Like many other smart parents today, the Malones knew cloth diapering would save hundreds of dollars each year over disposables while preventing landfill waste. They also wanted their cloth diapers to work as a convenient, all-in-one system to save parents time. While cloth diapering just a few years ago meant stuffing and removing lots of cloth inserts, the Malones’ unique Smart Bottoms design eliminates that step. A length of buttery soft attached fabric folds to create several inner layers.
When I met the Malones recently at the EcoFAB50 reception in Chicago, my first thought was, “Where were you when I was first diapering my babies?” Their system would have been so much more convenient for me and gentle on my babies’ skin. Even though my babies have outgrown their diapering days, I’m happy to share the Smart Bottoms story with you.
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