Why Switch to or Start Using FuzziBunz Cloth Diapers?
It's easier than you think.
Parents are changing the way they think about cloth diapers. Why? Because the notion that they are cumbersome, difficult and hard to clean are concepts of the past. With snaps, elastic and fleece linings, cloth diapers are just as easy to use as disposable diapers and clean up is a breeze. No more swishing, dunking or bleaching. Just wash, wear, repeat.
Cloth diapers are the sustainable choice.
One baby can generate up to 1 TON of waste into our landfills by using disposable diapers. 1 disposable takes 500 years to decompose. If your role you play in the environment is important to both you and your children (and their children's children) then using cloth diapers makes sense. They are truly the more sustainable choice.
Paper, plastic and polyacrylate next to your baby's skin for 3 years sounds healthy right? Yeah, we didn't think so either. Cloth diapers allow the skin to breath, wetness is absorbed by natural fibers instead of chemicals and they tend to get changed more frequently than disposables. We will let you decide which choice is healthier for your baby's skin.
Your baby's comfort.
Aside from the health benefits of less diaper rash, breathability and being chemical free, cloth diapers are simply more comfortable on your baby's bottom. What is more comfortable against your skin? A disposable sanitary pad that has been on too long or a nice pair of cotton undies? Exactly.
You'll love the styles!
No one can deny the "cute" factor when it comes to cloth diapers. Cloth diapers are following the modern trends in baby fashion and becoming a fashion accessory rather than a necessity. Be careful...cloth diaper addiction is a real thing!
Throughout one baby's diapering career a family will spend between $2500 - $3000 on disposable diapers and disposable diapering products. You can diaper your baby fully for an investment of under $300! If you choose a brand of cloth diapers that have replacement parts (shameless plug for our Adjustable diapers) then you can extend the lifetime of that investment for future children saving even more money.