All in One cloth diapers can be harder to wash and dry than other diapers, but Drybees All in One Hybrid Pocket diaper offers an easy to clean diaper that is as easy to use as a disposable. We have a wide variety of diapers in our cloth diaper stash and yet I find myself reaching for the Drybees All in One diapers before almost any other diaper.
Drybees All in One Hybrid Pocket diapers offer the best of the all-in-one diaper with the best of a pocket diaper. Drybees All in One Hybrid Pocket diapers have a sewn in 3 layer microfiber insert, so most babies don't need any extra absorbency for day time. No cover, no pins, no fuss. Use it just like a disposable without the money-wasting, environmentally damaging throw-it-away part! Have a heavy wetter? Planning a long car ride? Or just need something extra for overnights? Then add another insert and you are good to go.
Drybees All In One Hybrid diapers fasten with velcro-like tabs, so they are easy to use, even for babysitters and others new to cloth. Even those who use prefolds or other cloth-diapering systems like to keep a few Drybees Hybrid All in One diapers on hand for outings, daycare, or others not used to cloth diapers.
All Drybees diapers are made with polyester PUL (polyurethane laminate) so there is no wicking at the legs as can happen with other fabrics. The inner lining is a soft, custom-made suede cloth so your baby will feel dry, even when the diaper is not. The suede cloth also offers an easy clean surface that most messes won't stick to. Simply shake it over the toilet to remove the majority of the mess, then store it in a dry diaper pail until wash day.
My favorite insert is a hemp prefold (such as a Little for Now organic cotton / hemp prefold). Hemp is super absorbent and easy on the environment. It makes a very thirsty insert and a trifolded prefold works great because it offers 6 layers of absorbency, yet unfolds to just 2 layers for fast washing and drying. You get the absorbency without the bulk or hassle.
Drybees All in One diapers are a creation of Lisa Adkins, owner of both Drybees and Wahmies. Lisa started making and selling cloth diapers in 2003 when her own little ones were sleeping at night. The business eventually outgrew what one woman can do, so she started working with seamstresses - other work at home moms (WAHMs). Lisa offers great products and helps support other WAHMs all over the world who sell her products.
Drybees have a great fit and are made with the highest quality materials and grat workmanship. One reason I love carrying Drybees in my store is that I know the owner of Drybees stands behind her products with an integrity I have rarely seen with other manufacturers.
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