I’ve been cloth diapering my little guy for a little over a year now and some of my all-time favorite diapers are the easy-to-use Hybrid diapers by GroVia.
GroVia Hybrids allow the user to cloth diaper without all the fuss, simply choose a cute cover, insert either a cloth or disposable Bio Soaker insert and go.It couldn’t be easier!
One of my secret reasons for cloth diapering is that I love all the cute covers and it doesn’t get any cuter than the NEW prints from GroVia!
So how do you store all these things?
There is no official “right” way to store cloth diapers. I’ve seen lots of cool ideas on the web from inventive mommies, so I thought it would be fun to show you how I store my diapers and then allow you, the reader, to post your unique ideas in the comments section below.
Most of my diaper covers have to be line dried.I have found the easiest way to do this is on the adorable P’kolino Clothes Tree.I lay my covers on one of the branches for them to dry and then leave them there until I need them.Plus, this is a storage option I will be able to use later for jackets and bags, when Charlie is out of diapers.
I am crazy about these Art Hangers from Maple Shade Kids.I have refashioned them into diaper cover storage and they work great!I simply shortened the line and hung it over my son’s changing table.Since many of my covers, like the GroVia diapers above, can be used several times before washing, I simply hang them on the line to air dry between diaper changes.Perfect!
This wool felt diaper caddy by Wooli works great for storing cloth or BioSoaker inserts.I love that I can load it up with my inserts for the day so they are always close at hand.
If you are a cloth diapering mommy then please let us know how you store your cloth diapers.