Must Have Cloth Diaper Products

Hello Everyone. I hope you all are well.

I am here today to tell you about my go to products when it comes to cloth diapering. All my favorite accessories to deal with  deification and urination. So here it goes…



My list of Must Have Cloth Diapering Products

  1. A good detergent.

    We use MelaPower or Purex Natural Elements, but their are many brands you can use to wash those dirty diapers. Check out Fluff Love and Cloth Diaper Science‘s Facebook page for a great list of good detergents, and which ones to avoid. 

  2. Cloth wipes.

    We use a mix of hand made cloth wipes, and dollar tree baby washcloths, and love them. If you want to see my DIY tutorial on how to make your own cloth wipes you can find that here. You can also find cloth wipes already made.

  3. A good overnight diaper.

    We love Happy Endings overnight diapers, which are AIO (all in ones), and have some great AIO overnight diapers we bought from online co-ops such as Sandy Tush Cloth Buys and More or Crunchy Mamas Cloth Diaper Buys and More on Facebook.

  4. A good diaper pail.

    We use a tall hamper with slats in the sides and lid for airflow and it works perfectly. It is easy to clean and the airflow helps keep the smell controlled.

  5. A few good pail liners/wet bags.

    We love both our Planet Wise pail liners, and the pail liners we bought from the co-ops listed in number 3. We also love out Planet Wise wet bags as well as the wet bags we have bought from the co-ops.

  6. Spray Pal diaper sprayer.

    I was a little wary originally at spending the money on a diaper sprayer but I am so glad I did. Our Spray Pal Diaper Sprayer makes life so much easier.

  7. Spray Pal Diaper sprayer shield.

    I am also so glad I bought the sprayer shield. It helps keep things clean and easy. You can also buy the sprayer and shield together which is a great deal.

  8. Wool Dryer balls.

    I bought our from a co-op but you can also find them on Amazon as well.

  9. Washer balls.

    These are great to help with agitation in the newer washer machines.

  10. A good diaper organization/storage system.

    This is great way to show off those adorable cloth diapers when they are not on your child’s bum, but it is also greats so you are able to quickly find which diaper you need. I use an old library book cart and fabric boxes in our living room where we spend most of our time.

… and one more for good measure if you don’t like touching the mess.

11. Diaper Dawgs.

If you are anything like my husband or older son the thought of touching a dirty diaper makes you a bit queasy then these are the item for you. They would be great for disposables as well if you do both. They guard your fingers when un-stuffing diapers or even just carrying the diaper to the pail.


These are only suggestions of what you need to cloth diaper. You can get by without some of these but they make things so much easier, and I love them.

Do you have any go to products for diapering? Let us know in the comments below!

 

Thank you,

The Momnipresent Mother

6 thoughts on “Must Have Cloth Diaper Products”

    1. Congratulations on your little one. I miss when my little one was that age. He is almost 2 now and into everything. Heheh. That is one thing that is wonderful about cloth diapering. You can switch at any time and it doesn’t necessarily have to be all or nothing. I have seen a few parents who slowly build up their cloth diaper stash and then use the money they ended up saving from not purchasing as many disposables to buy more cloth and build up their stash of cloth diapers. I love Amazon and some great co-ops for buying diapers. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

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