Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing some of the leading cloth diaper services. More people are becoming environmentally conscious these days and more moms are looking into cloth diaper services. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to provide these consumers with an in-depth review and useful comparison between some of the leading cloth diaper services.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"The Grovia brand diaper incorporates the positive attributes of both cloth and disposables, allowing ecologically conscious parents the convenience of a disposable and an organic cloth diaper. It is also a great choice for cost conscious parents, since the non-disposable inserts and outer shells are reusable and can even be passed down to the next baby. The Grovia diapering system includes a waterproof diaper shell, which can be laundered, and a choice of absorbent organic cotton inserts which also can be laundered."
"Soft Bums also has a Hybrid diaper and claims its brand is the "trimmest one-size fits all available". The Soft Bums Hybrid fits babies that are five to thirty five pounds and the outer shell is waterproof. The reusable diaper design is similar to Grovia's Hybrid diaper design with a few exceptions. Like Grovia, Soft Bums diapers, adjust to fit your baby and has a snap-in insert. Both have features that allow the diaper to 'grow with the baby'. However, the outer shell of the Soft Bums diaper does not feature snaps but is designed with a drawstring sewn within the pattern of the diaper, along the inner leg seams."
"The Flip Diapering System has a hybrid diaper that claims to be one size fits all. However, Flip diapers fit babies starting at seven pounds, rather than five, like the Soft Bums brand. The Flip diaper accommodates babies who weigh up to 35 pounds just as Grovia and Soft Bums. Flip claims to be the number one, best selling, one size fits all diaper sold in North America since its founding in 2005. The Flip diaper is designed with an outer one-size fits all cover which is available in eleven different colors and is designed with hook and loop "butterfly" tab closures. The inserts and outer layers can be laundered."
"The Thirsties brand cloth diapering system does not include a disposable alternative. Thirsties has two components. Like the three aforementioned companies, Thirsties has a waterproof alternative that is worn outside and secured with hook and loop closures. Some are worn with inserts. The original Thirsties' diaper covers are worn with a variety of different cloth diapers. It is in effect a waterproof wrap."
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