Thirsties V2 AIO All in One Cloth Diaper
Thirsties has widened the soaker for a bit more absorbency. They have also removed the fleece from the leg gussets to help reduce the chance of wicking when the insert is wet.
Thirsties All in Ones have a waterproof outer layer so they do not need a diaper cover. The sewn-in soaker is enough absorbency for most babies, but the front pocket opening allows you to add an insert for more absorbency for heavy wetters, overnights or long car rides.
All in One cloth diapers are as easy to use as disposables. They are a convenient option for those who don't want to mess with a diaper cover or folding and securing a diaper. Thirsties diapers fasten with hook and loop tape (kind of like Velcro) so there are no pins or snaps to mess with. Just place the diaper under baby, wrap the tabs around and fasten the tabs.
Washing cloth diapers will take you just a few minutes a day - and can save your family thousands of dollars over the cost of disposables. The average family saves $1500-2,000 per child when they cloth diaper. You'll benefit your baby's health and the environment while pocketing substantial savings. In fact, you'll save so much it will be like paying yourself $15 an hour - tax-free - to run a few extra loads of laundry each week. You'll keep thousands of pounds of decaying diapers out of the landfills, keep more trees in the ground where they belong, and keep dioxins and other toxic chemicals out of our environment.
To learn more about how wasy it is to cloth diaper and the benefits of cloth diapers, go to Little for Now.
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