Disposable vs. cloth diaper
What are the differences between disposable and washable diapers?
What are the differences between disposable and washable diapers in terms of price, use at home when traveling or even at the swimming pool , waste and impact on the health of your baby? What choice of protection will limit the waste produced? Which diaper will allow you to have a simple routine with your children's diapers.
When you search for price differences between disposable and washable diapers online, you will find many items telling you that the using cloth diapers is much cheaper. But it really depends on the brands and types of cloth diapers that you use, because there are also situations where cloth diapers can be as expensive as disposable diapers. So when you calculate the cost of disposable diapers it really depends on three different things, the brand, as it can be a generic store brand or a traditional brand, how long your kid is going to use diapers and how often you change your child's diapers.
In France on average, the classic disposable protective layer costs around 750 to 2500 euros over time, not including cleaning products. Washable diapers can help you save more money, on average they can cost 100 euros, but it can go up to 300-700 euros if you want different prints on the washable diaper, from the choice of absorbent inserts, diapers adjusted to the size of the baby and if you take organic protections. The lot or pack or the washable diaper protection kit with inserts allow you to save money size compared to disposable diapers and move to a zero waste system.
To simplify the use of washable diapers you will need to equip yourself. A good craftsman with good tools!
The main product namely the diaper generally consists of a waterproof panty part, a absorbent insert which can be microfiber bamboo , hemp or cotton and disposable veils. The essential accessories are the classic bag impermeable or to liquids and odors, the diaper bin and the detergent to wash the panties and the inserts in the machine after having soaked them in a water bath to rinse them before washing them. machine washing at 30 ° c. The natural sun is preferred for drying.
With disposable products, there is enormous concern for its environmental impacts. After being thrown away, they end up directly in landfills and can take 200 to 500 years to decompose, leaving a legacy for your children's grandchildren. There are a few organic diapers but are they bio degradable?
Washable diapers you can always wash, clean and reuse, these diapers are much better for the environment nt.
The environmental impact of cloth diapers mainly concerns water and energy. Making cloth diapers requires much less energy and raw materials than disposable diapers. Disposable diapers contain plastic, not to mention chemicals that can irritate your baby's skin. Chemicals are used as moisture absorbers to make disposable diapers. Harmful bacteria can easily breed in disposable diapers than cloth diapers. With several absorbent inserts changed regularly you keep the baby dry. Washable diapers are therefore more comfortable and healthier for babies. The absorbent inserts (bamboo microfiber hemp cotton) are so soft that the baby is very comfortable in his protective panties.
The debate between disposable diapers versus washable diapers is everywhere, it does not mean that you can only choose one type of diaper but you can choose to alternate between these two washable diapers / disposable diapers, for the well being of your child and for your comfort.
You can also find a nice and inexpensive washable diaper by clicking on washable diapers.
The delivery of all types of washable diapers costs zero euros on myorganicstuff, the delivery is free on our whole site.
Discover our zero waste products for babies:
Lot washable zero waste diapers (all types of diapers)
The absorbent bamboo insert pack
The absorbent cotton insert pack
The hemp absorbent insert pack
The disposable veils kit
The waterproof bag