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Old 07-28-2018, 08:19 PM
Location: Southwest Washington State
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Originally Posted by gentlearts View Post
Thank you all.
To review:
Many or all disposables are biodegradable.
A cloth diaper service is about the same cost as disposables.
Washing your own diapers results in cost savings and zero impact on the environment.
Yes. Back in antediluvian days I used cloth diapers and also used a diaper service for a few weeks. Diaper sevice is great if you can afford it. In our case, DH lugged a diaper pail to the basement where our washer was. I then washed diapers. I washed and folded many diapers. Sometimes we used dispoables though.

Diaper service is the way to go.
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