Thursday, April 22, 2010

Fluff Talk Thursday #18- Earth Day Edition and A Giveaway!!


Earth Day was created in 1970 as a global day of observance of the need to protect the earth. What better way to protect our earth then to use cloth diapers!

Disposable diapers have been around a long time. The very first disposable diaper was invented in Sweden in 1942. Did you know that it can take 500 years for a disposable diaper to decompose? This means any disposable diapers my parents used on me are still lying around in some landfill. Pretty gross, huh? This also means that very first diaper invented in Sweden in 1942 is also probably still lying around somewhere.


It is estimated 27.4 billion disposable diapers are used each year in the US, resulting in a possible 3.4 million tons of used diapers adding to landfills each year. And this is only the US! Do the math...that is 231.2 million TONS of diapers since disposable diapers began.

Don't get me wrong, disposable diapers have their place. It use to be that disposable diapers were considered a "luxury" item. Parents only used these diapers for travel, camping, etc. Although there has been an increase in cloth diaper awareness, most parents still prefer to use disposables. This is the sad reality.

Have you made the switch yet? Here are some things to consider:
  • Cloth diapering your child will save you over a thousand dollars by the time your child turns two.
  • Cloth diapers are now as easy to use as disposables and a LOT more cute!
  • Your child will be more comfortable and experience less rashes.
  • Cloth diapers can be saved and passed down to multiple children, increasing your savings and impact on our environment.
  • When you are finished diapering your children, your cloth diapers can be given to charitable organizations such as The Cloth Diaper Foundation who help low income families diaper their babies. They can be sold at Diaper Swappers, making your diapering cost in the end minimal. If they are too ratty, you can use them as dust rags! Can you do any of these things with your disposable diapers?
  • Most importantly- You will be leaving a better world for your children...and their children..and their children. You get the picture!


In celebration of Earth Day and as a special thanks to all my wonderful readers who have been so supportive of my choice to cloth diaper my babies, I will be holding a one day giveaway contest! Winner will receive one Smartipants one-size pocket diaper. These diapers are great and one of my top 3 favorites. Winner will have choice of color. Choices are: Aqua Breeze (This is the color my son has on in the picture above), Bright White, Clever Clover, Cool Blue, Lovely Lavender, Mellow Yellow, or Think Pink.

There is 3 ways to enter:
(Yes, you can do all three)
  • Leave a comment on this post telling me your best tip for protecting our planet.
  • Tell me how you spread the word about cloth diapers. What reaction do you normally get from people?
  • Post about this topic today on your blog. Don't forget to use my Fluff Talk Thursdays Banner (code can be found on my right hand side bar). Remember to link up! (leave a comment saying you did this)
Giveaway will end tonight at 11:59 P.M. (MST). This giveaway is open only to USA residents and you must be 18 to win. Winner will be chosen with the random number generator at Random.org. I will announce the winner Friday, April 23rd on this blog. Please come back to see if you won. You will need to email me at HappilyDomestic09@yahoo.com to claim your prize.


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99 comments:

Karen said...

Sadly, I did not go the cloth route, although I bought a couple of cloth nappies... (Hanging head in shame) My baby is 16 months. I wonder if it is still worth it?

The McGraths said...

I think that cloth diapering and using reusable containers for everything are the easiest ways to start protecting our planet. AND they can also be very cost effective.

The McGraths said...

I spread the word about cloth diapers by showing off my baby's cute diapers and diaper covers wherever I go. If it's warm, I'll just have him in a t-shirt, diaper, and Baby Legs. A lot of people just do a double-take to figure out what he is wearing. I get a lot of questions when people see me changing his diaper.

Jill said...

My best tip is to reduce, reuse, recycle, in all things, consider how you can do this, and that will help the planet!

Jill said...

If anyone ever mentions diapers, or a new baby, or being pregnant, I drop the cloth diaper 'bomb' on them. Can't help it. I also try and convince my friends to CD, by showing them, and I try and be an advocate on my blog, facebook, during the twitter chats and by posting tweets, as well as attempting to let my baby have a fluffy butt everywhere we go! Going to a baby shower on Saturday and putting her in a dress and planning out her dipes to match!

Jessica said...

My best tip is to be creative mos things that end up in a landfill could have been used for something else.

Jessica said...

I blog, tweet and talk to everyone I know about Cloth Diapering

iluvmygrlz said...

My best tip is to use as little plastic as possible and recycle what you do use. The ocean is FILLED w/ plastic bottles :(

iluvmygrlz at yahoo dot com

Erin said...

i think it'd do a lot to help the planet if people (myself included) would buy less junk... then less broken/used up junk would end up in landfills...

erinsl at gmail dot com

Erin said...

I blog and FB post about cloth diapering... I have convinced some people to try it, but many are still incredulous: "You put diapers in your washing machine?!??!"

Chari said...

Posted on my blog

http://taketimetosmelltherose.blogspot.com/2010/04/fluff-talk-thursdays-with-giveaway.html

smell_the_rose@yahoo.com

guineaus said...

I think that we need to treat the planet like we are guests on it. Be aware of how we use it.

superfizz at bust dot com

anamlgrl said...

I cloth diaper and really see the HUGE difference in waste going to the dump... Also, DON'T LITTER!!! It's my biggest Pet peeve! seriously if everyone just refrained from littering the earth would be that much cleaner!

anamlgrl@yahoo.com

anamlgrl said...

I tell everyone I know that I cloth diaper!! I also am always posting on facebook aobut the benefits it has on our pockets and the earth!

anamlgrl@yahoo.com

whocg23 said...

Let me just start by saying, Karen, it is not too late. I started cloth diapering my son at about 16-17 months old and I am so glad that I did!
Anyway, I try to do my part, by reusing what I can. Freecycle as much as possible, make my own household cleaners and buying in bulk to reduce the waste when I do purchase things in like plastic and packaging. Also, reusables bags are a great thing. I have been on a real kick lately on reducing our impact.

Owen's Mom said...

We embrace the first R in Reduce, recycle & reuse. We have reduced our waste by meal planning, using cloth instead of paper towels or diaper wipes, and using glass mason jars for storing food.

andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

whocg23 said...

I am a total cloth addict and advocate! I tell everyone I can. If I know someone with a kid in diapers, or with one on the way, I make sure to tell them all about cloth diapers and the benefits. I started my blog just to spread the word. I twitter things all about cloth and post stuff on my facebook when I find great things like giveaways that can help people start cloth diapering. :)

Owen's Mom said...

I have spread the word about cloth on social media as well as helping new Moms get started.
andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

Sarah said...

Try to use non-disposable everything - real plates, cloth napkins, cloth diapers, cloth mama pads, etc.

Big savings too! :)

Sarah said...

I've posted about my cloth diaper sewing project and talked with friends about it. Most people think I'm a little odd, I can tell! :) But it's something I'm enthusiastic about, and I think it's gotten some people thinking more about it at least.

Amanda said...

My best tip to protect the planet it to just do something, no matter how small. If everyone did something, it would really add up. This year we have expanded our garden and plan on making our own baby food. This will drastically reduce our carbon footprint!
apeek81 at gmail dot com

Amanda said...

I blogged about cloth diapers a while ago here: http://copingwithfrugality.blogspot.com/2009/10/raising-bab-green-cloth-diapers.html
When I tell my family and friends that we plan on using them, they are all a little shocked and still think of them as the fold and pin type from the old days. When I show them the new diapers they are much more supportive.
apeek81 at gmail dot com

Sarah said...

We use reusable water bottles instead of plastic!

-Sarah
www.minnesotamamasmusthaves.com

Sarah said...

I talk about cloth diapers a lot and 9 times out of 10 I get a negative reaction. People still picture the pins and toilet dunking of the past. They can't understand how easy it is!

-Sarah

Jackie at 3littleones said...

My best tip for protecting the planet is cut down on the amt of stuff you throw in the garbage - that can be done in a multituds of ways - switch to cloth diapers, cloth wipes, cloth napkins, paperless towels, cloth swiffer pads, wool dryer balls instead of dryer sheets, and stop buying so much useless stuff - as americans we care too much about material things and buy stuff we end up throwing away a little while later.
Happy Earth Day!

Jackie at 3littleones said...

How do I spread the word? Well, I bring my kids places in their fluff - so of course people ask. When people come to my house, they obviously see the diapers when I change my kids, and then I also have blogged about using cloth on my blog and have posted things on fb & twitter. Overall, I usually get positive responses - w/ lots of questions of course for those that have never used cloth. I have had some people (family mostly) that think I am absolutely nuts!!! :)

Jackie at 3littleones said...

posted on my blog

http://3little1.blogspot.com/2010/04/fluff-talk-thursday-earth-day-cloth.html

Maia said...

We have made the switch to cloth diapers and cloth napkins.

Maia said...

We have told all of our friends about switching to cloth. Reactions are mixed.

Donna said...

The best tip for protecting the planet is recycling...I've been recycling for over 40 years, I remember as a child my parents telling me how important it is. I have three grown sons and they all recycle too.

Donna
dwarrington1@gmail.com

Donna said...

I always used cloth diapers, of course, in my day, that's all there was...my sons are 30, 28 and 27. We even used cloth diapers on my granddaughter. That's the only way to go and a lot cheaper too! I've given diaper service as gifts to all my nieces and nephew's children.

Donna
dwarrington1@gmail.com

one frugal lady said...

My best tip for protecting our planet! I would say not to use anything disposable! It is such a simple thing to do! Cut out paper towels, paper and plastic bags, disposable diapers, etc!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com

one frugal lady said...

When I talk about cloth diapering, I usually get a disgusted face! People think that it must be really smelly and aweful!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com

musicmakingmomma said...

I have recently gotten rid of all paper towel and use washcloths, resuable bags and am wanting to try to cloth diaper my new baby and am researching more and more. I have a few but am trying to build my cloth diaper inventory:).

kimberlysummer40@aol.com

musicmakingmomma said...

I try to talk about cloth diaper to every mom I know and some are so supportive, but others look at me like I am crazy for trying and think it is not worth it.

kimberlysummer40@aol.com

Michelle - Mom of 3 Munchkins said...

A good tip is to buy as much local stuff as you can. It helps out small local businesses and reduces shipping from farther away.

Michelle - Mom of 3 Munchkins said...

I have told most of my friends about cloth diapers and also blog about them. I've have a few really interested, but none have switched so far.

Bethany said...

Besides cloth diapering, I think using natural cleaners is a great way to go more green and earth friendly. The chemicals in those things are crazy! I can't wait to get rid of all of mine and switch to all natural/homemade cleaners!

Jessie said...

My best tip is that it's ok to start small. You don't have to do everything all at once, you might go crazy and possibly broke ;) When you run out of something simply replace it with something eco-friendly.

Jessie said...

I tell everyone I know with kids about cloth diapering without shoving it down their throats. Most of them are VERY interested once they see how easy (and cute) they are!

Katrina said...

I started using cloth in January... and I have to say I am hands down sold! I love them! I tell everyone who asks me about them how wonderful and easy they are. I have had some friends who are skeptical, but by the time they are done talking to me they are ready to start! (One of my friends actually did!) So yeah.. I tell anyone who will listen! =)

Attila & Tamara said...

I think that cloth diapering is actually one of the best things I can do as a mom to protect the planet. I also have been trying to switch to more eco (and family) friendly cleaning products.

szogediek at yahoo dot com

Attila & Tamara said...

I spread the word about cloth diapers by just adding it into normal conversation. I'm not overly crazy about it, but if someone seems interested I talk about it!

szogediek at yahoo dot com

Domestic Diva said...

WE cloth diaper. We also reuse and make our own whenever we can. We have a goal to reuse, recycle, or compost everything (no trash!).

MommyMonkey said...

My best tips are when purchasing something, think about the long-term impact it will have. Can you use something else you already have for the same purpose? Also, when throwing something away, ask yourself if it can be used in some other way or donated to someone or some organization that could possibly use it? I see my neighbors with toys and strollers in their garbage and just wonder, could that have been fixed and given to someone less fortunate? Think, people.
sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

MommyMonkey said...

I spread the word about cloth diapers by talking about it, putting articles/info on my FB page and Tweeting about it. I think the reaction is usually positive, and I'm expecting more positive reactions when everyone sees how cute my newborn baby girl is in cloth! :)

sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

Renee said...

My best tip is to always think about the impact of your choices. When you do you are more likely to make GOOD choices.

Renee said...

I casually discuss that we use cloth whenever the opportunity comes up. Some are amazed and think I must be a saint, some are curious and others just seem completely put off by the idea of it. If I have time, I try to explain that its "not your grandmothers cloth diapers" :-)

Renee said...

Blogged at http://yocrunchymama.blogspot.com/
button and all.

AEK said...

Best tip to protecting our planet is to use vinegar and newspaper when cleaning your windows. Try it! It really works! and it reuses the newspapers.

Thanks for the fun Earth Day Giveaway!
angiedkelly at gmail dot com

AEK said...

I spread the word about cloth diapers by simply having my baby wear them out in public. More times than not it starts a conversation and new information that might not have been there is given. People are pretty open to the conversation as well. Lots of questions.

angiedkelly at gmail dot com

AEK said...

I posted about your giveaway/article on my blog at www.queenofthesnotprincesses.com (it is also under your Linky).

angiedkelly at gmail dot com

gracefuldesignscards.com said...

One way to introduce cloth diapers--share your current sewing project (diapers) to fellow crafters. Usually they are amazed.

I'd love to win Clever Clover. I had not heard of Smartipants, so it's intersting to know it's one of your favorites.

Hannah

Justine M. said...

One of the ways we save our planet is reusing instead of throwing away. I make clothes for my kids out of our old clothes and anything that can't be turned into clothes we use as rags. And we also use cloth wipes made out of flannel or even old shirts instead of disposable (Also CD, Breastfeed and recycle our cans)

j.mcdilda at gmail dot com

Justine M. said...

I tell as many people about cd's as I can, and I show them how easy and simple it is. Most my friends (early/mid 20's) think its gross. But my mom's friend who is pregnant w/ her 3rd (11 or so years later after her 2nd) was very interested and I showed her how they were different now days and how they fit on my daughter and she loves it and is buying diapers for her baby due in June now :D

j.mcdilda at gmail dot com

Jess (Life with BooBoo and Bug) said...

I like line-drying (when I can, hard to in an apt), and we recycle.

wernertjd AT yahoo DOT com

Mummatutu said...

I use cloth diapers as much as possible... I also use reusable containers for lunches and drinks and try to minimize the use of plastic (evil) bags from stores! I bring my own or go without a bag when I forget to bring my own. Plus side is I buy less when I forget my reusable shopping bags! LOL

mumma905708 at gmail dot com

Jess (Life with BooBoo and Bug) said...

I always describe myself as a cloth diapering mama. I let my DD stay comfy in a T and cute diaper and I talk on other baby sites about cloth diapering. The normal reaction I get is Isn't it hard or gross? So I just let them know that cloth diapering is so easy and saves the earth and me money!

wernertjd AT yahoo DOT com

Kristen said...

We reduce waste by passing on shoes and clothes that we no longer use but are still in good condition to friends or family or by selling them.

Mummatutu said...

I talk about cloth diapers to EVERYONE. I try to convert LOL everyone... I tell them how much better they are for there baby and also how much easier they are to use. I also include the down side because I think everyone should know that sometimes you gotta touch the poop! LOL I normally get eye rolls but that's usually because people around these parts just don't really care about the environment they care about convienence!

mumma905708 at gmail dot com

Kristen said...

I bring up cloth diapering in conversations with friends that have young children and those that haven't had any children yet. People usually have questions about washing them and how convenient they are to use. Very convenient!

James, Andrea, and Clara Smith said...

I put the cutest diaper I have on my daughter with a cute matching dress and go out. I show them off to young mom friends and giveaway my giveaways to those interested in starting to CD. I have not exactly recruited anyone yet. Even my family thinks I am nuts, but I will keep trying. Maybe after a couple more kiddos with thousands of dollars saved . . .

James.and.Andrea at gmail dot com

EmilyAnnPassaro said...

I use cloth diapers and have a garden.

Jenna said...

I talk about cloth diapers everywhere! Every online account I have, has some sort of reference to CD's contained in it. Also, I talk about CD's a lot on Facebook, and have gotten some interest from sposie mamas there. I've started keeping a cute cloth diaper in my purse/diaper bag at all times, even when kiddo isn't with me, and when people see it they start asking questions :)
missjennabelle at gmail dot com

EmilyAnnPassaro said...

I dress my boys in matching diapers when we go out. It's so cute and gets peoples' attention. I also give cloth diapers as baby shower gifts. A lot of people are surprised that they are so easy and not just the prefolds, pins, and plastic covers most people think of when they think of cloth.

The Jacobsen Family! said...

Actually most people dont realize we will be cloth diapering this baby (although all of my FB friends/family are aware of a recent HUGE love of cloth diapers). We just recently announced the pregnancy and so they're probably aware now! LOL!
I know some will think I'm crazy and tell me, others will just raise their eyebrows, and I think about 5 may be open to the idea. =)
garyandalesha at cox dot ent

The Jacobsen Family! said...

Best tip for protecting our planet is to get involved doing something, anything, to help! I think people feel overwhelmed and dont realize that you've got to start somewhere, and if everyone started somewhere it would make a huge difference! Recycle and reuse are the 2 easiest for anyone to do!
garyandalesha at cox dot net

Lisa said...

I use cloth diapers and wipes. I also try to use reusable containers like Tupperware instead of using plastic baggies that get thrown away.

Lisa said...

I talk to my friends and relatives about using cloth diapers and tell them how great I think they are. I've also had my daughter in just a shirt and cloth diaper when the weather is nice so people can see the cloth diapers. Some of my friends have been very interested and have considered switching to cloth, but some of them say there is no way they would do it, because they don't want to deal with cleaning the poop off of the diapers.

Jill said...

My tip to protect our plante: WALK! People need to stop driving everywhere. We can ride a bike, walk, carpool, public transportation, anything would help.

jilldaniel_wv@yahoo.com

Jill said...

How I spread the word about cloth diapers--I try to make sure my baby is dressed so that it shows off her diapers. And if anyone notices her diaper I try to engage them in conversation about cloth. Most people have the reaction that cloth has come a long way from what they remember. I think I'm going to start giving cloth diapers as baby shower gifts, whether or not the mom-to-be wants to use cloth!

jilldaniel_wv@yahoo.com

jdeemarie said...

My best advice is to reuse everything possible. The less that ends up in the landfills, the better for us. Use as little as possible.

jdeemarie @ gmail.com

jdeemarie said...

I try to spread the word about cloth diapering by showing them how cute and easy cloth diaper are. I like to post pictures of my little ones sporting cloth diapers on Facebook so my online friends can see them, also. I frequently get comments about how cute they are. I occasionally get questions about them. Most of the time, people just keep their mouth shut (I have no idea what they are thinking!).

jdeemarie @ gmail.com

Isi and Jas' mom said...

Recycle and reuse! I also shop garage/consignment sales to keep stuff from going into a lanfill and I sell at them too!
mstlee2000 @ hotmail.com

Jillian said...

I'm new to the cloth diapering scene but I am an addict already! I am part of a large MOMS group and spread the word about how easy it is and great for the environment. People normally look at me like I'm nuts, but I've converted a few of them!

jilliandeluca at yahoo . com

Jillian said...

One way we help to protect our planet is to use reusable containers, as well as reusable plates instead of paper. We NEVER use paper plates or plastic cups in this house! We also make our own detergent which cuts down the amount of plastic we use in a BIG way!

jilliandeluca at yahoo dot com

Mummatutu said...

posted the topic on my blog http://mummasaidso.blogspot.com/2010/04/fluff-talk-thursday.html

mumma905708 at gmail dot com

Ali said...

I talk about how wonderful cloth diapering is to everyone! I even sell cloth accessories on Etsy! Most people are neither supportive or unsupportive. I have convinced one friend so far, although I think she's given it up now.

Ali said...

My best tip for protecting the planet is to garden. Grow your own fruits and veggies and you'll save money, gas (driving to the store and delivery trucks), pesticides, and plastic/paper bags you'd be putting these groceries in at the store. Not to mention it is great exercise and a great way to get the whole family involved.

Mr. & Mrs. Fisher said...

I find the best way to spread the world is by word of mouth. I talk to all my mommy friends and mommies I meet about cloth diapering. It's amazing how little people know about it!

Huppie Mama said...

As a mother, the best tip for protecting the planet is breastfeeding - saves plastic, metal, gasoline, etc.

huppiemama(at)gmail(dot)com

Huppie Mama said...

Funny you ask about spreading the word regarding cloth diapers... Just today, I was at my local Whole Foods, and I noticed they don't care any cloth diapers. I actually went to the message board at the front and left a message, suggesting they carry at least one brand. I'm hoping by making them more accessible at a mainstream location, more people will start to use them!

huppiemama(at)gmail(dot)com

Mandy All said...

I try to make do with things I have first, to conserve resources. If I need to buy something, I try to buy it used first. Energy efficient, "green" things are not very green if it means the item it's replacing is going in the trash.

Mandy All said...

I try to convince pretty much everyone I can to cloth diaper, lol. Most people will not be persuaded, but I still try. There are so many health, environmental, and financial benefits that I just wish people would at least try it. I think if more people just tried it, they'd see that's it's really no harder than disposables

Stephanie said...

I love to share with anyone who asks that yes, I cloth diaper and yes, I LOVE it. I also tell them how easy it is and why I love it (cheaper, cuter, better for baby, better for the environment.

Stephanie said...

One of my favorite ways to protect the environment is by cloth diapering, but I also have switched to natural household cleaners, reusable shopping bags, and growing my own veggies.

Rebecca O said...

We use several fabric snack bags. Reusable storage containers rather then baggies are the way to go for leftovers. I am going to start making my own detergent as soon as the jug of regular stuff I have is gone!! We recycle everything that can possibly be recycled where we live. We also make sure to buy used: thrift stores, consignment shops, yard/garage sales. My family and friends all trade stuff that has become "old to us" for their "new to us" stuff. Cloth diapering....of course. I am also going to look into having a garden this year, (we rent so it might not be an option...I don't know yet). We make our own soda (thanks to Soda Stream).

Anyway...we try to do everything we can!

Rebecca O said...

We talk to our family and friends about it. I am going to try to start blogging more about it as well. So far...everyone I have talked to is encouraging us to keep going with it.

Stacy Whalen said...

My best tip is to not be wasteful in anything you do. That covers a lot of ground.
stacywhalen at yahoo dot com

Stacy Whalen said...

To spread the word, I suggest CDing to expecting friends, explain it to nursery workers, and just answer questions if anyone asks.
stacywhalen at yahoo dot com

Hippie4ever said...

Best tip: reduce & reuse...every little bit helps...use cloth diapers, reusable H2O bottles even less TP :) every little bit helps

Hippie4ever said...

I mainly let my Baby's cute cloth covered bum speak for me...most people tell me they wish they had done it.

fancygrlnancy said...

for the best tip I just try to take one thing at a time... I always recycle. I use reusable bags (for this remember the bags when you go in the store, can't tell you how many times I forget.) And I cloth diaper my guy and love it.
bwneyes100 AT hotmail DOT com

fancygrlnancy said...

I tell everyone I know that I cloth diaper! Most are surprised and kind of shocked.. I even jump on a computer when I am near one and show them all the cute diapers (if lo is not with me). I also love when his cd sticks out of his clothing and people ask. Its an excuse to talk about it.
bwneyes100 AT hotmail DOT com

fancygrlnancy said...

I blogged and linked up!
http://arizonamama-fancygrlnancy.blogspot.com/2010/04/fluff-talk-thursdays-banner-happy-earth.html

SCMOMOF2BOYS said...

I think that cloth diapering is sooo important and I think the best tip for pur planet, is to recycle as much as you possibly can. It creates less space and less waste. Your children will thank you for it. It is a gift that keeps on giving to your children's children.

SCMOMOF2BOYS said...

I am a SAHM so I spread the word about cloth at church and at school functions with other Mom's. Until Mom's see and touch the diapers they have terrible images of rubber pants and big fat diaper pins. They just have no clue how far it's come. They also think it is so nasty and it's not. It's actually gross IMO to use disposables. They stink and you can't get rid of the odor until you empty the trash. I really get mixed reactions from people. Mostly disbelief.

Mama Lungo said...

My best tip for protecting the planet is education. What I mean is that my husband and I have already started educating our daughter about recycling, reusing, and living a less impactful life.

Mama Lungo said...

I tell blog about cloth diapers, FB, tweet and tell eveyone I know. We are newish to CDing and I can't quit raving about it. I wish we would have CDed our oldest. Most people just smile and nod and a lot of people make comments like "I wish I had time to cloth diaper." or "Disposables are just easier."

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