• Desperate Nations Grow Desperate for Pampers

    by  • May 23, 2011 • 0 Comments

    > The camera zooms in on the small, clinical classroom where village women, babies pressed in tightly to bosoms, sing a lovely chorus in perfect harmony. It is a quintessential African scene, cheering up what might otherwise be a not-so-jubilant situation. Hone in...

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    10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Facebook Fan Page

    by  • May 20, 2011 • 3 Comments

    >When it started, Facebook seemed to be this innocuous little plaything, a social media platform useful for catching up with friends cross-country, or spying on old high school crushes. Nowadays, however, Facebook has turned into one of the most powerful (free!) marketing tools out there for businesses, all the way from huge mega-corporations like...

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    >Poll: What You’d Like to See

    by  • May 19, 2011 • 0 Comments

    > What type of posts would you like to see more of on everythingcloth.com?(can check multiple options) articles about types/styles of diapers articles about laundry topics articles about issues/trends in cloth diapering personal stories and anecdotes ‘in need of advice’ Q&A posts (from readers) blog hops product reviews commentaries about and links to high...

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    >PR Promo on everythingcloth.com

    by  • May 18, 2011 • 0 Comments

    > For those of you looking to do a bit of promo for the lead-in to summer, we are promoting a special offer on our Facebook wall. Get $5 off our monthly advertising rate if you set up your advertising account with us before the end of the day on Friday, May 20th. This...

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    >New Duds!

    by  • May 15, 2011 • 5 Comments

    >Ahhhh, there’s nothing like a little Sunday morning web design during baby’s nap to cheer you up, especially when there’s colorful fluff there on the line to greet you when you log in from now on! 😉 How do you like our new look? More changes may slowly creep in over the next little...

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    >Stripping Diapers Using Rockin’ Green Soap

    by  • May 14, 2011 • 3 Comments

    >See also: What is Diaper Stripping? If your diapers need stripping and you’ve already tried stripping with plain old hot water, then you might want to turn to a product you may already have around your house–good old, cloth-diaper safe Rockin’ Green Soap . Many people use Rockin’ Green already for their normal diaper...

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    >A Brief History of the Disposable Diaper

    by  • May 11, 2011 • 0 Comments

    >Via MotherJones.com, here is a very thought-provoking look at the history of disposable diapers. The last date on the timeline, in particular, really stopped me in my tracks. Check out the entire timeline here. Here, too, is a fascinating site I just stumbled upon in some of my searches. Check out http://whatawaste.info, which sports...

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    >Stripping Diapers Using Hot Water

    by  • May 4, 2011 • 1 Comment

    > See also: What is Diaper Stripping? Though there are a variety of methods for stripping your diapers, the cheapest and most tried & true is definitely stripping with plain old hot water. You’ll need no special supplies or considerations other than good old hot water, your washing machine, and several hours of time...

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    >What is Diaper Stripping?

    by  • May 3, 2011 • 1 Comment

    >For most cloth diaper users, stripping your diapers is something that you’ll most likely have to do sooner or later. After months of wear and tear, being soiled and getting washed and dried with a variety of products, additives, and water types, more often than not, most peoples’ diapers will begin to develop some...

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    >Diapering in Tough Economic Times

    by  • April 28, 2011 • 5 Comments

    >With events like the Great Cloth Diaper Change making front-line news recently, media outlets all over are taking a sudden interest in diapering–a practice that has been around since the beginning of mankind and which never demanded that much attention before now. As of late, there has been a special amount of public attention...

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