Bambino Mio Disposable Cloth Diaper Liners, which when used with reusable diapers can increase their absorbency power and usability. These are made from a highly absorbent, lightweight fiber that can absorb multiple times its weight and helps keep your baby clean and fresh all day long. It features a one-way liner that captures moisture but doesn't allow it to seep back into baby's skin. The liners also help in retaining solids and keeping the diaper clean. They're also easy to use and can be washed and dried in a jiffy.
Bottom Line: Stop hugging your Huggies — making the switch from disposable to cloth diapers could save your family a stunning $1,799.09 (or 77%) on diapering a single child.
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Disposable Baby Cloth Diaper, Cloth Diaper Baby, Diaper Cloth
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Truly, there are pros and cons to both disposable and cloth diapers. At the end of the day, it’s important for you to make the right decision for you. But make sure it’s an informed one.
Parents’ decisions about whether to use disposable or cloth diapers are often based on environmental concerns, convenience and cost. But what do cloth diapers really save?