From the company's website:
Rockin’ Green is an award-winning manufacturer of eco-friendly cleaning products designed to make cleaning easier and greener. Most well-known for their clean-rinsing laundry detergent formulated for use on all fabrics and especially useful on cloth diapers, Rockin’ Green produces detergents for hard, soft and normal water conditions (known as Hard, Soft and Classic Rock varieties).
From the Jack Be Natural site:
Eco Bebe Boutique is run by Danielle, a very friendly and helpful WAHM that I had a pleasure to work with in the past. If you are looking for baby and mama products such as, cloth diapers, creams/lotions, soaps, mama teas, baby carriers, and more, please check out her online store at www.ecobebeboutique.com.
If there’s one tricky part to selling pre-owned diapers it’s this: accurately categorizing the condition of the diaper. It seems to be highly subjective, and at first glance there may not appear to be much difference in the drop-down list of options on clothdiapertrader.com… Is there really a difference between ‘excellent used’ and ‘very good used’ condition? How about ‘very good’ versus ‘good’? Yes sister, oh yes there is.
New – The item is new, has never been used, not even washed. If it had packaging or a tag at purchase, it should still be on.
Excellent Used Condition – The item has been used but looks nearly new. There are no flaws in the item (no stains, no snags, no lint in Velcro, etc). Diapers that have been prepped but not used would also fall in to this category.
Hippeez Cloth Diapers is a Canadian company run by a wonderful WAHM named Heather.
On her website Heather writes:
My husband and I had been cloth diapering our baby since birth, originally using a diaper service. To save money, we made the switch to washing our own diapers. I wanted to get some fitted diapers to use in addition to my flats and prefolds, but I wasn’t satisfied with the products I saw. None had the specific combination of features I was looking for, or if they did, they were very expensive. So, I made my own. I loved them, Daddy loved them, and I was hooked on sewing diapers. Hippeez fitted diapers were born!Besides being as easy to use as a disposable diaper, Hippeez fitteds are comfortable and soft for baby, absorbent, and better for the environment. They are affordable, cute, and made to last from quality materials. When your child outgrows them, pass them on to another parent (yes, really!) or save them for your next child, just like clothes. And, when you think in terms of cost-per-use, these diapers cost a tiny fraction of a disposable diaper. They are an investment in the health of your baby and the health of our planet, rather than “disposable” one-use diapers that you throw away.I recently realized that it was silly of me to just offer fitteds when I also use and love many other types of cloth diapers. Flats, prefolds, contour diapers…they all have a place in my stash. So Hippeez will be expanding to include other types of cloth diapers in addition to our fabulous fitteds. I’m really excited!Since are diapers are handmade in Brampton, Ontario (Canada) by a dedicated work-at-home mom – who uses them every day - you can feel good about buying them. I stand behind the quality of my products, and I wouldn’t use them myself if they didn’t perform!
If you would like to find out more about Heather and her creations, please visit her online store at www.hippeez.ca.
Has your little one outgrown some cloth diapers and you’re now wondering what to do with them? (And how you’re going to fund some larger ones)?
Have a few cloth diapers that you just never reach for at change time?
Wondering what to do with your stash now that your baby has learned to use the potty?
Yes, if you’d believe, there is a resale market for used cloth diapers, and it is hot. Not only will you be well on your way to recouping some of that money you invested in your stash, but also you’ll continue to be environmentally friendly by encouraging reuse (and thus reduce) of products.