10 Ways to Give New Life to Old Cloth Diapers

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#1: Sell Them!

Just because those old cloth diapers are used, doesn’t mean they are worthless. After all, those services that pick up and deliver fresh diapers to your home have to sanitize those diapers too. You can sell them through a number of online ventures – and you can use the money towards the items that your child needs now.

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#2: Donate Them!

Don’t feel like selling those old cloth diapers? That’s alright, there are a lot of people who could definitely use them. You can donate them to your local thrift store, women’s community center or a not for profit child care center that uses reusable nappies.

+ Donate Them!

+ Atlanta Birth Center

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photo credit © Molly Mutt

#3: Stuff Them!

Have a dog bed that could use a little more stuffing? Add those extra cloth diapers and give your pooch a super comfy bed. The best part, the cloth diapers can be easily removed and laundered whenever the doggie bed needs freshening up!

+ Dog Bed Duvet

+ Molly Mutt

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