If you have a baby, diapers aren’t an option; you have to use them. However, you do have a choice of what diaper you buy for your child. The two main contenders are either cloth (reusable) diapers or disposable diapers.
Since cloth diapers are reusable and slightly more sustainable than disposable diapers, they may seem like the top choice. However the major downside to reusable diapers is the amount of water, electricity, and detergent it takes to clean them. Depending on the fabric, reusable diapers may not be as absorbent as disposables, leaving your baby at risk for rashes.
Disposable diapers are good time-savers; you can just toss them and go without having to worry about washing them. When you and your baby are out in public, disposable diapers are ideal because you can throw them out