Cloth Diapers are one step I never thought I'd make. I thought "How Disgusting" But since making the switch (almost 2 years ago!!) I'm absolutely loving it. I don't know why I never tried it earlier. Jon had lost his job and that's when we switched because we just didn't know how we were going to afford disposables anymore. So I bought 10 CHEAP, used diapers and we started using them. Not disgusting at all. I'm surprised I ever thought that.
Moo Moo Kow was no exception. We received a White with Pink Snap diaper for review.
Came with 2 microfiber inserts (in diaper) and they included a Hemp diaper as well
Back pocket opening
Newborn setting (I didn't snap down every one, if I would you wouldn't see snaps under there)
Stuffed with Both Microfiber
Both Microfiber and the hemp as a doubler
On Avery's lifelike doll! Smallest rise setting.
On Avery at the largest setting
Overall it was just like any other one size diaper.
The inside is suedecloth, it's very soft to the skin, but isn't absorbent at all. But it helps wick away moisture from baby's skin. So does the microfiber. Avery can't use Microfiber though. I'm glad they included a Hemp insert as well, for all I know the next baby will have a problem with microfiber as well.
They have many colors to choose from. Red, Blue, White with pink or blue snaps, sage, pink, seaspray and more. They come in snap or velcro (hook and loop)
Price: USD $21.90 they are a bit more than the average OS diaper. But still not bad. For a newborn/young infant you need about 30 diapers to wash every 2.5-3 days so even at that price it would be $657 for all the diapers you'd ever need. And you could probably get $10 back each when you're done with them. I love cloth because it has great resale value!
As the child gets older they go down to about 4-5 diapers a day, so you could even sell some of them sooner than the child is potty trained.
$50 a month on disposables times 12 months is $600, times 3 years is $1800. Here you could do a third the cost...
*Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products*