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Old 01-05-2007, 11:54 AM   #1
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What style of pocket insert? INPUT PLEASE!

OK, anyone who uses pockets...

How do you prefer to stuff them -
1/trifold your pfs
2/use contoured stuffings (which ones?)
3/use MOE type inserts (square ish generic ones)
4/other (please elaborate...)

do you prefer quick dry (like sewn together just at the ends) or easy peasy (all together in one piece but slow drying)? What about using a couple or more Joey Bunz type inserts?

I think I'm preferring the contoured ones because they can keep a trim diaper trim (the square ones bulk them out a bit). I'm scared of prefolds !

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Old 01-05-2007, 12:02 PM   #2
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Re: What style of pocket insert? INPUT PLEASE!

I don't like super thick inserts take too long to dry. With a heavy wetter boy the cottonbabies fold down insert that snaps down, put the doubled part right up front and it catches everything. I've tried the wonderfulls and duckybuns same idea put the extra where you need it, with 2 pieces that snap or flap. This is why I like pockets I hate having to throw things back in for more time in the dryer.
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