Cloth Diaper Service

Looking for a cloth diaper service. It seems that Tidee Didee is the only one? There's nothing on their site about how they wash their diapers, how much water is used, etc. I'm wondering if others have used another cloth service?

Thanks for any input.

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While not a cloth diaper service, we used Earth Baby - a compostable diaper service.  It's more expensive than traditional disposable diapers but we felt that the lower waste was well worth it.  After using traditional disposables a few times for travel, I began to prefer the quality and texture of the compostable diapers and used them exclusively for 2 kids.  We used the service in Oakland and San Francisco.  As a bonus, they're very flexible with regards to ordering/exchanging diapers as babies grow.

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I didn't use this service, but found it manageable to soak and wash diapers myself. I invested in a couple of dozen prefolds and half a dozen wraps and made it work. I couldn't stand the thought of all that landfill waste....

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We use Tidee Didee and they are really great and super responsive, so I bet if you called in or sent an email they'd get back to you right away with that info.

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I used tiny tots for three kids and the service was great. They have been around for years, offer compostable diapers in addition to cloth, delivery of baby items from their store, are a local family run business and I am pretty sure they use a low water method to wash their diapers.

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This may not be helpful, but I washed them at home, and it wasn’t really as big a deal as it’s made out to be.  Especially for your first or only baby because you are not doing a bunch of other kid laundry at the same time.  It’s cheaper than a service, you can choose your own detergent, and it’s better for the environment if that’s your motivation for cloth over disposable.   But if you don’t have a washer and dryer in your house, it would be too hard.

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I have the same question. So sad to see Tiny Tots ending their service. 

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Tiny Tots diaper service.  We used them for 3 years.  They take away the dirty ones and deliver you clean ones, it was great.  If I recall correctly they had information on their website about their cleaning methods/water consumption.

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Sorry, I went to the Tiny Tots website and it looks like the don't do cloth anymore -- just compostable diapers.

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We used Tiny Tots (they’ve since stopped offering cloth service) before switching to Tidee Didee. Tiny Tots was awful; diapers were tattered, burned, stringy, and inconsistent sizes. They often miscounted and delivered the wrong number as well. Tidee Didee has been wonderful. Their customer service is good — I’m sure if you call with your questions they can help you. Besides, they seem to be the only cloth service available!

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We used Tiny Tots twice and loved them. Great customer service.