Cloth Diapers are Budget and Earth Friendly

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ecobunsHOLLAND, Mich. (Feb. 17, 2014) – Gone are the days of getting a Band-Aid ready every time you have to pin a baby’s plain white cloth diapers. Instead, places like EcoBuns, 12330 James Street -Ste B65, has racks and tables full of the modern styles. Not to mention, cloth diapers are chemical free, according to EcoBuns, and that it takes hundreds of years for a disposable diaper to decompose.

Smart Shoppers will be amazed at this comparison:

  • Disposable diapers can cost a family between $1,800-$3,000/child/year
  • Cloth diapers can average between $200-$1,000/child/year

If the whole process sounds intimidating, the staff at EcoBuns can walk you through it. They even offer an array of classes.

EcoBuns’ success is running wild after just one year! Join them on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to celebrate at their location, with doors opening at 10 a.m. The first 25 Smart Shoppers will receive goodie bags filled with free samples and coupons to area businesses. Plus, there will be $700 in prizes!

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