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MrsHarper 04-29-2012 05:34 PM

What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
Hello Ladies!

I'm NEW at cloth diapers but I'm excited to start! My son is 7 months and I plan on using cloth diapers at night when he urinates a lot! Which one do you love the best for a heavy wetter?

mountainmommy 05-05-2012 05:44 PM

Re: What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
I am useing Kushies ultra lite for nighttime, they hold lots of pee! I got mine on diapers.com, they are about $12.

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MahinaParis 05-08-2012 10:26 AM

Re: What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
We double stuffing our Fuzzibunz Elite (they come with two inserts per diaper) and that has been working pretty well for us at night or naps and we usually only one insert during the day. LOVE them!

csdance99 06-09-2012 01:02 AM

Re: What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
I have heard Swaddlebees are suppose to be really great for heavy wetters at night.

Also if you are using pockets, check out the Super Do insert/soaker. Just google super do.

Happy Diapering. PS. I recommend hanging those dipes to dry even if the manufacture says put them in the dryer. They will last much longer and stay better looking if you hang dry them.

gotdiesel2007 06-20-2012 08:32 AM

Re: What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
We use Kawaii Heavy Wetters

LaChingona 09-10-2012 03:51 AM

Re: What is the BEST cloth diaper for a heavy wetter?
 
I highly suggest you go on greenmountaindiapers.com and read their new to cloth info, also. For a heavy wetter I would double up on a Birdseye flat diaper (origami fold-you can even add an insert if you want) and put on a thick organic wool cover-organic and unrelated wool is better because your baby probably won't have allergic reactions to pure wool).


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