliminated the chemicals and because they just seemed more comfortable. Not to mention waaaaaay cuter!!!

  32. sharon b says:

    i wanted to save money and still do. i liked how cloth diapers could be used on multiple children versus one time use. i will be having my second son and look forward to using my older son’s diapers on him knowing that i already made the investment and don’t have to buy more diapers if i don’t have the money too even though it is fun to buy diapers. winning is the best though.

  33. Jennifer D. says:

    To save money, and because it’s better for baby.

  34. Vicki H says:

    We wanted to save money and be more eco friendly.

  35. Vivian Sun says:

    Mainly to save money!! I started my daughter on CD at 6-7 months old.

  36. Ashley says:

    To save money!

  37. Julie Ghrist says:

    I wanted to try to save money!

  38. jodi armstrong says:

    I knew i didn’t want to use disposables & all the waste & chemicals….who knew there were so many cloth options these days :)

  39. Theresa L says:

    I started CD’ing to save money (and it’s gotten me to be & save green in so many other ways too)

  40. Beki Lozano says:

    i wanted to try them because they were much better for my babies health and much more softer then the others

  41. Charisma says:

    I wanted to save money and I saw how adorable and soft cloth diapers were

  42. mckmnm says:

    we wanted to save money so we switched to cd’s

  43. michelle says:

    Wanted to save money. Just do it. It is easier to deal with if you commit and don’t give yourself another option (we have never purchased disposable diapers).

  44. Destiny B says:

    I started using cloth with my second and last child because I wanted to save money and the environment…and they’re soooo cute!!

  45. christine k says:

    I wanted to try them to be gentler on the environment and my children. I don’t need these, but I would give these to my expecting friend if I won. :)

  46. Jaime S says:

    I hate the idea of how much trash disposables create.Plus, the cloth is so cute!

  47. We started because of the savings and then fell in love with how cute they are :-)

  48. Lindsay H says:

    I love that it saves money and reduces waste. And it turns out cloth gives my son less diaper rash!

  49. amanda says:

    Interested in trying for the future

  50. Erin B. says:

    I started using cloth to save money!

  51. Candy t says:

    We started to save but hung around for the ease and cute butt :)

  52. Hey nice article.
    I really feel that opting cloth diapers can be a very good choice. Cloth diapers have proven to be cost effective, avoids bum rashes and it can be easily reused. I recently bought cloth diapers from and I think they are very good because my baby is always happy in it.

  53. Nicole Bermudez says:

    I wanted to try cloth diapering to save money but I’m too addicted to stop.

  54. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I wanted to try cloth to save money!

  55. eva schrader says:

    I wanted to help save money for my family since Im a stay at home mom. I love that I can wash a diaper instead of throwing it in the trash.

  56. Catherine BWt says:

    We were broke

  57. Emily Hudak says:

    I’d love to win these for the basic way of diapering!

  58. Shannon says:

    I wanted to cloth diaper to save money, reduce trash, and to have some cute fluff on those baby buns. You just can’t beat cloth!

  59. Lara says:

    $ is tight with a daughter (1yo) and grandson (5mo) in diapers… cloth is friendly!

  60. Annie Cernohous says:

    I wanted to save money and never run out of diapers; and the fact that cloth is better for my babies and the planet is a huge bonus! :)

  61. Bree says:

    I really wanted to save money and then I discovered they work way better at containing ebf poop than any disposable I tried!

  62. Jennifer says:

    i hate all the chemicals in everything these days. this was my way of drastically reducing the number of toxins my babies were/are exposed to!

  63. Christin says:

    I am passionate about the health of my children, the earth, and my budget. That’s why I chose cloth diapering

  64. Rachel Smith says:

    I wanted to try cloth diapers because I wanted to keep chemicals off my baby. I am also concerned about the environmental impact of disposables.

  65. Cecilia B says:

    I wanted to save money and I was sick of hauling out a garbage bag full of stinky diapers every few days.

  66. stephanie says:

    I new to cloth diapering and would like to add these to my stash!

  67. Faaryn says:

    I wanted to cloth to save money and I hate the smell of disposables! We started with flats and Flip covers! With our new little one on the way we will do cloth at the hospital with Econobum newborn covers and flats or prefolds :)

  68. Tara says:

    I wanted to start cloth diapering mostly to save money on diapering my third child. However, I got addicted to the cuteness factor and would do it even if it didn’t save money.

  69. Laura says:

    Love Cotton Babies, but have never used Econobum. Have wanted to try one lately.

  70. Anne Perry says:

    I started using cloth 4 years ago with my 1st son. I was shocked to see a million silicone balls on his bottom.

  71. Rachael K says:

    my first babe was soooo sensitive to everything, but I was way too overwhelmed to try cloth. Now we’re stoked to give it a try with the next little coming in a few weeks!

  72. Kate says:

    I really need these. My stash is not enough to go 1 day with washing.

  73. Amy says:

    To save money and help the environment.

  74. jilliann m says:

    I wanted to save money!

  75. Teresa Beeler says:

    I originally wanted to try because of the money-saving. To get started, just jump in and buy a few. Even if you only use 3-4 cloth a day and the rest disposable, it still makes a big difference Pretty soon, you’ll be all cloth.

  76. Sheridan says:

    I want to try cloth diapering my next baby as a newborn because I love cloth diapering my 6 month old!

  77. Jessie H says:

    My first baby is due Aug. 8th and I want to try cloth for their affordability and know that I’m contributing less trash to a landfill. Some freebies would be and easy way to help.

  78. Laura Barlow says:

    I wanted to cloth diaper my baby to save money, and I feel like it’s healthier. I didn’t like the weird gel things the disposables left on my baby’s bum. The easiest way to get started is probably with flats and covers and try a few different styles of AIO to see what you like and what works for you.

  79. Bri Sherman says:

    I really want to try cloth because of the cost savings. I do NOT want to shell out all that money for disposables when they are bad for my baby and the earth to begin with!

  80. Caitlin says:

    I want to try cloth diapers when my girl gets here in September for a variety of reasons – less garbage, never running out, and the possibility that she will inherit my ultra sensitive skin.

  81. Marylynn says:

    I wanted to try cloth diapers because they were economical and better for my baby’s skin.

  82. Nicole says:

    I wanted to try cloth diapers to try a safer alternative to those yuck-o plastic disposables. Seems silly to just literally throw money away. We love Econobum cloth diapers!

  83. Mary Beth Beasley says:

    I wanted to reduce our waste footprint

  84. Nisa says:

    because I knew I would save money, that it was most natural for my babies bum, and because why not!

  85. Emily Nielsen says:

    I wanted to save money and take care of the environment.

  86. Stephanie says:

    I like to save money :)

  87. Bianca Munoz says:

    I wanted to start cloth diapering because it looked fun and wanted to save money on buying disposables.
    Best way to start for us bst swap groups and awesome friends we sent me a couple diapers to get me started.

  88. Jana says:

    I want to try them mostly because of the money it will save me

  89. Liz says:

    I started using cloth because it was far more convenient to just wash my diapers at home than try to get everything put together to go to the store for more disposables. Plus, it saves us a ton of money!

  90. Stephanie Craig says:

    Love cloth diapers to save money and save disposables from the landfill :)

  91. Katelyn says:

    Better for babies but, cheaper, and less waste. All wins.

  92. Andy Reynolds says:

    I want to start cloth diapering because it’s economical and they look so cute in their diapers!

  93. Mary says:

    I was tired of disposable blowouts and cloth diapers are so much cuter!

  94. Cheri P says:

    to save money!

  95. Maria says:

    The reason I finally switched is because my son’s sensitive skin couldn’t handle disposable diapers.

  96. Lisa Vivian says:

    I want to try cloth diapering because I’m sick of diaper rash and loads of trash in the landfill! And because it’s not going to break the bank, I want to start simple, with the Econobum!

  97. Christie says:

    I would love to add more cloth to my small stash.

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