Economy Setup Kit to 15 pounds with Some Stay-Dry
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This kit is the same as the Economy Setup Kit to 15 pounds with Stay-Dry but instead of 36 Stay-Dry Liners, this kit has 10 Stay-Dry Liners.
If you aren't sure if you need stay-dry but you might prefer having it as an option for a longer time in the same diapers such as night or longer car rides, then this kit could suit your needs. This fits a newborn and up to about 15 pounds.
This kit contains:
36 diapers, 36 wipes, 4 diaper covers, 2 sets of pins and 10 Malden Mills Fleece Liners for a stay-dry feeling and a 16 page GMD How-to Booklet
Learn more about each component.
36 Cloth-eez Muslin Flat Diapers size Newborn
3 packs (36 wipes) of wipes: Cloth-eez Organic Muslin Baby Wipes. If baby is early or small, these are your Preemie diapers. Use 2 wipes as a preemie diaper and that works perfectly. The fabric is the same as the diapers, so the drying time is the same, which makes things easy. These wipes are also wonderful diaper liners or for additional absorbency. Babies are wet people. Wipes are wonderful. Then, later on, these can become your washable tissues.
1 set of Diaper Pins: Optional, but once you learn to pin, pins are great and handy for other things too. Pinning is not scary. Learn to use pins for maximum comfort for baby.
4 Thirsties Duo Wrap Snap covers Size One 6-18 pounds (we think it runs smaller, 4-15 pounds). Want different prints? Add the kit items to the cart individually to choose your favorite prints. Print availablity changes from time to time.
10 Malden Mills Fleece Stay-Dry Liners. Made of polyester fleece, these liners provide the stay-dry layer. The wetness is pushed through the fleece into the cotton absorbent layer underneath. The fleece is hydrophobic, so it isn't absorbent and doesn't feel wet. Usage tip: Be sure the fleece stays snug up next to baby's bottom to get the pee to go through the fleece and not roll off and out, which is a common problem with pocket diapers, especially with one-size adjustable pockets that are too big, sag away from baby and thus don't work on a young baby.