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Old 07-12-2006, 10:38 PM   #1
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Between a linsert and a doubler?

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I meant insert
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A doubler is usually not as long as an insert. Or that is how I understand it anyhow.
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An insert is used as the main absorbing layers of a pocket diaper. So this would be like the Joey Bunz inserts or what some people use a prefold for.
A doubler is just used to add a few extra layers to the diaper for absorbancy. They arent ment to be the main layers to absorb, just to boost the absorbancy.
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I use an insert in a pocket.. to me they are thicker and hold more. A doubler I use to line my pockets or AIO's for extra protection, usually at night since my DS is a super soaker for sure!
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