Archive | March, 2014

My Three Favorite Homemade Wipes Solution Recipes!

March 31, 2014

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I often suggest that to make cloth diapering successful, you need to keep things as simple as possible. For me…keeping it simple means I use a concentrate like Lusa Baby Wipe Juice, mix it with water and add to a spray bottle. Viola! I have wipes solution! But I know lots of people want to make […]

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Hard Water Washing Woes? Have you tried Calgon?

March 27, 2014

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They say one of the first steps is admitting you have a problem… Well… I have hard water. Do you? What is hard water anyway? How do you know you have it? Wikipedia states that approximately 85% of the households in the United States have hard water. Hard water just means that it has high […]

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My New Favorite Mid-Priced All in One! Imagine Bamboo AIO {Review and Giveaway}

March 24, 2014

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I have to tell you…I was very pleasantly surprised by how much I liked Imagine’s Bamboo All in One diaper. I think I may have a new favorite mid-range priced cloth diaper now! Kate at The Joyful Giraffe recently started carrying Imagine Baby Products and is so excited about it. She sent me an Imagine Bamboo […]

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Cloth Wipes? Yes… You Should! Side-by-Side Comparison of 4 Brands

March 20, 2014

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I’ve said it before and I will say it again. If you use cloth diapers…cloth wipes are just a natural extension of that. You already have a place to throw the used ones. You already have a way to wash them. You buy these once (or you can make your own) and they can go […]

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Cloth Diaper Safe Diaper Rash Creams UPDATED AGAIN!

March 17, 2014

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Cloth Diaper Safe Rash Creams Updated is one of All About Cloth Diapers highest read posts. The last time it was updated was back in 2012! Let’s see what has changed in the meantime. Autumn made a great point in her update. Be sure you clear up the underlying problem first; otherwise the rash may keep […]

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Wipes Solution or no Wipes Solution…or maybe just use Water???

March 14, 2014

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I do love a good wipes solution. It’s because I love using cloth wipes. If I use cloth diapers, cloth wipes just seem like a natural extension. I know that some find disposable wipes to be so much more convenient to use…I am looking at you Autumn, lol…but I don’t really find that the case for […]

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A Few Tips on Sewing Your Own Cloth Diapers from Babyville Boutique {Plus HUGE Giveaway!}

March 12, 2014

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You want to sew your own cloth diapers? That’s awesome! I want to help, I really do…but I cannot even get a button sewn on right! So I enlisted a little help from someone that actually knows what they are doing to give you a few great tips and get you started off in the right […]

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5 Simple Steps That Can Help to PREVENT Ammonia Issues

March 10, 2014

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People are always asking what to do about ammonia problems. You know… that stink that burns your eyes! The little red bum that breaks your heart to see! I myself struggled with ammonia for a while. Like anything, it is super frustrating to see your little baby in any pain at all, even just a rash. […]

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Swaddlebees Simplex 2.0 All in One Long Term Test Drive {review}

March 7, 2014

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Last month I wrote about my experience with our GroVia cloth diapers after a year of use. I got a lot of positive feedback from people who wanted to see more reviews of well-loved fluff. This type of review gives you an idea of what you can expect from a cloth diaper down the road. Please […]

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7…Make That 5 Things I Wish I Knew About Cloth Diapers

March 5, 2014

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In June 2012, I published what would come to be one of the most highly viewed and shared posts on All About Cloth Diapers. 7 Things I Wish I Knew About Cloth Diapers summed up what I felt were the seven basic necessities every beginner could start with and be successful. All are still valid […]

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