These seem to be good quality and absorbent, but I got annoyed with how slow drying they were. They are pretty bulky too, but not too expensive either. I have others I like better tho.
Reviewed by: Tricia from OK.
I have both the organic and stretchy cotton for my 4 year old night wetter. They are both very nice, but it's worth noting that the 100% organic cotton does shrink significantly more than the fabric with the polyester blend. It's about 3 inches shorter when the two are opened up next to each other. Some people might like this since it causes the elastic to gather up more.
Reviewed by: Jessica from Saint Paul, Mn.
Overnight cloth diaper
I have been daytime cloth diapering for over a year. I gave up on overnight cd in the beginning bc I could not find a product that didn't leak, or cause wetness etc.
I'm sooooo excited to say I have found a overnight product that doesn't break the bank and works. I paired the diaper with a hemp insert and a mother ease insert and my all in one cover. While the diaper was bulky it lasted 12 hours and the outside( front) just started to get damp. I can't explain how thrilled I am on my overnight success.
I only purchased one diaper to ensure they worked on my heavy wetter and I def will be purchasing a few more!!
Reviewed by: Erin from Boynton beach, fl.
Like very much
I have the bamboo unbleached in large (have them in small also, but these are getting small), am going to use them as nighttime diapers when my son gets bigger, with extra inserts though. Very very nice and soft, do need extra inserts for nighttime use, and they are quite big, loose on the legs for now at least, but I think they will be very nice when he gets bigger. AND they will last until he is done with diapers, I'm sure. So very please indeed!
Reviewed by: Helene from Norway.
Great fitted diaper
I've tried several fitteds, and these are my favorite. Fairly bulky, but that adds to the absorbency. Quite roomy on my 20+ lb, 7 month old, but it allows room for inserts and growing. She HATES lying down for diaper changes so I like that I can button these up and then pull them up on her (although I still have to wrangle her to put on the cover). I typically use a Thirsties cover, which fits fine except the little ruffly leg openings sometimes pop out.
Reviewed by: Amber from Pennsylvania.