Toddler Tips: The Case For Reusable Diapers
One of the most cringeworthy aspects of being a new parent is the knowledge that, for the foreseeable future, you will be spending a small fortune on disposable diapers. In fact, assuming that the average diaper costs $0.25, and the average baby goes through six to ten diapers per day, many families wind up spending upwards of $900 per year on diapers.
Aside from their economic costs, disposable diapers are also massively wasteful in terms of their environmental impact, as they take approximately 500 years to decompose, contributing to over 6.8 thousand pounds of landfill waste every year in the US alone, according to Environmental Protection Agency data. These enormous economic and environmental costs inspired us to create a better alternative, and the result is our easy-wash, SimpleBeing Reusable Baby Cloth Diapers.
Our diapers provide maximum leak protection, by incorporating snug leg openings and a waterproof cover. The interior of our Reusable Diaper is covered with a breathable lining, to wick moisture away from your baby’s skin and help prevent pesky diaper rash. Our unisex colorways work for any gender, and our hip snaps provide a perfect fit for babies of different sizes, allowing the diaper to grow along with your little one. We invite you to help us save your bank account and save the earth one diaper at a time.