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    A very quick introduction to the different types of cloth diapers.

    • All-in-One
    • Absorbent part sewn into diaper
    • All one part, does not separate
    • Does not require a cover
    • Pocket Diaper
    • Pocket in the back
    • Inserts need to be "stuffed" before use and removed before washing
    • No separate cover required
    • All-in-two
    • Absorbent inserts are laid or snapped into a waterproof shell
    • Need only change the inserts when wet
    • “Hybrid” AI2 systems have the option of a disposable insert
    • Fitted Diaper
    • Made entirely of absorbent material
    • Great for overnight or heavy wetters
    • Closes with snaps or Velcro
    • Requires a waterproof cover
    • Prefold
    • Very inexpensive cloth diapering option
    • Change only the prefold unless the cover is dirty
    • Trifold or apply with pins or a snappi
    • Flat
    • Requires folding, least expensive diapering option
    • Easily hand washed

    Cloth Diaper Care

    • Use any detergent that is free of softeners
    • Cold rinse cycle
    • Hot wash with normal amount of detergent for load size, second rinse
    • Hang dry or dry in dryer

    How Many Diapers do I Need?

    It really depends on how often your baby pees. Here are some good guidelines if you’re planning to wash every other day:

    Newborn – 3 Months: 28-30 Diapers

    3 Months +: 20-25 Diapers