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Development Dads - Backward Compatibility - Infant

Updated on March 7, 2015

Backward Compatibility

Eco Unfriendly

Cloth or disposable? We found it impossible for our conscious to be our guide.

We tried cloth diapers for three days and then went insane. So to keep our sanity, we were absolutely thrilled to return to disposable.

Other than eco related, I am still unable to find one good thing about using cloth diapers. Here are the three decisive things that turned us off.

  • After you change, you have to scrape and then soak. There are definitely inconveniences surrounding soaking, especially when you are away from your home.
  • During application, you have to apply pins. Can you now buy cloth diapers with Velcro tabs attached? That would definitely help.
  • You have to do laundry all of the time.

Please share your thoughts.

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