Natural Reusable Diapers
Cloth diapers are a basic baby need, lightweight, and made of breathable material. Reusable cloth diapers are made of an inner absorbent layer, which keeps your baby clean, and a waterproof outer layer, which protects them from leaks. Because cloth diapers don’t use the same chemical components disposable diapers do, they tend to be more comfortable for babies. They are also less expensive since you don't have to buy them all the time, but you need to change them more often.
The all-in-one diaper and the hybrid diaper have a similar system consisting of one diaper and three inserts (you change the inserts and, depending on how much of a mess the baby makes, the actual diaper may stay clean). The waterproof cover may be reused throughout the day by replacing the insert at each change.
Pocket diapers offer several advantages including the ability to adjust the inserts for different absorbency levels and position the insert where the baby needs it most.
There are many types of modern cloth diapers available. They include preformed cloth diapers, super soakers, fitted cloth diapers, all-in-one diapers with a waterproof exterior, optional inserts, absorbency level, and materials. Reusable diapers traditionally consist of a folded square or rectangular piece of fabric, usually made from cotton, linen, or wool, fastened with a safety pin or clip.
Some parents choose the hybrid-diaper route, which combines: a washable cover that never really comes in contact with any bodily fluids (except occasional blowout), plus a flushable and biodegradable disposable insert that won't hang around the planet for as long as a disposable diaper.