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Old 08-21-2011, 03:19 PM   #11
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Re: Microfiber versus natural fabrics

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It seems to be a personal preference thing.



I find they are just as absorbant as MF but they clean up easier. Natural fibers just do.
personally, won't touch the stuff for a diaper and leave it in the auto department where I feel it belongs. This is personal preference and take on using synthetics in the diaper area.

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Re: Microfiber versus natural fabrics

Bringing back this thread! What are your thoughts? I've always preferred natural fibers. I was under the impression that mf inserts leak, though I do not have experience.
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Re: Microfiber versus natural fabrics

Following! Most of my inserts are microfiber, simply because when I first started buying I didn't even know there were different types of inserts I'm thinking of getting some bamboo too just so I can try to find out what I like better but since I'll only be using my microfiber in pockets I suppose I'm not as concerned about using natural fibers- I just want something absorbent that works!
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