What Was All The Fuss About? All About Cloth Diapers Most Popular Posts

December 30, 2014

Cloth Diapers, How-to

I’m really excited to share this with ya’ll. For me, it’s cool to see what people are interested in and read the most. Thanks to Facebook, the first two posts shot to cloth diaper fame quickly. The first one because I shared an absolutely gross picture of a glob of something I found in my washing machine. It seems to have inspired a few of you to clean your washers as well! I’m wondering if anyone found any goodies as disgusting as what I found in mine. I still shudder when I think about it. Ewww, just ewww.

Umm…Yes, You Should Clean Your Washing Machine! I’ll Show You How.

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The other really popular one for Facebook happened because I commented how I ‘may‘ think it’s a little gross to sell cloth diapers with poo stains on them. I implored people to take a few extra minutes and get those suckers stain free before posting on the buy/sell/trade boards. I was schooled on the fact that many people don’t mind stains on cloth diapers when they are buying used. There was an important point made that I totally agree with…”They’re just poop catchers afterall.” lol.  You do what you are comfortable with because that’s the most important thing. I’ll still be de-staining mine first ;)

How To Remove Just About Any Stain From a Cloth Diaper: a step-by-step guide


Back in June I shared the touching story of a sweet little girl who was involved in an accident that could easily happen to any of us. That family wants you to please read the link. Their hope is that they can save other children and families from going through what they had to.

This Is One Post You Don’t Want to Skip…It Just Might Save Your Child’s Life.

photo courtesy https://www.facebook.com/PrayersForPrincessElla


Always popular…the New to Cloth Diapers Page. You decide you want to use cloth diapers, but where to start. You turn to Mr. Google and he sends you over to All About Cloth Diapers!

New to Cloth Diapers?


Finally, still big this year and our number one highest viewed post ever! The point of it is to remember to keep it simple and also that cloth diapers aren’t made of unicorn hair. See what a mom with over nine years of experience with cloth diapers (Autumn!) says are the top five most important things she wish she knew way back when.

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


Rounding out the rest of the top ten posts of 2014…

Our Recommendations…Between Autumn and I we have over 12 years of experience using cloth diapers. We found a thing or two that works well…really well… :) Check it out.

Cloth Diaper Safe Diaper Rash Creams UPDATED AGAIN! …I hope to add even more creams to this in 2015. More and more are hitting the market every day.

The Truth About gDiapers…This is not one I’ve personally used. I bought them at Babies R Us and returned them before I had the box open. But there are moms that LOVE them.

What is a Hybrid Fitted Cloth Diaper…This is read by so many people and seriously needs to be updated with new shops! Sorry, it is totally on my list to get it done soon!

Thank you for helping to make these posts so popular. I sincerely hope that they have helped at least one person out there! What was your favorite or most useful post? I really appreciate it if you’d Pin, Share and Like anything you find useful.

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About Jennifer Reinhardt

Jenn is a WAHM to two beautiful little girls. Sophia (4.5 years old) and Norah (4 months). She closed her business, Curves, when she found out she was pregnant so she could stay home with her first daughter. Now Jenn spends her time spreading the love of fluff and sharing common sense answers that help to make cloth diapers easy for everyone.

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16 Responses to “What Was All The Fuss About? All About Cloth Diapers Most Popular Posts”

  1. Dee Lafrenz Says:

    I used cloth diapers, and washed them in Dreft and used Downy in every load. I had the whitest and cleanest clothes. NO stains! Everyone thought I put brand new clothes on my kids every time we went anywhere, until they noticed the same outfit a few times. It is work, but my kids had sensitive skin, and it worked for us, with little money.


  2. Janice Crespo Says:

    We never used cloth diapers but are thinking of switching Carter over to them. I will definitely share this with my daughter for some feedback. Thank you for sharing!


  3. Eva-Maria Virnas Says:

    Btw, this glob from your washing machine really was disgusting..I still get sick looking at this photo :D


  4. Eva-Maria Virnas Says:

    My mom used cloth diapers with me and back then it certainly was hard. Afterall, there was no pages like this.


  5. Lisa Coomer Queen Says:

    I loved all this! I didn’t use cloth diapers. They were not the thing I guess! But my grandchildren use them. I am going to show my daughter this. I am in love with cloth diapers now by the way.


    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      That’s awesome Lisa! There certainly is a lot to love about cloth! Just ask if there is anything you need help with.


  6. Angela Thomas Says:

    Thank you for the great blog, very helpful input!


  7. Linda Buzard-Moffitt Says:

    I didnt use cloth diapers but kudos to the mommas that can it seems like a lot of extra work


  8. Natalie Says:

    Thank you for the recommendations!


  9. Anna DeBenedictis Says:

    Love all of these. I recommend you to all my CDing friends when I can!


  10. Michele Ash Says:

    Well, When I had my children, I always used the disposable diapers instead of the cloth diapering! I remember that when I was a little girl and my mom did cloth diapering for my youngest sister (10 years my younger!)! WHOOPS!! Anyway, I remember her having a diaper service and using those “rubber pants” over the diapers and I just remember all the mess that was involved. I didn’t want to go through all that so I just used disposable ones. I’ll never have any more, but if I were younger and had another baby, I may think about cloth diapering, however, to be honest, it really does gross me out! I know nowadays they have an insert that goes into these fancy cloth diapers, however, kids sure do leak all over the place! I appreciate all your information and your decision to cloth diaper. I guess it all depends upon the person! Thanks again, Michele :)


  11. laurie damrose Says:

    Thank you for all the useful info!


  12. laura rubenstein Says:

    If I have any more babies I will probably try cloth diapers. Thanks for the post. Happy New Years


  13. lisa Says:

    My oldest is 33. I used cloth diapers back then. I got diaper service as a shower gift. That was one of the best gifts that I received.


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