Products called reusable diapers are using the word "reusable" instead of cloth probably because "cloth diapers" implies cotton diapers. Most of the diapering products called "reusable diapers" should perhaps be called "synthetic diapers" or "synthetic reusable diapers" or "polyester diapers". Or perhaps they just say "reusable diapers" to make it sound more modern or more eco-friendly. To me, cotton diapers are "cloth diapers" and polyester diapers are "reusable diapers". You re-use both kinds of diapers, but I can't grab hold of the word reusable for this. It sounds to me like you can reuse it without washing it, which of course is not what it means. You have to wash it before you can use it again, so I'll stick with calling them cloth diapers. It's really just semantics, I suppose.
Every product on our site has the country of origin clearly listed with the product but here is a quick reference list below.
Cloth-eez Prefold Diapers are made in Pakistan
Cloth-eez Organic Prefold Diapers are made in Pakistan
Cloth-eez Flat Diapers are made in Pakistan
Cloth-eez Wraps are made in China
Disana Organic Knit Wool Pull-On are made in Germany
Disana Wool Leggings are made in Germany
Disana brand items are made in Germany
Eucalan is made in Canada
GroVia Shells, Soakers and pail liners are made in China
Growing Green diapers and wool items by Babee Greens are made in USA
GMD Stay Dry Doublers, Night Stay Dry and Hemp Doublers are made in USA
Flip Covers are made in USA
Lana Softsleeper are made in Lithuania
Lana Merino Wool are made in Lithuania
Malden Mills Fleece Liners are made in USA
Smart Bottoms are made in USA
Workhorse Fitted are made in Pakistan
Information on country of origin for a sample of other products you might see around that we don't carry:
Made in China: Fuzzibunz, gDiapers, Rumparoos, Nicki's Diapers one-size and pull-on covers, Diaper Rite Covers, Baby Beehinds, Katydid, Kawaii, Sunbaby, Alva, Tweedlebugs, and many other brands of pockets.
If you don't see country of origin clearly listed in the product description on a site where you are browsing, ask the site owner. By law, it should be listed!If it says "Designed in someplace" but doesn't say "made in someplace" then it's probably made in China, but personally I find that sort of thing deceptive.
I, Karen, designed the Workhorse diaper right here in Vermont, but I have it made in Pakistan. So it says, "Made in Pakistan". I don't choose to say "designed in Vermont". That's just silly and tricky, I think. It's not practical or feasible to make everything locally. I definitely understand that. But when there is a choice to choose something made on our shores, it is something to think about and consider. Of course, the choice is yours.
Also made in China is my third born baby.
"Baby" cotton diapers
"Baby" wool covers