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Old 11-14-2012, 10:31 AM   #1
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Sbish Multis vs GMD workhorse...

I love our Sbish multis but now I'm wondering if the closureless GMD WH would be doable? Anybody have both? What do you think?

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Old 11-14-2012, 11:03 AM   #2
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I've tried both. I'm not a big fitted person though. I sold off the sbish right away, it was too bulky for my taste on my skinny dd. I did like the WH's though. Absorbency is similar to the same color prefold, so if you needed mega absorbency they might not be a good idea.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:07 AM   #3
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Re: Sbish Multis vs GMD workhorse...

I haven't tried sbish, but I have red WHs. I do use them coverless sometimes, but often have to change after only 20-30 minutes. There aren't puddles on the floor, but they are drenched after one pee for my son. I sometimes throw in a Grovia stay-dry doubler, which allows us to go much longer. I find them much less absorbent than Thirsties and Dream-Eze fitteds, and similar to MEOS.
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Re: Sbish Multis vs GMD workhorse...

I have Sbish OBF's and GMD Workhorse fitteds...I like them both for different reasons...The sbish were a great overnight solution for my extremely heavy wetter with a wool cover...I would never use them as a daytime diaper as they are extremely bulky, we use the GMD's for that. They wash up great and can go comfortably under any cover I have come across!
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Thanks Mamas! I guess I should stick with the multis. I love fluffy butts & we use longies so trim isn't essential. I just need diapers with narrow crotch. The WH probably won't fit that bill. The multis are just much more expensive... I was looking for easier on the pp acct.

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Thanks Mamas! I guess I should stick with the multis. I love fluffy butts & we use longies so trim isn't essential. I just need diapers with narrow crotch. The WH probably won't fit that bill. The multis are just much more expensive... I was looking for easier on the pp acct.

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I'm looking at fitteds for nights for this baby, and I'm really debating between OS and sized. It's kind of a wash though, either buying multiple sizes cheaper or a more expensive OS...if that helps you justify the sbish. They are about the same price as buying two sizes of the organic WH.
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Re: Sbish Multis vs GMD workhorse...

My stash is 50/50. I use the multis if we are going out and the workhorses around the house. Workhorses are narrow in the crotch and I got the snapped which may it super easy under wool. I do need a doubler, but both boths are super soakers. I highly recommend both and the workhorses are so easy to wash.
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I'm looking at fitteds for nights for this baby, and I'm really debating between OS and sized. It's kind of a wash though, either buying multiple sizes cheaper or a more expensive OS...if that helps you justify the sbish. They are about the same price as buying two sizes of the organic WH.
That is very true. I love our Sbish a lot. I like the Sbish sized OBFs but don't like that shrinkage.

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That is very true. I love our Sbish a lot. I like the Sbish sized OBFs but don't like that shrinkage.

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Or the stiffness of the OBF. I can always get a multi soft again.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:43 AM   #10
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Or the stiffness of the OBF. I can always get a multi soft again.
So true. I'm hoping another doubler & a wooly liner will make our multis night worthy.

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