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The average child uses over      
8,000 diapers
Spend a few minutes with us and learn why we say this is the CLEANER, GREENER, HEALTHIER WAY to diaper your baby.

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We are a family owned cloth diaper service with a commercial laundry facility in Michigan that has served customers in Michigan and Northern Indiana for over 40 years.  

                Using cloth diapers can be easy!  
We have  supplied thousands of families with 100% natural-fiber cotton diaper delivery service, and we want to serve your family too!  
Why Parents Choose Cloth:

  • Better for my baby  
  • Better for the environment
  • Convenient
  • Easy to use
  • Lower overall cost
  • Faster to potty train 
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Potty Training Guarantee:
If you think you can spend less using disposables, have you heard that children that use cloth diapers potty train an average of one year earlier than those in disposables?  Why not complete training without paying for diapers (after you pay for the first 2-1/2 years)?