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Disposable nappies dominate the market, with more than 95% of parents using them some or all of the time. But the current incarnation of modern cloth nappies has made inroads over the past decade or so, with almost one in five respondents to a 2011 CHOICE survey using them at least some of the time.

Assuming a baby uses about 6500 nappies from birth to toilet training (based on six nappies a day for three years), that works out to be around $3000 spend per child, when bought in bulk packages.

This information is courtesy of Choice. To support the CHOICE Kids and Baby Council initiative, CHOICE has produced a free downloadable 28 page Expectant Parents Guide² that gives advice for new parents

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