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ALVABABY Baby Cloth Nappies One Size Adjustable Washable Reusable for Baby Girls and Boys 6 Pack with 12 Inserts 6BM98-AU

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Size 18 Count (Pack of 1)
Age range (description) Toddler
Brand ALVABABY
Colour 6BM98
Target audience Unisex-Babies

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  • FASION & STYLISH -Why not get these reusable, washable super-absorbent and comfortable cloth nappies / diapers, which are also called modern cloth nappies (MCNs) or pocket nappies. For your baby, for the cost of buying disposable nappies, these reusable nappies and inserts will last you for a much longer period of time.
  • HIGN QUALITY, ADJUSTABLE, REUSABLE & WATERPROOF -Outer layer: polyester with waterproof and breathable TPU .It's convenient for mammy to carry baby while taking a walk or doing chores. Inner layer: suede cloth inside, it does not hold moisture itself ,the moisture get drawn away to the insert to keep your baby dry . Insert: each diaper would come with two 3-layer microfiber inserts. Insert dimension approx 13.7” x 5.5”.
  • SAVE MONEY & ECO-FRIENDLY-Our reusable cloth diapers are designed for families who require premium products. Suitable for babies and toddlers 3kg-15kg (6.6 – 33 pounds) (a rough guide for reference only) .Length of Diaper: 15” in length X 13” in width. One size fits all– you can adjust the diaper to your desired size (S,M or L) by snapping onto different rows of buttons on the nappy.
  • ENJOY -Hip snaps and crossover snaps to prevent “wing droop”. Washable, waterproof and breathable.Comfortable elastic legging area to prevent leaking. Package included: 6 diapers +12 inserts.
  • SINCERE SERVICE & NO RISK -1 year guarantee. If you have any problems with the product, please feel free to contact us, we’ll send you a new one or refund your money of your choice.
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Style of diaper: One size Pocket Digital Printing diapers
Pocket diapers are easy to use, machine washable and dryable
The bottom three rows of snaps (the rise) are for adjusting the size to fit a small (8-15 lb), medium (12-25 lb), or large (20-35 lb) child. Simply adjust the size as your baby grows make this diaper a one size style diaper from birth to potty training

Size

Length of nappy:39cm in length X 35cm in width,for babies weighing 3-15kg

Material

Outer - A waterproof & breathable PUL
Inner - Suede cloth: Suede cloth wicks moisture away from baby's bottom. It is an excellent choice next to baby's skin for pocket style cloth diapers. Liquid passes right through suede cloth into the inner absorbent layers of the insert. Unlike fleece there is no pilling.
Insert - 3-layer ultra-absorbent microfiber insert
Package included: 6 diaper + 12 inserts.
Color: as pictured

Care

Wash temperature: less than 86 Fahrenheit to avoid the PUL from delaminating.
Please wash diaper covers and inserts separately,
Please do not wash diapers together with your other clothes.
You can add a little salt in the water when you wash diapers.

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Julia M.
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT value, but perhaps not the best Cloth Diaper out there
Reviewed in the United States on 22 January 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT value, but perhaps not the best Cloth Diaper out there
Reviewed in the United States on 22 January 2018
It was a hard debate whether to give these 4 or 5 stars. I went with 5 stars because for the price, these are my favorite cloth diapers and will be my go-to diapers if I need to order more, but they are not what I would consider to be the best.

Backstory: I cloth diapered my first child using a combination of BumGenius All-in-Ones, FuzziBunz Pocket Diapers (Seconds), and I had 2 BumGenius Freetimes. I bought a nice recommended, organic detergent to wash them in and in a short time, my baby had ammonia burns on his bottom. We have EXTREMELY hard water and they weren't getting clean enough. A google search gave me multiple sources recommending to use Tide Original Powder to wash them in and although it voided the warranties, to me using Tide was a no brainer when it came to ammonia burns on my baby's bottom. Additionally, we live in Northeast Ohio which made hanging diapers out to dry in the winter impossible. The BumGenius All-in-Ones (my favorites) took forever to line dry (especially indoors) which resulted in us having to tumble dry them on low. Between the Tide, the hard water, and putting them in the dryer, our diapers lasted 2 years. The PUL was peeling and efforts to re-waterproof them failed (see attached picture). When I was pregnant with my second child, I looked into new cloth diapers because the cost savings and environmental impact will always be worth it to me to cloth diaper. I didn't want to spend the roughly $20 per diaper for the BumGenius diapers, so with these averaging out to around $5 a diaper, I took a chance. I bought 3 packs of 6 - costing me roughly $90 and I have a great rotation of diapers and only have to wash them every few days. I've been using them for 6 months with my second born and I couldn't be happier!!!

First of all, I've always struggled with the absorbency issue with cloth diapers (although, side note, I have had WAY less poop blowouts in cloth than when we use disposables when we're on trips away from home - another perk of cloth diapers!). No cloth diaper is as absorbent as a disposable so you need to be prepared to change diapers more frequently. BumGenius were my favorite because their PUL is folded over onto the waist tabs, along with the top edges on the front and back which is helpful in preventing leaks (see uploaded photos for comparisons). The snaps are FANTASTIC for sizing. I hated the drying time with the All-in-Ones - even out on the line they didn't dry as quickly. The Freetimes dried more quickly, but I didn't find them to be as absorbent. I thought I would hate stuffing the inserts into the FuzziBunz pockets, but stuffing wasn't bad at all. What I disliked about the Fuzzibunz is that you had to adjust the elastic on the leg holes and the waist to size the diapers. Ugh! It was a huge pain and I didn't feel they were as absorbent.

So for the AlvaBaby Diapers to have the snaps for sizing and a GREAT price - I was sold. A major perk is that I can hang these diapers up in my dark, cold, below ground basement during winter in Northeast Ohio and they dry overnight - no more having to use the dryer which gives me hope that they may last longer than 2 years. I still wash them in Tide and I wash the shells in warm water, extra rinse, heavy soil setting and I wash the inserts separately - also in Tide, hot water, extra rinse, heavy soil setting.

Leaks do happen with the AlvaBaby diapers. If you look at the uploaded pictures of the one on Baby, anywhere the white, inner lining is showing is a potential leak spot where it touches Baby's clothing. I really try to make sure that fleece lining is tucked inside the diaper, which helps to minimize leaking. Also, several of the AlvaBaby diapers have a velvety/velour type cover which is more prone to leaks than the more "plasticy" covers because they absorb moisture from the inside liner too (see the cow print cover vs. plain blue photo). The styles and colors available are really adorable and I've gotten a lot of compliments. Sorry for the lengthy review, but all in all, these are a GREAT value in cloth diapering and I would absolutely buy them again and recommend them to anyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Work Great, inexpensive, and great for daycare
Reviewed in the United States on 18 May 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Work Great, inexpensive, and great for daycare
Reviewed in the United States on 18 May 2018
All right, so I have been using cloth diapers since my son was born coming up on a year. I used newborn diapers for the first 2 months (Alva and Kawaii) and then I started using these. These were actually the very first pocket cloth diapers I ever got. These ended up being my favorite. They fit the best, I love the solid colors, and they are easy to customize.

A note about inserts:
Really, you are just getting these inserts for free. These two microfiber inserts may be enough for your baby up until s/he is 1 year old, but probably not. A term that is used around cloth diaper communities a lot is "heavy wetter". The problem with this term is it's ambiguous. So I'm going to try my best to explain absorbency.

The two inserts that come with this diaper each hold about 4oz of liquid. My son outgrew this absorbancy by 3 months old. Standard flats hold 8oz. So if your child can't make it 2 hours on a standard flat, they won't make it on 2 microfiber inserts which will result in leaks.

Once my son started to need more absorbency, I started stuffing his diapers with 1 microfiber and 1 Osocozy flat. That is what I've been putting in his diapers ever since. He has never had a leak.

And that's why pockets are great. You can customize the absorbency.

Also, I've never had a blow out with Alvababy diapers.

Alvababy diapers also happen to be the diapers that fit my son the best. I have Blueberry, Grovia, Bestbottoms, Thirsties, and Mama Kalooa and I can't stand the way the snaps are on any of them.

With that being said, around the time my son was 4 months, I decided I had found which diapers were my favorite and I put a bunch up. I only kept 18 out and have used those ever since. I wash my diapers every other day and with so little in rotating, they got washed a lot. Yet, they still look amazing! I hear so many people slamming Alvababy for quality, but I just haven't experienced that. I wash with Tide and Oxiclean and I put in the dryer on medium.

I decided it was time to go to work and found a daycare that accepts cloth diapers. I realized with working that I might not want to stuff diapers every other night. I still plan on washing every other day but plan to do stuffing on Sundays. I decided I wanted to have enough that are preped Monday through Friday. When I was deciding on which brand to buy more of, it was a no-brainer. I chose Alvababy. I am obsessed with the solid color prints, so I decided to buy more of these and then I got some other colors from other websites.

I now own 45 Alvababy diapers. You definitely don't need that many! But, for me I just wanted to have enough for the week for daycare. It would probably be easier to send flats/covers to daycare, but like most daycares, they require the whole diaper to be changed.

Therefore, I highly recommend these to people. I have never had a single issue with any of my Alvababy diapers with almost a year of use. In my opinion, you are better off saving money on buying a cheaper shell and spending money on absorbency because absorbency is where most people run into issues with leaking. I don't find the PUL or snaps to be any better on expensive brands.

Also, I love that I don't need to worry about daycare or another caregiver ruining an expensive diaper. If daycare loses one, it's not a big deal. However, if daycare lost a Ragababe diaper or another expensive diaper, it would be a big deal!

If you do have issues, I highly recommend you contact Alvababy directly. I've never had to, but moms in some of the cloth diaper groups I'm part of contacted Alvababy directly. If you have a snap fall off, quality issues, or what not it's worth calling them. The moms who did have to call, got replacements sent.

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1st-Just a pic showing this 6 pack (the old ones) mixed with newer Alvas I have bought. I haven’t received my new 6 pack yet.
2nd-Inside of old one versus brand new diaper.
3rd-Outside of old one versus brand new diaper. Note: The green diaper has snap blockers in place because I was prepping it for daycare.

I know it will be hard to see in the pic, but I’m trying to show how well these held up with everyday use for 9 months.
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ingred smith
5.0 out of 5 stars Catchin’ the messes for the massses!
Reviewed in the United States on 15 August 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Catchin’ the messes for the massses!
Reviewed in the United States on 15 August 2019
Yo girl has switched over from disposable to these cloth diapers for her 2 month old. Sure she’s got the coin, but why pay for trash when you can be addin’ To the stash?! Homegirl is saving up for one of those nice water floss machines. Anywho, homebaby does fine in these diapers. He has leaked through but can go about 2-3 hours without a change. As for #2? (Poop) Homegirl changes it right away. She dunks the chunks, soaks the diaper until wash day, and then washes a load of them. Homegirl bought 18 diapers and so far it lasts her 2.5 days before she has to wash them. And she didn’t pay for the fancy patterns. Her homebaby is learnin early to not fall for the upcharge. And while other brands may be better quality, these are $5 each! It don’t get better than that. Homegirl also bought the alvibaby charcoal Bamboo inserts which are much sturdier and easier to insert into the diaper. She recommends those.
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Michael H.
1.0 out of 5 stars HORRIBLE
Reviewed in the United States on 29 March 2020
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Niki
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! Cloth Diaper Mama Impressed
Reviewed in the United States on 10 June 2017
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