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Disana Wool Pull-On Cover

Disana Wool Pull-On Cover
(45 reviews)  

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Our price: $24.95

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$24.95 each for size 62-68,   We say newborn, 6 - 13 pounds (tag says 3-6 months)

$26.95 each for size 74-80,   Small, 11 - 18 pounds (tag says 6-12 months)

$28.95 each for size 86-92,   Medium, 17 - 26 pounds (tag says 12-24 months)

$31.95 each for size 98-104,   Large, 21 - 35 pounds (tag says 2-3 years)

$33.95 each for size 110-116, X-Large 30- 40+ pounds (tag says 4-5 years)  available in Natural only

Sizing note - We don't agree with the labeled tag suggested ages, so we have listed our own suggested pound ranges.  We feel this is more accurate in our experience, because of the normal and expected shrinkage of the wool. Notice the overlap of weights.

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Why wool? Wool is breathable. This cover is a favorite at nighttime because it virtually never leaks. The wool is totally untreated and is naturally antibacterial thus doesn't retain odors. Is wool itchy? Commercial wool can be, but this wool is untreated and wonderfully soft. Don't be afraid to try wool! This style has been loved for generations because it is so effective. The 2 layer double knit stretches for a gentle and comfortable fit over a very wide size range. A must for the family bed! Nighttime heavy wetter? This is the answer. It's cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Yes, really! That's because it's so breathable. Wool does need to be hand washed, and occasional lanolization is helpful. But washing is needed only very infrequently, sometimes only once a month. Wool airs out to fresh easily. View our video of how to wash wool here. Don't forget your wool care products. This wool is produced according to the organic standards. Lovely Merino wool. It was called Demeter Certified Organic, which is the highest of pure standards. Those standards are still maintained for beautiful Disana wools. Disana is a wonderful family business located in Germany, dedicated for 2 generations to organic wools and cottons, long before "organic" became a "thing". These are positively beautiful covers. It is knitted wool. We like nice long legs this has. No leg gaps with this one! Once fully broken in, the performance is great. Once prepared, I have never, ever had a leak from one! I think this is the only cover I can can say that about, under even my kiddo's hard and deliberate testing - pushing diapers and covers to their limits. It might be too small in the legs on extremely chubby legs. It is designed to shrink some, and should be prepared by handwashing and felting somewhat (shrunk a bit) before first use. Never machine wash this cover. Do not put it in the dryer. Gently hand wash only. Be sure to add the free How-To Booklet to your cart which has instructions on how to prepare them for use. It is normal and expected for the very fine merino wool to pill with use because it is very soft wool. It's ok to size up if you are in the upper end of the weight ranges that we suggest, they do shrink. Handwash only. Made in Germany.

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Average customer rating:
(45 reviews)  

5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Oct 27, 2013
These were the first covers we bought and immediatly ordered a bunch more! We have a ton of them and our second child is now in them and they're still going strong. They're soft and just perfect. We felted a few of the smaller ones pretty good and they're great for newborns. They do require delicate care but if you can do that and you have a few they can really cover all your diaper cover needs. We use them full time at home. We have about 4 for each size and rotate through them as they're wet so we always have a nice dry one, usually ones drying from a wash. Be careful when washing as the colors bleed a little but its not bad. If you just want your baby in this for night purchase 2 size medium, they will seem huge but your baby will grow into them and they'll be fine at night and naps and you'll save $. A must have!
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Jan 7, 2014
We were at the end of our rope with our heavy-wetting toddler, as every night it seemed she would need at least one change or there would be pee pee in the bed. I was just about to throw in the towel with cloth overnight and switch to disposables, when I read about how well wool is supposed to work for keeping the pee pee in the diaper where it belongs. So I took the chance, and bought two of these (the XL to get my big girl through potty training) and some XL prefolds.
We have not had another drop of pee in the bed since! (Which is great because we co-sleep and it's a pain to change the big bed so often...) I wish I had done wool from the beginning, because they are so soft and comfy for my daughter that she looks forward to wearing her "Woolies" at bedtime. Really, these are only about twice the price of a good quality PUL cover, but are at least three times as useful. I can't say enough good things about these.
(Toddler Pro-Tip: wash them weekly, since the older kiddo pee is pretty stinky and it's harder to get the stink out if it's been building up for a while.)
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Nov 10, 2013
I'll start by saying I was never going to try wool. I am embarrassed to say I really thought there was no way wool would contain any sort of leak. And I only could imagine how bad they would smell. Well, before I found the wonderful cloth diaper world of GMD, I bought these with the Disana tie on nappies. The wool I loved immediately- the tie on nappies, not so much. And there began my love for wool. I ended up with many types and brands and wished I stuck with 2 of these in each size medium on up. I think you only need wool when your baby sleeps through the night and soaking more. I have 2 workhorses for each of my 2 babies in diapers for night that work beautifully with these. And YES you only need to wash them about ONCE a month with NO smell! Even if you are on a tight tight budget I recommend 1 in a large. It would be big, but would do the job for a long time for dry nights. (Don't have to wash soiled bedding often!) Then use a full cut PUL cover for the 1 night it needs time to dry.
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Nov 20, 2013
I have 3 of the size Large for my chubby 16 month old. They are just a bit "saggy" and she might be better off in the medium. We use ONLY wool covers all the time, day and night. She and her older brother cannot wear synthetics and especially not PUL. These are great. We have never had a messy leak, although we have had wet clothes because we forgot to change the baby and she was saturated. Nice thing is that even when we do that, she doesn't get a rash! This wool is breathable. We use workhorse fitteds with them and have not had a messy leak that resulted in needing a cleaning. The one downside is that you can't really put pants over these. They look fine without it, but we live in the country with lots of dirt, grass, leaves and dogs. So keeping the debris off the covers is a challenge! I think the lanolin is a "stuff" magnet! These covers look really cute with dresses and shirts all by themselves. And they are not hard to clean, although they do take a while to dry.
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Oct 26, 2013
This was my first wool purchase and I was not disappointed. The prep was simple-I watched the video and used the lanolin the lactation consultant had given me in the hospital. I wish I had switched to wool sooner. It totally cleared up a rash my son had had for two months. His eczema is exacerbated by heat (bummer since we live in the south!) but the natural breathable fibers fixed the problem. I would definitely agree with GMD sizing on this one. I usually push the size and leave my kids in smaller sizes bc I don't like all the bulk. However, the rise ends up too short on these and makes them more likely to sag and fall down if you try to keep them in smaller sizes. It really eliminated leaks and stink! I couldn't believe how odor resistant they are. Will definitely be buying one for baby gifts for any cloth diapering friends.
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