Cloth Diaper FAQ

Cloth diapering, does it really save you money? 
 Yes, cloth diapering really DOES save money but it's initial investment, instead of draining your pocket over the course of 2.5-3 years. On average, the cost of diapering a baby with DISPOSABLE will cost a parent on average $2000 for 2.5 - 3 years of diapering.

How many cloth diapers do you need? 18-24 diapers.
Starting at the newborn stage you'll want to have at
least 24 diapers if you wash every other day! (i.e 6-8 NB all in two covers, + 12 snap-in inserts + 6 newborn hybrid fitteds) After the newborn cloth diaper stage you can move onto 6-8 One Size "Conversatile" covers with M/L snap in inserts! 
Our XS inserts snap to our M/L inserts to offer maximum absorbency as baby grows! You can even adjust the size with the two snapped together.

How does your One Size, 4 step rise work?
Adjust rise as needed. Should fit approximately 8-35lbs
Step 1 (Umbicord dip)

Step 2 (Small) 

Step 3 (Medium)

Step 4 (Large)

What fabrics do you use for your cloth diapers? 
  • All of our inserts  are made from 55% hemp & 45% organic cotton & topped with cotton velour.
  •  Our "Conversatile" OS covers and newborn All in two are made from waterproof  PUL lined with microfleece. Our PUL is made in the USA and we buy our microfleece from a USA supplier.
  • Our "Trio-color" fitted diapers are made from 55% hemp/45% organic cotton & hand dyed.
  • All of our fabrics are CPSIA compliant.
  • Our plastic snaps are tested and pass for the OEKO-TEX standard 100.
  • Hybrid fitted diapers have hidden polyester fleece, cotton/lycra or cotton interlock outer, & bamboo knit inner.