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Old 07-13-2011, 06:11 AM   #11
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The description in your store states thst the inserts are just one layer of zorb sandwiched between white CV...Also, is CV a staydry material? I've never used it before..

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When I first was was playing around with the inserts, I found that one layer of Zorb was actually MORE absorbent that three layers of MF and really didn't need 2 layers. Helps keep pockets trimmer too If you're looking for nights, then yes you would need both inserts.

Cotton Velour is kind of stay-dry. It feels drier than other cotton materials but it doesn't wick as much as a synthetic. It's absorbant, so it soaks in wetness. Also, since it's a natural fiber it's great for babies that are prone to rashes.

These inserts can go right next to baby's skin. So not only are they great in pockets, they would be great for Grovia, Flips and any other lay in systems.

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Old 07-13-2011, 09:16 AM   #12
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When I first was was playing around with the inserts, I found that one layer of Zorb was actually MORE absorbent that three layers of MF and really didn't need 2 layers. Helps keep pockets trimmer too If you're looking for nights, then yes you would need both inserts.

Cotton Velour is kind of stay-dry. It feels drier than other cotton materials but it doesn't wick as much as a synthetic. It's absorbant, so it soaks in wetness. Also, since it's a natural fiber it's great for babies that are prone to rashes.

These inserts can go right next to baby's skin. So not only are they great in pockets, they would be great for Grovia, Flips and any other lay in systems.

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Thanks! That was very helpful.. I have a super duper soaker though, he'd soak thru 6 layers of MF in 2 hrs! I am wondering if zorb is a thicker material in comparison to others? I would love to try one that has 2 layers of zorb in it. Would that be super bulky in my softbums? I tried it with a flip staydry insert and it wasn't too bad. Would you be able to make them i a medium with 2 layers and how mych wld they be with shipping?

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Thanks! That was very helpful.. I have a super duper soaker though, he'd soak thru 6 layers of MF in 2 hrs! I am wondering if zorb is a thicker material in comparison to others? I would love to try one that has 2 layers of zorb in it. Would that be super bulky in my softbums? I tried it with a flip staydry insert and it wasn't too bad. Would you be able to make them i a medium with 2 layers and how mych wld they be with shipping?

Thanks so much!
Zorb is a bit thicker but not by much. The thickness is about the same as a BG OS insert. If that helps. It would be thicker than Hemp, or Organic Bamboo Fleece.

Would you like to try just one or a pack of two?
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I'm thinking a pack of two...if it is not too much with shipping!

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Old 07-13-2011, 01:31 PM   #15
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