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bnwhitaker 08-06-2011 11:17 AM

Night Time-
 
If there is a leak from the fitted diaper would the wool or fleece cover keep the wet in?

pnutandmunchkin 08-06-2011 11:20 AM

Re: Night Time-
 
Yes, I use Grovia hybrid right now and need to use a Dancing Bear Fleece Cover or one of my wool ones to keep the leaks in. I'm in the process of experimenting with Sbish fitteds with my fleece/wool with great success as well. I've had to use an extra hemp insert to make them water tight!

YiddleDoppers 08-06-2011 01:00 PM

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A fleece cover may help to keep PJs and bedding dry. Wool would actually absorb the liquid and would be a better choice, imo. :goodvibes:

bnwhitaker 08-06-2011 01:34 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by YiddleDoppers (Post 13508097)
A fleece cover may help to keep PJs and bedding dry. Wool would actually absorb the liquid and would be a better choice, imo. :goodvibes:

What in your opinion is a good choice for wool. I just want one that doesnt leak. Price and cuteness are not a concern to me. Just want it to be good quality and work well. Do you have a sugestion?

Thanks!

YiddleDoppers 08-06-2011 02:42 PM

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Ummm ... :blush: I really haven't tried any other than the ones I make :hide:
But I hear good things about S'bish, Disana and Imse Vimse. Look for one that has plenty of coverage where your leaks are occurring (ie waist, legs, etc). Wool interlock is the softest, but also the most expensive. Upcycled wool is more affordable and works SUPER well -- IF it's done right. hth :)


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