Cloth diapers are cheaper, healthier and better on the environment. I’ve never been a huge fan of cloth diapers because they are typically quite a bit bulkier than disposable diapers and just not as practical for traveling and cruising. If you’re a cloth diaper fan (high five to you!) you’ve got to check out Green Line cloth diapers. Green Line’s two-piece diapers fit newborns up to 35+ pounders and don’t seem to be as bulky as all the others I’ve seen. From what I can see, these cloth diapers are designed a bit differently because they use a drawstring fit system. I found a helpful How To page on their website if you’d like to take a look.
I’m actually loving the idea of using drawstring cord and cord locks for a better fit. I’ve never seen these used in a cloth diaper before and I must say, it’s pretty useful. I’m considering using cloth diapers for potty training so my daughter feels the wetness when she has an accident.
The bamboo/cotton soaker cloth has to be folded up to fit in the diaper and seems to be pretty absorbent. I love how soft the soaker pad is vs the traditional disposable diapers.
You can see in the image below that the diaper has a great hook and loop fastener. This ensures a better fit for your little one.
Green Line has so many cloth diaper designs to choose from all for around $17 or $18. I’m a bargain hunter so I’m loving the sale page.
To shop Green Line cloth diapers, visit http://www.greenlinediaper.com/