Made of Oeko Tex 100 certified merino interlock wool. Similar to the Babee Greens Classic but now in a wrap style! The snaps are reinforced with a small section of hidden cotton between the two layers of wool so the snaps stay strong over the life of the cover. The wool is jersey knit so it is stretchy and since it's merino, it is soft and comfy. Don't size up. This is a roomy cover. The size large will be wonderful on older toddlers or preschoolers. When it is time to wash it, please wash by hand in a proper wool wash to keep it soft and in shape. Made in the USA.
Small on a 12 pound 4 month old. It is big on her now but it works very well and there is a lot of growing room in this. Small will fit over a medium Workhorse diaper. Shown on baby over a size small Workhorse.
Link to Babee Greens Classic style version.
Washing instructions: Wash by hand using a gentle wool wash such as Eucalan or a gentle bar soap such as Olive Oil Soap. Do not use Unicorn Beyond Clean on Babee Greens wool. Detailed instructions are provided here on our website and on the Wool Page which is included with your order.
This was my favorite design over the classic cover. We were able to keep using this Small wrap cover all the way up to 20 lbs. I just ordered 2 medium to keep going with these great covers. We love wool for the breathability, wet protection and reduced washing burden.
I wish I had bought this ages ago. It is a lot simpler to take care of than I originally thought. Less stinky than dealing with PUL covers.
These are sooo much thinner and fitted than the Disana wool pull ons (which I love for nights). I use both over XL workhorse fitted with snaps. I have recently used it over an Osocozy prefold just trifolded, no pins of anything (as long as he just had a BM recently since he only goes once a day now). Good stretch around his chunky thighs. Disana are size 2-3. Bebee is only a Medium though. 7 month old is 24.5 lbs, 30.5 in, wears 2T in Cat & Jack from Target and 3T in Burt's Bees pajamas (to fit over Disana plus stay dry liner and 1 hemp doubler). I have only had 1 leak in a month but I have barely broken it in so far with 1 wash (drying now from 2nd) and 1 lanolin bath. I'm sure this will be just as bulletproof after a few more washes and felting. The knit is really tight and super soft. Feels like his comfy sweatpants instead of a sweater like Disana. It dries faster too. For anyone wondering if it's worth it to spend the extra $10, YES! I'm definitely going to buy a 2nd to allow for air drying between changes and two more in the next size up. This, 8 workhorses, 8 stay dry liners and 2 doublers (1 as a back up for occasional midnight wake up when Dad gets off work) work for 24 hours. It allows me to put him in his correct size pants without having to size up due to bulk. I wish I wouldn't have been so nervous about wool before I bought 24 Kawaii plastic pocket covers and about 60 inserts as a 1st time mom and cloth diaper rookie. And also, the workhorse fitted with snaps and this Bebee have made it possible to start potty training (elimination communication I think people call it). When he grunts, we run to the toilet, strip off pants, undo both sets of snaps, throw on the Munchkin potty seat and within 1 minute, he is peeing or pooping. At 7 months old. Pulling off the Disana was a lot harder and I felt like I was stretching and ruining it in the rush, so I slacked on attempts. I couldn't be happier now with this combo.
Love these covers! So soft and breathable and just gorgeous! We got a size small and I put it on my 10 lb babe with a small prefold and it works great and should for a while. Love using it especially on these hot summer days when she needs a little more ventilation! I like them better than the disana pull on covers - it’s just easier to get on and off! Will definitely be getting more wool!
I want to love the idea of this cover but so far I haven’t been impressed. There are only one row of snaps so the tabs don’t stay in place well. I followed the weight sizing but the diaper cover is too big for my baby. My baby doesn’t like the diaper so far and I’m not sure if she’s uncomfortable in it. And the instructions for wool are way too complicated for me. I didn’t realize I have to buy separate soaps and lanolin for washing wool. And it seems like there is a lot that you can do to mess up the wool! I like the idea but in reality I need something easier. Product packaging was great and the product shipped quickly.
Thank you for your review. We are sorry the cover didn't meet your needs and that you didn't see the "About Wool" and "Wool Care Information" on our website prior to ordering. That information is found on our website here: https://www.greenmountaindiapers.com/pages/lanolize