Why wrestle with bunchy disposable diapers that never seem to fit around those itty-bitty newborn legs? And why risk playing hardball on your infants sweet skin? Time and time again, moms have reported that cloth diapers are a much better fit on newborns and far better on their skin. But does going cloth right away seem like a futile investment since your tiny one will grow so fast in those first three months?
The good news: You can enjoy the luxury of snug-fitting, cloth diapers without dumping big bucks on newborn-sized diapers. We let you rent them for far less -- even less than you'd spend on disposables! So, for the first three months of your child's life, pamper your wallet AND your precious newborn with our gentle, cloth diapers for only $38 per month. Bottom line: our rental program is the PERFECT solution to fill the gap until size small or one-size adjustable cloth diapers can comfortably cover your baby's bum.
How it works: We provide you with a mix of 24 new and gently used diapers -- all cleaned and sanitized. You'll keep them for three months for only $215. For diaper accessories, check out our Rental Add-On package. Return the diapers by their due date for a $100 store credit!
Our product: Our rental program uses Clover Organic Cloth Newborn Fitted Diapers and/or Swaddlebees Organic Cloth Newborn Fitted Diapers. These are newborn-to-small sized diapers that are hand-crafted in the USA from USA milled, eco-friendly fabrics.
IMPORTANT: Please take the time to thoroughly read our TERMS & CONDITIONS. You must agree to these terms by checking the box at the top of the page.
If you cancel your order more than 14 days prior to the start date, there will be a $10 cancellation fee. Cancellations any later are subject to a $40 fee..
Note: Coupons, discounts and promotions are not valid on diaper rental purchases. If they are used on your order, they will be charged from your deposit.
Note: Effective 12/18/2012: Any rentals purchased after this date will only be eligible for store credit upon return.
Great opportunity to see if cloth diapering is for you!
I'm a working mother that was really interested in 'trying' cloth diapers before committing to them, let's just say - I fell in LOVE! I had to get used to how much larger they were compared to disposable diapers especially when my daughter was a newborn. Washing is/was easy and completely worth the money to see if you are interested in cloth diapering. I am now addicted - we use an app called Baby Connect to keep up with our daughters schedule...last night I noticed that we have changed over 1000 diapers already (she's 4 months old now) the only thing I could see when I saw that number was 'dollar signs' - we are so happy Sweetbottoms offers this diaper rental program for us to 'try' cloth diapering!
Reviewed by: Stacy from Nashville, TN.
The BEST Way To Diaper A Newborn (from a mom of 3)
After learning we were pregnant with our third child, I decided I was going to dive straight into cloth diapering. We used gDiapers and "earth friendly disposables" with our first two children and my husband was hesitant to try cloth. Wow. I am SO glad I did and I really wished I had used cloth with my first two! It is so much more convenient and this rental program has let me try cloth diapering without a huge investment. 24 is the perfect number of diapers and the diapers I received are amazing! No exploding diapers, no leaks, no frantic trips to the store. I haven't had diaper rash issues and I've even survived all-day outings. I really look forward to choosing my next diapers with the store credit!
Reviewed by: Elizabeth Cherepko from Madrid, Spain.
We are just over 6 weeks into our diaper rental and are enjoying cloth diapering. These diapers are soft and fit our son well. They fit well when he was born (worked well with the umbilical cord and circumsicion) and now he is 11 lbs and there is still some room to grow. The service is a great price when you consider how many diapers a newborn goes through! With 24 diapers, we usually have to do a load of diapers about every other day. My only complaint is that it is harder to get the stains out. With our cloth wipes we just throw them in the washer and they come out stain free, but the diapers have quite a bit of staining.