Benefits of Cloth Diapering
The average child will need upwards of 7,000 diaper changes before potty trianing. At around 20-30 cents per disposable diaper, families can expect to spend $1,500 or more to diaper their baby. This does not include the cost of wipes and diaper ointments.
In contrast, the average family needs around 30 cloth diapers from birth to potty training. 30 Kinder Diapers will cost around $500. Roughly one third the cost of using disposable diapers.
Cloth diapers can also be used for multiple children. If you're planning on a growing family, the savings continue to multiply.
Disposable diapers can take as many as 500 years to decompose in our landfills. This means that every disposable diaper ever manufactured still exists.
Modern cloth diapers are designed to be washed and reused time and time again, and to last for many years. This allows many families to use the same cloth diapers for multiple children.
There is also a very active pre-loved market for cloth diapers. Families looking to get started at lower costs can purchase second hand cloth diapers — contributing to more enviornmental good.
No Chemicals or Perfumes
Many disposable diapers contain chemicals and perfumes to improve absorbeny and performance. These chemicals and perfumes can cause skin irritation and lead to an increased prevelance of rashes and irritation.
Modern cloth diapers do not contain chemicals or perfumes and many families with babies turn to cloth diapers to help solve persistant rashes and irritation caused by dispaoble diapers. Families that use cloth diapers exclusively often never experience diaper rashes.
Designed to Grow with your Baby
Our Kinder reusable pocket cloth diapers features a new larger fit, with more rise settings, designed to fit babies and toddlers from 7 to 60 pounds or more.
This means you'll be able to wear Kinder both sooner and longer than most other one size pocket diaper brands.