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#1 of 14 Old 04-09-2001, 01:19 AM - Thead Starter
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Which would you perfere to use? I prefere disposable because you can just throw them away and with the Cloth ones, you have to wash them and dry them.
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Disposable for convience's sake.

My mother used cloth, but she had her own washer. I refuse to walk to the laundry mat with a load of wet, stinky diapers and 1-3 kids in tow. If the garbage stinks because of the poo-poo, someone can take it to the dumpster. (I would also have to pass this said dumpster to get to the laundry mat.)
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Definately disposable! I don't have time to mess with the cloth ones.
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disposeable definitely but cloth is probably more environmentally friendly SIGH Just WAY too much work for this mom.
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Definately disposable! Although I did use cloth for about a week and a half when my youngest had a really bad diaper rash that didn't want to go away. It seemed to help, but Oh Boy was it more work!!!!!!
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Disposable....but I'm going to give cloth a try with my next baby!
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Disposable for me! I hate changing diapers as it is so it is definatly disposable here!

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I am too lazy for Cloth... although I feel guilty for not using them... think of the money saved and also the environment saved!
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Most definately disposable!!! I agree
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I guess I am the minority here I am a cloth diaperer! But my son is now potty trained so it is much easier now!
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I am late on this one, but I have to strengthen the cloth side
I don't think it is more work, but everyone as it suits them.
Cleo, if you need some advice on where to get good stuff and what works, feel free to email me. I am glad to help.
The only thing I am not too crazy about with cloths is the size. Jerome is 8 months now, but he wears 3T shorts. I mean, smaller ones fit him as well, but 3T is no problem with this big hiny
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