I have both the organic cotton and stay dry liners. They are very soft and absorbent but do take a long time to prep and a long time to dry. My son is incredibly active and they bunch up on him, so poop frequently gets on the shells. After trying 5 different brands of cloth diapers, GroVia has been my favorite thus far. The organic cotton bunch up a little less.
Reviewed by: Brooke from Gibbon, NE.
Very absorbent takes forever to prep though
I like these but they took my forever to prep. Once they were prepped they were extremely absorbent but aren't the soft after prepping. Still I really like them. They sometimes bunch and cause poo to get on the shells though.
Reviewed by: Jeffrey McNeal from fl.
I like the hemp
I like the stay dry version with the hemp and fleece. I also really like that these have a tube shape so that they can both clean and dry better (turn them inside out when drying, and they dry almost as fast as my other insets). However, the fleece on top and the TPU on the bottom make these inserts on the thicker side. They are not the trimmest option, and the gussets do not always hold #2 in.
Reviewed by: Misty from Colorado.
perfect for overnight but the price is a bit expensive for an insert
Reviewed by: Casey from California.
great for infants
I have the organic cotton ones.
Great idea with the pul on the back of the soaker, that actually allows you to use the shell more than once.
But in time (more than half a year), it starts tearing on sides. Also, this one is quite narrower compared to the stay dry ones, and when baby becomes very active, it gets piled in the middle of the soaker a lot, so it leaks on sides at larger quantities
Reviewed by: Mirela Munteanu from Bucharest.