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  1. #31
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    Thanks for reviving this thread craftistas...

    I had been meaning to post this for a while:

    Dollars & Sense

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    The Health Issues

    Of course, they don;t really do a good analysis of the bleach people use to wash cloth diapers but still ...

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  3. #32
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    This is good stuff!

    But, honestly, I'd hope that not too many people would use bleach on the diapers. I'm guessing if you treat it quickly enough, stains aren't really as likely to occur. And certain fabrics obviously don't stain as much. So I'd hope there wouldn't be too much bleaching of cloth diapers.

    I feel like such a geek for getting into this stuff, not planning on having kids for at least another fifteen years, if at all. But still, I love the reasons behind all of it.

  4. #33
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    but really, they're DIAPERS - they're gonna have stains, aren't they?!? if i used them, i would obsess about stains. but with two in diapers and 19 months apart at that, i've gotta go the convenience route. in a perfect world i would have gone cloth with a service.

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    Wow, I didn't expect this many replies! I love the advice (from pro AND con sides) and have gained lots of online references. So thanks a bunch everyone!

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    I have a 1 1/2 year old and use mostly cloth diapers, except when we're out for long periods of time. Onr of the best pieces of advice I was given regarding cloth diapers was to use a 5 gallon hardware store bucket with a lid for a diaper bucket. It has a handle, whereas I've yet to see an authentic diaper pail with a handle. When it's full, it's heavy as all get out and every couple of days you have to carry it to the washer. Having a handle has been a lifesaver for me.


 
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