Waterproof outer
layer in 14 colors
Mini gussets to
hold in messes
Top stitching for durability
Universal snap-in
Three rows of snaps
for ultimate adjustability
  • No need to purchase multiple sizes as diaper adjusts to fit your growing baby.
  • 3 rows of rise snaps for ultimate adjustability (newborn to toddler).
  • Waterproof shell keeps wetness in.
  • Soft fleece lining wicks away moisture.
  • No need to replace the outer shell at every diaper change.
  • Fleece lined elasticized leg and back openings for added comfort.
  • Snaps in and out-easy to remove and replace.
  • 3 liner options provide protection where it's needed most.  Up front for
    boys (blue), middle for girls (pink) and equal padding for all (white).
  • Fleece topped microfiber absorbs 5 times a normal towel.
  • Elasticized sides for a contoured fit.
  • In 2 1/2 years the typical baby uses 6500 diapers costing approximately $2,000.
  • 24 cloth diapers and extra liners cost around $480, plus 2 years of laundering at
    $180 per year or $840.
  • Cloth diapers can be used for multiple children increasing your cost savings.
  • Toddlers are known to potty train an average of 6 months earlier when wearing
    cloth diapers.
  • Reduces landfill waste-no one knows how long it takes for disposables to
    decompose... it could be 500 years!
  • Eliminates your baby's exposure to harmful dioxins, tributyl-tin, and sodium
  • The manufacturing and use of disposable diapers can amount to 2-3 times more
    wasted water than using cloth diapers.
  • 24-36 All-in-Two diapers
  • 12 extra liner/soaker pads (for nighttime and naptime)
  • 1 diaper pail
  • 1-2 wet totes (for carrying used diapers when away from home)
  • Use snaps to adjust diaper height
  • Diaper should be snug for proper fit
  • Change diaper as needed (usually every 2-3 hours)
  • Wash inserts in hot water 4-5 times before first use.  Up to 10 washings may be
    required to reach maximum absorbency.  Tumble dry low or line dry.
  • DO NOT USE fabric softeners, bleach, fabric whiteners or dryer sheets.
  • If liner is soiled, remove and flush solids.
  • Liners and shells can be stored in a diaper pail, but launder within 2-3 days.
  • Outer shell can be re-used if not soiled or wet.
  • Launder full cycle in hot water with 1/4-1/2 the amount of recommended detergent
    (fragrance free is best).
  • DO NOT USE fabric softeners, bleach, fabric whiteners, or dryer sheets (they
    interfere with maximum absorbancy).
  • Insert/soaker pad-tumble dry low or line dry (no dryer sheets).
  • Outer Shell-line dry to extend the life of the diaper.
  • Launder again if odors remain as diaper may be harboring bacteria.
  • Do not use diaper creams.
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