That's A Stretcher
This post has won a TASSIE award
cloth diapering inexpensive:
I have bought the expensive ones in the past and my favorite are the following: I use disposable at night and on outings so if you use them exclusively you might need more quantity:
Everything was purchased at "Dee-diaper service" from California. They have great prices and great quality, fast delivery.
1) Cloth diapers (theirs are industrial, heavy duty, lasted more than one kid, still great condition) about 2 dozen, regular size
2) Diaper covers (6 for a toddler is great, they don't pee as often as a newborn and they go #2 once a day). After they are washed line dry.
3) Snappi fastener: to keep the cloth in place. works like a charm, no leakage ever, easy to use. I believe the package has explanation on hoyw to use instead of safety pins.
4) I forgot, I use fleece rectangles next to baby skin, just cut a strip from an old blanket or buy remnant for a dollar or less. This keeps the baby dry as the liquid just goes through and if he poops the pool just fall in the toilet no need to rinse. These last for more babies to come.
I do the "bikini fold" for the cloth I learned this fold from a website (google it).
Order: I lay the diaper cover, then the cloth diaper bikini fold on top and place the fleece rectangleon top.
I keep a regular container with a lid place soiled diaper in it and sprinkle baking soda only if it's too stinky.