Have you had any experience with these?
What are your thoughts on being 60% biodegradable? Its better than nothing, but still, is that what we should be going for when we try to be "eco-friendly"?
M.Ed. Mama to Chunka (1/07), Beauty (5/09) and Elizabear 3/12): Birth Doula (working toward certification) AAMI Midwifery Student, Advocating with Solace for Mothers & The Birth Survey
myself -- I would not choose them. i'll stop here.
That all said, I have used them and really like them (for disposables). They seem to work better than seventh generation, for my super soaker, anyway. Plus they have cute leaves on them
Meghan, mom to 11yo, 8yo, and 3yo
Sometimes the greener grass is actually AstroTurf, a false promise and nothing more.
We use Nature Babycare to fill in the gaps with cloth diapering. Travel and over night being the main 2. We love them and have zero complaints. They're comfy, super absorbent, better than any other "eco-friendly" disposable we've found. Plus we buy in bulk from www.ecomom.com with free shipping and a coupon code they're really reasonably priced. The reason I'm even commenting about it on an old thread is that right now eco mom will match your purchase of Nature babycare diapers one to one with a charitable donation.
We have used these at our non CD friendly daycare for two years with great success. We've tried some of the other eco-friendly diapers and these worked best for us. We can use them overnight with no problem. They do run a little small though so take that into consideration when ordering.
Oh yeah, and there is also a service if California that actually composts Nature Babycare diapers: http://www.earth-baby.com/home.php