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Old 07-28-2013, 11:40 AM   #1
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Are they quilty? Can u snappy them? Any action shots with size/weight listed? Hoping to get some in the seconds sale.....

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Old 07-28-2013, 11:49 AM   #2
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I Love the Grovia prefolds! I have prepped the newborn ones that I have for our next baby, but have not used them yet. I have washed over 10 times and they are very soft!! Other prefolds I had tried previously with our first baby were always so tough and rough, even when tumble dried. The Govia ones are amazingly soft and cannot wait to use them.
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They are quilty, you can snappi and I love them. Really absorbent. I wish they made a fitted out of them.
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Re: GROVIA Prefolds

Yes super soft and quilty but not overly fluffy. I find they snappi or boingo easier then almost any prefold I have tried so far. I might be in the minority but I find them a bit bulky trifolded in a cover though. My flip or thirsties prefolds are much trimmer trifolded.
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Yes super soft and quilty but not overly fluffy. I find they snappi or boingo easier then almost any prefold I have tried so far. I might be in the minority but I find them a bit bulky trifolded in a cover though. My flip or thirsties prefolds are much trimmer trifolded.
Which of the three would you say is most absorbent?
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Old 07-28-2013, 10:47 PM   #6
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not used this diaper , maybe I can have a try
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Love them. Super quilty and so soft.
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Which of the three would you say is most absorbent?
I haven't tried flips, but I find my size 3 GroVia pre folds to be more absorbent than my size 2 thirstiest pre folds.
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I haven't tried flips, but I find my size 3 GroVia pre folds to be more absorbent than my size 2 thirstiest pre folds.
Is the Grovia size 3, a good size to trifold in a Grovia cover?
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Old 07-30-2013, 03:33 PM   #10
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Depends on the rise setting. They are too long on the second rise setting but probably fit with the rise settings completely unsnapped. I have size 3 but haven't tried unsnapped. Usually just snappi them.
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