Baby clothes

5 ways to Green Your Baby clothes

Whether for bedtime, playtime, or anytime in between, baby clothes made from eco-friendly fabrics that are not treated with harsh chemicals protect baby's sensitive skin and the earth. And, when your little one's outgrown that romper that was only worn once-recycle it, give it away or re-sell it to avoid landfill waste and the need to use virgin materials.

  1. Choose organic cotton baby clothes

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    Organic cotton baby clothes are widely available and are a great alternative to materials that have been treated with pesticides and other chemicals.

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  2. Choose natural baby clothes

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    Even organic and natural fiber baby clothes may be dyed or treated with dangerous chemicals. Choose clothes that are dye- and chemical treatment-free to go one step further in protecting your baby.

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  3. Choose baby clothes made from eco-friendly fibers

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    Bamboo, hemp, and soy are sustainable alternatives to cotton and synthetic baby clothes, and keep dangerous pesticides out of the environment and away from baby's delicate skin.

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  4. Choose used baby clothing

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    Secondhand baby clothes can save you money and help protect the environment from the destructive processes required to manufacture and transport new clothes.

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  5. Choose natural laundry detergent

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    Protect baby's sensitive skin and the environment by washing those little layettes without chlorine, phosphates, or petroleum-based chemicals.

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Comments

03/31/2008
2:04am
ellanorah

If anyone has any no-longer-needed baby and maternity items, you can donate them to another local mom at the free website WWW.THEBABYCHAIN.COM. It's basically a mom-to-mom donation/social network. You can also find these items if needed. Check out the mom-to-mom pediatrician/OB-GYN referral network.

11/12/2008
5:42pm
posting123

Choosing used baby clothing is a great way to be GREEN! Check out online baby consignment at www.mommyauctions.com.

02/04/2009
5:53am
kidsclothes

nice collection of baby stuff if you need more verity visit at http://find.com/shopping/kids_clothes

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