These are amazing wraps! First ones I've tried. We used to be a pocket diaper family and have moved into homemade cloth diapers that I needed covers for. I bought based on reviews and these are amazing. We've had NO LEAKS not even at night! Will be buying more for our baby who's arriving in a few short months.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Smith from Virginia, MN.
I've been using cloth diapers for almost 5 years now, going on my third child. I recently made the switch from aplix to snaps because the snaps seem to last longer, without laundry fuzz getting caught in the hook/loop or just wearing down faster. I love these Thirsties Duos as a great in-between choice from the single sized (S,M,L) and all-in-ones. Thanks for a great product!
Reviewed by: D from USA.
First time mom
We decided to cloth diaper our baby (first child) but found the Best Bottoms we had to be too bulky for those first few weeks. Our baby was 6 lbs 5 oz. I didn't start cloth until about week 3 when I purchased a Thirsties size 1 hook and loop along with xs Imagine prefolds. The combo is great and we've had maybe one small leak but way less than we experienced with disposables. (hook and loop fits newborns much easier than the snaps)
Reviewed by: Sarah from Richland Center, WI.
I love Thirsties!
To me, Thirsties give me the most "bang for my buck." They are very well-made--sturdy, cute, and they prevent leakage more than any other cloth diaper cover I've personally used. We use prefolds with our Thirsties diapers and haven't had any issues. I love that I only have to purchase 2 sets of the Duos, covering all of our diaper cover needs through potty-training. No complaints!
Reviewed by: Brenda Cluff from North Texas.
I have been using Thirsties for a couple years now. Wish I had tried the snaps before buying all mine with aplix, the aplix wore out immediately & it wasn't Thirsties problem. I was loaned a duo with snaps & haven't looked back. All but one of mine are currently duo snaps. I am having no issues with them, unless I don't get the diaper tucked in, usually when I am in a huge hurry, but that's my fault. All in all I like the duo with snaps, but wouldn't recommend the aplix.
Reviewed by: Becca Rice from Caldwell, Idaho.