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.
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 a bunch of extra fabric of something designed to fit a toddler in order to make it work on a younger baby. Don't assume that all brands using the size names One and Two are the same. 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. Think of this size Two as size medium.
This very economical cover is made in white only 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.
The size zero is the best for the cord healing time. In the larger sizes they are roomy inside and easily accommodate fitteds with doublers.
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100% polyester with TPU laminate. CPSIA compliant. Made in China.
Machine wash warm, hang or tumble dry, remove promptly. Do not pull on warm elastics.
We are really impressed with this wrap! It is so soft and works great. We have had no blowouts (and it was definitely tested), using a flat padfolded inside. We also have Thirsties duo wraps but like these more because of the softness and they don't leave marks on his legs as much. Bought size 2 based on the weight range, but he might be outgrowing that soon. Our baby is almost 6 months, weighed 19 lbs when last checked.
I usually use wool exclusively but wanted a few PUL diapers on hand for when I'm washing and lanolizing those or when poop ends up on everything. These work like a charm! They are soft and fit great, though they do still leave red marks around her legs a bit which I don't love.
Cloth-eeze diaper covers are now my preferred diaper cover option. 1. They are more affordable. Having four of each size is ideal- having only 3 covers is sort-of workable, but frequently can be too few. A good price point makes it easier to buy at least four in each size. 2. They make finding the right fit for your baby easier because of all the snaps. 3. They are classic white. 4. They don't get moist and damp like wool-they stay dry. 5. They don't stink- I wash them with the diapers and lay them on the dryer to dry out while the diapers are drying. In between diaper changes, I just wipe them out with a wet wipe and use a different one each time to let the others air out. If you didn't need the newborn stump fold down part, I'd say save money and start with four size ones and 18 muslin flats. I'd say get newborn size 0 only if you are exclusively using cloth diapers otherwise they grow so fast, it's not worth it.
Love the softness and how wide these run! Constantly reach for this among my other covers. We have a size 3 and it fits both the Med and Large prefold nicely. I also appreciate the white to help keep the cost down.
Buttery Soft I have these covers in size zero for my little one and I absolutely love them. When she was in the NICU we tried one on her at 4 lbs with a half flat and it fit perfectly when snapped down to the preemie rise. She’s over 7 lbs now and they still work wonderfully!