This cover is made of our signature very soft fabric and it is full cut in the rear. Leg gussets, adjustable rise, true sizes so you don't have piles of fabric bulk to fold down in the front yet each size still does have one rise adjustment which helps you get a perfect fit as baby grows and changes shape. It has two rows of waist snaps but you don't have to snap them directly above each other. It is ok to leave the waist snap wider or make the leg snap snugger if needed to get the right fit for your baby.
SIZE ZERO- READ THIS - The Size Zero could be the nicest newborn cover there is for fitting under the umbilical cord, but choose a diaper under it that is small enough to actually fit under it. For prefolds, choose newborn, newbie or preemie prefolds under it. For flats, choose size Half in birdseye flats. Newborn Workhorse need size One over them, not size Zero. However, some customers do tell us that they are able to use Newborn Workhorse under it and like it that way, but I (Karen) don't recommend that. I think that's not easy to do and it might not work for all babies, depending on the shape of the baby. I'll still recommend the newborn, newbie or preemie prefolds prefolds under it. Layering Cloth-eez Muslin Wipes or Paper Towel Alternative cloths can be alternative itsy-bitsy diapers that can be used as "preemie" diapers or first week diapers. Layer in a Muslin Wipe to catch meconium.
Think of this cover as a sized, true-size cover and not as a one-size fits all adjustable cover. Yet it DOES have a set of rise snaps! These rise snaps allow you enough flexibility to get a good fit as baby grows, without the bulk in the front of folding down as much extra fabric in front. The rise snaps help you size up sooner or skip a size. You can even start with size two on a newborn if you want to.
Don't assume that all brands using the size names One and Two are the same. Brand run differently. Pay attention to the weight ranges and pictures. Cloth-eez Wrap size Two is smaller than a Thirsties Duo size two and it's supposed to be that way. They are shaped differently, too. This is shorter and roomier and Duo is taller and trimmer. Think of this size Two as a size medium. Size Two can be adjusted down to be made to work on a newborn baby in the same way that a one-size cover can adjust down. It's a lot of cover for a tiny baby but it can work if it must.
This very economical cover is made only in white to keep costs down. White is a beautiful, classic diaper color. The fabric is so soft and the elastic is gentle and stretchy for baby's comfort. Down the road after a lots of use and washings, this softer, 1 mil cover may wear out faster than a thicker 2 mil cover such as Thirsties, but that is the tradeoff for the softness. Most often babies outgrow the sizes long before that happens, but side by side with Thirsties, Thirsties will win the durablity contest. 1 mil and 2 mil refers to the thickness of the waterproof TPU layer. If you want soft, this is it!
The size zero is the best for the cord healing time. In the larger sizes, Cloth-eez Wraps are are roomy enough inside and easily accommodate fitteds with doublers. The rise is not high on these covers.
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100% polyester with TPU laminate. CPSIA compliant. Standard elastic at legs and waist which may contain latex. Nickel-free nylon snaps. Made in China.
Machine wash warm, hang or tumble dry, remove promptly. Do not pull on warm elastics. Do not overdry.
When my first baby was born, I got an assortment of different brands and styles of diapers. Then gmd came out with their own wraps and I picked up a few. These are by far my favorite covers and the ones I always grab first. Now that I am on baby number 3, as my other covers wear out, I'm replacing them with the gmd wraps. So soft, great elastics, and I can get a perfect fit on babies of different body types. I can't believe they are the least expensive diapers I own because they would be a bargain at twice the price!
Tried this out for baby 5, and while I still prefer pockets, my squishes are always too small to start out in them. I’ve been using them with the cloth eez prefolds. So far, so good. I like that the rise snaps down, and I can snap down the top center to keep the cord out of the diaper. Double gusset prevents leaks. It’s only been 2.5 weeks, but so far, so good! (Other brands I’ve used and can compare to are Thirsties duo wrap, Imagine, BG, Thirsties pockets, and a few other random brands I got here and there that I’m blanking on. None of those fit my newborns. This guy came in at 6 lbs 5 oz, and had no issues with the size 0. He’s still in it, with the rise unsnapped, at 7 lbs 6 oz. So I think the newborn set we got will take care of him just fine until he fits into my Thirsties pockets).
The clotheez wraps are the softest diaper covers we've tried! The only PUL cover that doesn't irritate my son's eczema prone, sensitive skin. Ended up selling all our other covers to buy more wraps. We use size 2 for our 17 lb son with a prefold underneath and it is very trim compared to other covers.
Fit cloth diapers this is the best
I started my newborn with some of these and also some fancier covers (wool covers and other brands of waterproof covers with cute prints), but now we use these cloth-eez covers exclusively because they're the right combination of simple, adjustable, cheap, comfortable, and effective (no marks and no leaks: all my attempts at wool/fleece covers ended up soaking her sheets at night and being harder for other people to handle, and the other waterproof covers were stiffer and didn't feel as nice).