Top 5 Cloth Diapers

Cloth diapers can be a lot less work than they seem, and what you spend in time you can really make up for in cost. After all, if the average baby uses somewhere in the neighbourhood of 5,000 diapers, you don’t need a math degree to know that all those disposables are going to add up. Factor in an extra kid (or two) and resusable cloth diapers can save you a mountain of cash — and garbage.

It doesn’t have to be all or nothing; many families use cloth diapers during the day but disposables at night. Before you settle on a set, we suggest trying a couple of each brand to see what works best for you. Be sure head to Mommy Gearest for some cloth diapering tips and tricks if you’re a first-timer.

6 responses to “Top 5 Cloth Diapers”

  1. HS says:

    I’m really surprised Lil Helper didn’t make this list- they are by far my favourite! While I am due with my first in the fall, I have many friends already using these diapers and raving about them! The company is based out of Toronto and was started by two aerospace engineers. My favourite type they make is the charcoal bamboo diaper- which comes with two snap-in liners, are incrediably breathable and are highly recommended for babies with sensitive skin and for treating/preventing diaper rash. Best of all the diapers are well made and the company really backs up what they make. I love knowing the company is Canadian and their customer service is amazing if there were any issues or questions (luckily I’ve facing no problems so far!) I have full confidence in using Lil Helpers with my little one this fall! Check out their website, they have a great sense of humour!

  2. Bonnie Johnson says:

    I USED FLANNEL FOR ALL MY DIAPERS IN THE 60’S & 79/ 80’S . CAN’T BELIEVE HOW MUCH PEOPLE SPEND ON DISPOSABLES! AGAIN WITH MY GRANCHILD IN THE 90’S, USED VERY FEW DISPOSABLES ONLY WHEN GOING OUT, FOR CONVENIENCE. CLOTH DIAPERS & BREAST FEEDING WERE THE NORM IN MY HOME!

  3. Christine says:

    Hi,

    I’ve use cloth diapers by Urban Baby Boutique. The are a Canadian company out of Vancouver. I love love their diapers. My baby has never had a rash or leaks in them! And they are great for overnight too!

  4. Kristina says:

    I use Mother-Ease, a Canadian company that manufactures in Ontario – no leaks and no velcro (snaps are better for me) that wreaks everything in the wash

  5. Jenny says:

    Lil Helper are the best cloth diapers I’ve ever tried. I have four little ones, for my oldest I used flannel that I had to fold myself, imagine that! Lil helpers are easy to buy, ship super fast, they fit my chubby baby so well, never a leak, never a rash, and wash up so clean. I’ve tried almost every brand out there, read every review to make sure I was getting the best for my babies, Lil helpers are so rarely mentioned! And made by Canadian men! I highly recommend them.

  6. Avila Rose says:

    Followed this method to potty train my child and now I’m happy to say my son is diaper free both Day and Night for over a week now. This site was a blessing to our family! Take a look at:- OW.LY/ovtt304h0js

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