A business woman. A friend, wife and daughter. An environmentalist. But like most women out there, I am, first and foremost, a mom. My name is Sandra Beck and I’m the proud founder of Tidy Tots Diapers. I find inspiration and motivation from our smallest, sweetest, messiest, most adorable creations. Our children. And I strive to make their world a better place.
After decades of owning and operating a software company, I decided to turn the page and take on a new challenge. Since then I have dedicated my endeavors to changing the environment our children live in and making it safer, cleaner and healthier.
Tidy Tots® uses only high grade materials – from our fabrics to the elastics – to give our diapers durability and comfort. We want you to be completely satisfied. When it comes to manufacturing, we are proud to partner with Herkimer Industries, a certified ARC facility that hires and trains individuals with disabilities, supported by non-disabled employees. …read more about Tidy Tots.
DDL first learned about Tidy Tots at a baby industry expo. Their story is quite different than most other cloth diaper brands that usually started with a mom sewing diapers by hand. The creator, Sandra Beck, already had success in another industry. Tidy Tots was her passion project and second career. She put a lot of time and research into creating her cloth diaper. The design was unique and the concept was attractive. Unfortunately, Kim didn’t get to test it since her sons were out of diapers by the time this brand was introduced but her contributor Lara did use it.
Tidy Tots are made in Upstate New York and sewn by adults with disabilities. Sandra has a palpable passion for keeping production domestic and for providing opportunities for individuals who often have none.
Along with their One Size diapering system Tidy Tots has a newborn diaper and flushable liners. They also make diapers in larger sizes by request for individuals with special needs.[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”20″ size_format=”px”]DDL has reviewed Tidy Tots:[/typography]