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Brad's Beat Bringing Back Cloth Diapers

Two area mothers are now using cloth diapers on their children as a way to help the environment and save money.
CARTHAGE, MO.--- Two area women are going old school and putting their kids in cloth diapers. Hannah McCully and her cousin Tiffany Brooks say cloth diapers are healthier for the environment. It also saves them a significant amount of money.

They estimate it will save them about $3,000 before their kids are potty trained. The moms also say cloth diapers help the kids potty train quicker.

"With the cloth, he knows when he's wet, which helps with the potty training. Disposable, it pushes the liquid away so he doesn't know when he's wet," said Tiffany Brooks, Mother.

The ladies order the diapers online and say 25 cost about $200.
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