Save money on flushable gDiapers at Amazon
I discovered gDiapers a couple years ago (and mentioned them here) but never had the opportunity to try them with my kids. These diapers combine the environmental friendliness of cloth diapers with the convenience of disposables -- they are, essentially, reusable cotton pants with flushable, disposable liners. Even if you throw the used liners in the trash, they decompose much more quickly and completely than traditional disposables (and contain no plastic).
Not surprisingly, the liners are relatively expensive, but that may not matter to you if you're devoted to this product (as many are).
Amazon's just started carrying gDiapers and is hosting a promotion this month to celebrate: 20% off the refill packs with the purchase of a starter kit, which contains two pairs of cotton "little g" pants, two snap-in waterproof liners, and 10 refills. (Here are the gDiaper promotion details.)
If you're already a gDiapers user and don't need another starter kit, you can still save 15% by signing up for Subscribe & Save (details are available on the refill product pages).
Does anyone have gDiaper stories to share? I'd love to hear how they've worked in the real world.