Essential Accessories

Inserts & Extra Absorbency

  • Most diapers will require extra absorbency added for nighttime or as babies grow.

  • To increase absorbency, place inserts either inside or on top of the diaper pocket as necessary.
  • Inserts can also be layered or folded to customize the absorbency for your baby.
  • Diaper Liners

  • Flushable diaper liners help ease the messiness of dirty diapers. Simply remove and flush!

  • Our super soft liners can also be used as flushable wipes.
  • Pail Liner

  • Pail Liners are reusable and designed to fit inside a diaper pail or garbage container with lid.
  • Wash liner with your diaper laundry to help maintain a fresh environment.
  • Wet Bags & Wet/Dry Bags

  • These waterproof bags are designed for storing your dirty diapers when you are on-the-go.
  • They are also handy for storing dry wipes, spray or a change of clothes.
  • Wet bags help keep odors contained, your diaper bag dry, and can be washed with your diaper load.
  • After the diaper stage, bags are great for potty training, swimwear, travel and more.
  • Flannel Wipes

  • Washable and reusable
  • No harsh chemicals against baby's skin
  • Use dry or in conjunction with wipe solution
  • Many different uses; Keep on hand for runny noses, in the diaper bag for a quick clean up.
  • We suggest having 24-36 wipes in your stash.
  • Diaper Sprayer

  • Why dunk when you can spray diaper clean?
  • Easily attaches to your toilet for easy removal and disposal of solid waste from diapers.
  • Can also be used for postpartum care and again during potty training.

  • Detergents & Treatments

    Several companies make detergents that are safe for cloth diapers. These products have been proven to clean diapers effectively without any leaving any residue.

    • Look for detergents that are free of bleach (even non-chlorine bleach), perfumes or softeners.
    • Fewer additives means less residual chemicals in the diapers.
    • Bleaches weaken the overall fabric, and fabric softeners leave a coating on the diapers, limiting absorbency.
    • Special treatments are also recommended periodically to "strip" diapers of ammonia and/or soap build up.

    Cloth Safe Diaper Rash Ointment

    If your baby is experiencing a diaper rash and you feel compelled to use cream or ointment, make sure it is cloth diaper safe. Petroleum-based products will not wash out of the diaper, ruining them for future use.