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Monthly Archives: April 2011

How Much Will I Save If I Buy Cloth Diapers vs. Disposables?

With 6000 – 8000 diaper changes from birth to potty training, disposable diapers can cost anywhere between $2000 – $3000.
The cost savings of cloth diapers depend on how long your baby is in diapers, what diapering system you are using, and how many children you will use the diapers for. If you use your diapering products for more than one child, your savings multiply!

To cloth diaper, you will need:
 Newborn: 20-24 diapers / 
6-12 months: 14-18 diapers
 /12-24 months: 12-16 diapers
 /Potty Learning: 4-8 diapers
Newborn-9 months: 1 wrap for every 3 diapers / 
9 months-18 months: 1 wrap for every 4 diapers / 
18 months to potty training: 1 wrap for every 5 diapers

Thirsties Duo Diaper:
Use from birth-to-potty and save $617 + over the cheapest disposables!

Waterproof pocket diaper. (No cover needed.) This diaper offers: ease of use, convenience, adjustability, trimness, absorbency.
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Basic Care and Use Tips For Cloth Diapers: Part 1

Before wearing…
Wash all diapers at least one time before use. Washing and drying your hemp and natural cotton diapers at least 3 times before use will wash away the natural oils that inhibit absorption. You can add them to your normal white laundry for the initial 3 wash/dry cycles, to save on water and energy.

Diaper changing station…
Shake solids into toilet after each diaper change. Store your soiled Thirsties® Cloth Diapers in a DRY diaper pail. A standard 52-quart garbage pail with a lid works great and can be purchased at your local department store. Be sure to line your pail with a Thirsties® Deluxe Diaper Pail Liner to avoid having to clean your pail on every laundry day. Simply dump the diapers into the washer and throw in the pail liner for every cloth diaper load. If you have a second liner on hand, place into the … Read More

Our Mission: Make It Easy and Affortable For Every Family To Choose Cloth

The mission of Thirsties, Inc. is to make it easy and affordable for every family to choose cloth while simultaneously investing in our local economy and sustainable business practices.

We are committed to building our business in a sustainable manner by focusing on the health of our babies and the environment.  Only the best USA-sourced components are chosen for our products in order to reduce our carbon footprint, to help support domestic textile mills and our local economy, and to ensure that Thirsties diapers will last wash after wash. We are committed to creating only the highest quality products and dedicated to providing exceptional design and unparalleled performance while saving you money.

Northern Colorado Cloth Diaper Enthusiasts to set Guinness World Record

Amazing Global Response to US initiated Earth Day Celebration: World wide locations will gather simultaneously for a Guinness World Records Event of the most babies changed into a cloth diaper.

Apr 18, 2011 – Loveland, Colorado– Thousands of parents around the globe will unite to change the world — and their babies’ diapers — during the Great Cloth Diaper Change 2011. Hundreds of local parents and babies will join the international effort to set a Guinness World Record™ for the most cloth diapers changed simultaneously.

Thirsties, manufacturer of the MACT award winning Duo Diaper and leading maker of modern cloth diapering products made in the USA, will host the local event at the Thirsties Warehouse, 436 West 67th Street, Loveland, CO on Saturday, April 23rd. Activities will start at 9:30AM MT with the diaper change taking place at 10:30AM MT. The Great Cloth Diaper Change is free and open to … Read More

Thirsties Cloth Duo Diaper Wins Mact Excellence Award

Conscious Moms love Thirsties Duo Cloth Diaper! It is a cloth diaper for the modern times! Thirsties Duo Cloth Diaper wins the MACT Excellence Award, a prestigious award not easily won for many reasons.

Apr 07, 2011 – Loveland, Colorado- The Thirsties Duo Diaper improves over the disposable diaper in many ways. It is free of many dangerous toxins that hide in disposable diapers such as: SAP, dioxins and TBT. They are made of polyester outer and microfiber, cotton & hemp inner which makes up 7 layers of wetness protection. One testing mom states, “It scares me what is in disposable diapers and it is disturbing to me that these components are NOT listed on their product. Thirsties states on their site, and the tag on the diaper what’s not in their products and I truly appreciate that.” The components that Thirsties Duo Diapers are also free of are: PVC, … Read More