Posted in Babies, Diapering

Cloth diapers

I would like to make the switch, but would like to know what brands you all suggest and why! Thank you!

  • Lily
    Oct 25, 2018

    Hi! I really like my Rumparooz! They are the inserts style, and hold everything in really well. I got them used from a friend, and have been using them for about a year now, still work really well!

  • Hailli
    Oct 25, 2018

    I got some Alva diapers off Amazon and switched the microfiber inserts to Grovia prefolds. These worked great for us (4 years and using them with my 9 month old) but some people have gotten shells that delaminate quickly. I found Bumgenius All-in-one's to be very bulky but some people love them.

  • Ivy
    Oct 25, 2018

    Alva's are a great, inexpensive pocket diaper with newborn sizes as well. Alvas work well with all sorts of inserts (I really hate microfiber inserts tho! They leak and stink easily) The stay dry material works great and keep kiddos dry. My all time favorite brand has to be Grovia tho. For the price of the diaper, it's actually worth it! It's around BumGenius prices, so considerably on the low price compared to other mainstream brands, but I much prefer Grovia, especially the ONE diapers. It's very absorbent and feels like a luxury diaper. I also recommend joining Fluff Love and Cloth Diaper Science on FB, if you haven't already 😊