HOW IT WORKS
The Esembly system is designed to be fun to use and easy to care for. Just follow our simple instructions below and you'll be diapering, washing, and reusing in no time. Promise.
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"It takes so much water to wash cloth diapers that they really aren’t better for the planet than disposables."
Not even close. We’ve done the math. When washed responsibly, the amount of water you’ll use each week is equivalent to a handful of toilet flushes per day — something your baby will be doing in just a few short years once potty trained.
"It’s gross to wash diapers in the same washing machine as regular laundry"
Think about it this way, if the inside of your washing machine is dirty at the end of the diaper wash cycle, what does that say about the state of your diapers? If this ever happens to you, something has gone seriously wrong! Follow our step-by-step laundering process and you should be left with a fresh batch of diapers and a clean washer ready to take on it’s next load.
"Cloth diapers leak."
Not even a little bit true! In fact, quite the opposite. While disposables have become notorious for messy leaks, we pride ourselves on just how blowout-proof our two-part cloth diaper is.
"But the laundry!"
We get it. New babies come with a lot of extra work. But we’re only talking 2 loads of laundry per week! Every 2-3 days just dump the whole bag into the washer and let your machine do the work. No wash boards for our modern parents!
"Cloth diapers are not as absorbent and need to be changed more frequently."
Most childcare experts agree: while awake, babies should be changed every 2-3 hours regardless of the absorbency of the diaper. Our soft cotton Inner is super-absorbent and designed to keep your baby dry and comfy between regular changes. When your babe is sleeping longer stretches without being changed, add one of our Esembly Overnighters for an absorbency boost.
"Cloth diapers are so bulky that my baby's pants won't fit"
Babies in cloth diapers do indeed have poofier booties than babies in disposables. But as long as the pants have some stretch you won't have any trouble fitting clothes over their Esembly diaper. If you're buying baby skinny jeans, chinos or any other pant with no give, you may want to consider going up a size.
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