All in one cloth diapers are a wonderful concept in baby care. Up until 1948, when Johnson & Johnson introduced mass-marketed disposable diapers in the United States, diapers were cloths that you had to fold in different ways for boys and girls, and baby wipes were designated wash cloths or rags. From 1970 to 1991, disposable diapers went from 0.3% of municipal waste to 2.1% – which may not sound like much, until you realize that it will be 2500 before the early twenty-first century disposable diapers will finish biodegrading. When you consider this, as well as the fact that many infants have allergies to the chemicals in disposable diapers, a return to cloth diapers seems like a good idea, but NOT a return to all that folding! Fortunately, Kanga Care offers some wonderful options for today’s parents.