Copy of Essential Accessories

Inserts & Extra Absorbency

  • Most diapers, whether they're one piece or two pieces, will require extra absorbency added in for nighttime or as babies get older.

  • Additional absorbent fabric inserts are put either inside or on top of diaper when needed. They can be combined or folded to create the perfect absorbency for your baby.
  • Different fabrics perform with different benefits. We carry all types, such as Hemp, Microfiber, Minky, Cotton, Bamboo, and more.
  • Diaper Liners

  • Flushable Liners are a great addition for any diaper to ease the messiness of dirty diapers. Simply flush and you're done!

  • Stay-dry liners are great additions for any diaper to help protect baby’s skin when frequent changes may not be possible, if baby's skin prefers to be dry, or if baby has a current rash. The stay-dry feeling helps heal diaper rashes by keeping the area dry.
  • Silk liners add soothing benefits for sensitive skin. Bonus: They're also anti-bacterial! 
  • Pail Liner or Hanging Wet Bags

  • These are your options for storage of dirty diapers between washes. Pail liners are reusable and designed to fit inside a diaper pail (garbage container with lid), while hanging wet bags hang on doorknobs, zipping shut for containment (helpful with dogs or curious toddlers in the house).
  • Wash these with your diaper laundry.
  • On The Go Wet Bags

  • These waterproof bags are designed for storing your dirty diapers when you are on the go. They are also great for dry wipes and spray. Many parents prefer to have two or more.
  • They keep odors contained, your diaper bag dry, and can be washed with your diaper load.
  • Wet bags come in several sizes with zipper or drawstring closure and can be used for just about anything from diapers, make-up, swimwear, sportswear and more.
  • After the diaper stage, bags are great for potty training, swimwear, travel and more.
  • Cloth Wipes

  • Save even more money and make cleaning more natural with cloth wipes.
  • Wash with diaper laundry.
  • We suggest 24-36 wipes.
  • Wipe Spray/Solution

  • A natural, gentle cleaning mixture sprayed directly onto baby bottom or onto wipe.
  • Diaper Sprayer

  • Why dunk when you can spray diaper clean?
  • Attaches to your toilet for easy removal and disposal of solid waste. Most parents feel this is essential!
  • Can also be used for postpartum care and again during potty training.
  • Detergent & Treatments

  • Several companies make detergent we recommend for cloth diapers which have been proven to clean effectively without any leaving any residue.
  • Special treatments are also recommended periodically to ‘strip’ diapers of ammonia and/or soap build up.
  • If you are using wool covers, you will need a wool wash and lanolin.
  • 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, as petroleum based lotions will not wash out of the diaper, ruining them for future use.