Two-layer cotton sherpa doublers add absorbency to any cloth diaper.
Please wash on hot with detergent several times before first use.
About the fabric:
This fabric lays flatter than the twill prefold fabric of the Cloth-eez doublers. It's a really nice fabric for a soft and squishy feel with no polyester. It's squishier than hemp and lays flatter than twill. A rare find in 100% cotton. The surged edges are overlapped where the stitching starts and ends on the long side in order to secure the stitches. You may notice some long threads after prepping. These may be safely snipped without any damage to the doublers; this is not a defect, just the nature of the way they are sewn.
Close up after washing
From the reviews I really thought that these would work well for my 15 month old as an additional option for adding absorbency. But I’m just underwhelmed and not quite sure if they do anything. I like that they lay flat. And I like how thin they are. But I’m not sure if they really add anything to any of our diapers. I’ve tried them with pockets, flats, fitteds. I think these would work well for younger babies maybe. And maybe mine is a heavy wetter. I’m not sure.
These lay nice and flat and are a great booster in my little babe’s diaper. They have helped solve our leaking problem!
These are soft and provide just a little extra absorbency when needed. Wash and dry well.
I purchased size XL for overnight because of comments stating that these are thin and easily layered to boost absorbency. They are just as thick as the hemp doublers, and I don't like huge bulky diapers, so I don't stack them. One ALMOST works for overnight but, currently, baby eats 2-3x/night so it's just not enough absorbency. Large hemp is more absorbent.
I am still prepping these for my next little one due in September, so I can’t comment on absorbency yet. They have stayed very soft after several washes, and they have kept their shape well. The edges aren’t curling, and if they have shrunk it has been very evenly. The quality seems great.