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Everyone is talking about Cloth Nappy Week...

Cloth Nappy Week is an annual event that celebrates the use of reusable cloth nappies. It is a week-long event that takes place in April and is celebrated worldwide. During Cloth Nappy Week, various activities are organised to raise awareness about the benefits of using cloth nappies, such as reducing waste, saving money, and being better for babies' skin.

Cloth nappies have been around for centuries, and they were the only option available to parents until the disposable nappy was invented in the mid-20th century. After the invention of disposables and them becoming readily available and somewhat affordable, the majority of families now use disposable nappies. In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in cloth nappies as parents become more conscious of the impact of disposable nappies on the environment and their baby's health.

Cloth nappies are reusable, which means they can be washed and used again, making them a more eco-friendly alternative to disposable nappies. Disposable nappies take hundreds of years to decompose, and they release harmful chemicals into the environment as they break down. Cloth nappies, on the other hand, can be reused for multiple children and can be composted at the end of their life.

During Cloth Nappy Week, parents are encouraged to try cloth nappies and discover the benefits for themselves. Many cloth nappy retailers offer discounts and promotions during this week, making it an ideal time for parents to purchase their first set of cloth nappies. Be sure to check out our sale at Baby Bare to save.

One of the main advantages of cloth nappies is the cost savings. Although the initial investment in cloth nappies may be higher than disposable nappies, in the long run, they are significantly cheaper. It is estimated that parents can save up to $2000 by using cloth nappies instead of disposables for one child. These savings increase for subsequent children.

Cloth nappies are also better for babies' skin. Disposable nappies contain chemicals such as dioxins and sodium polyacrylate, which can cause skin irritation. Cloth nappies, on the other hand, are made from natural materials such as cotton or bamboo, which are gentle on babies' skin.

In addition to the environmental and health benefits, cloth nappies can also be a stylish and fun way to dress up babies. There are many different designs and patterns available, from plain white to bold prints and bright colours. Cloth nappies can be a fashion statement, and many parents enjoy collecting different designs and styles.

During Cloth Nappy Week, events are organised to showcase the various types of cloth nappies available, from pre-folds to all-in-ones, and to demonstrate how they work. Workshops are also organised to teach parents how to use and care for their cloth nappies.


Overall, Cloth Nappy Week is an excellent opportunity for parents to learn more about cloth nappies and other reusable and perhaps give them a try and incorporate them into their lifestyle.