The mission of Thirsties, Inc. is to make it easy and affordable for every family to choose cloth while simultaneously investing in our local economy and sustainable business practices.

We are committed to building our business in a sustainable manner by focusing on the health of our babies and the environment. Only the best USA-sourced components are chosen for our products in order to reduce our carbon footprint, to help support domestic textile mills and our local economy, and to ensure that Thirsties diapers will last wash after wash. We are committed to creating only the highest quality products and dedicated to providing exceptional design and unparalleled performance while saving you money.


We are very proud of the fact that all Thirsties products are manufactured in Colorado, USA, by a group of very talented individuals, many of whom are moms who work in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. With your support, we are able to employ more staff each year, helping to support more families in our local community.

Each and every aspect of the design of our diapers is carefully considered, and all fabrics and components are vigilantly selected for their extremely high quality. Thirsties, Inc. strives to provide the very best products available for comfortable, leak-proof cloth diapering while operating in accordance with superior ethical business practices. …[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”12″ size_format=”px”]Read more About Thirsties Inc[/typography]


Dirty Diaper Laundry’s founder, Kim Rosas, has been using Thirsties products since the very beginning.  In fact, the XS Thirsties cover was the first diaper ever worn by her newborn son back in 2008.  DDL has been witness to the company’s growth, the changing of ownership from Erin Kimmet to the Merrill family, and even more growth.  Thirsties has maintained their commitment to being an affordable cloth diaper solution that manufactures in the US.  In 2009 Kim interviewed the creator of Thirsties.  Recently, Maria of Change-Diapers did an updated interview with the new owners- the Merrill Family.

Reviews of their products linked below:

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