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In recent years it has become even more popular to provide cloth nappies for babies and toddlers rather than disposables. We hear about mountains of undecomposed nappy material littering the land fill sites and causing ecological dangers. But, why should it matter what we wrap around our babies? After all, it's only for a few years before they're potty-trained and surely there are more important ecological matters that deserve more attention?
Before you make a decision about cloth or disposable nappies, here are a few facts that are worth looking at.
Disadvantages of Disposables
Advantages of cloth nappies
It's pretty convincing and you'll be doing another little bit for the environment that those babies running and crawling around in those cloth nappies will actually inherit one day!
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