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Old 05-09-2013, 07:05 AM   #11
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[QUOTE=Cleokatrah;16577243]You can't padfold them but you can fold them long wise then flip the top down about halfway, which is perfect for a boy.

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Ok, thanks!

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I padfold in Grovias. DS is on the tallest rise. Thanks!
I have some grovia shells. I'll take some pictures.
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Sorry for the crummy picture and cruddy folding job, but here it is (keep in mind it's not prepped yet and might shrink some still) padfolded into 12 layers in a grovia shell on the fullest rise setting

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Sorry for the crummy picture and cruddy folding job, but here it is (keep in mind it's not prepped yet and might shrink some still) padfolded into 12 layers in a grovia shell on the fullest rise setting
Are they stretchy? What size are these? I "need" more of their wipes, so while I'm there...
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Sorry for the crummy picture and cruddy folding job, but here it is (keep in mind it's not prepped yet and might shrink some still) padfolded into 12 layers in a grovia shell on the fullest rise setting
That looks so incredibly trim. Wow. I think I know what I'm asking to buy myself for Mother's Day...
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They are very stretchy. Mine shrank about 1-1.5 inches after about 5 months of use. I might be able to get some comparison pics up later for reference.
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They are made from the same material as their jersey wipes and prefolds from what I can tell. They feel very stretchy and super smooth and soft
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They are very stretchy. Mine shrank about 1-1.5 inches after about 5 months of use. I might be able to get some comparison pics up later for reference.
Did you snappi/boingo them or just pad fold? I am curious how they hold up with. Snappi long term. My thirsties hemp prefolds developed holes.
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