This is the same as our Hemp Doubler, (three layers of 55% hemp, 45% organically grown cotton) but topped with a layer of virgin Malden Mills 200 weight polar fleece. Polar fleece allows the moisture to go through but maintains a drier feeling next to baby’s bottom, since fleece is hydrophobic (afraid of water). With quality polar fleece the argument that only disposables keep baby’s bottom feeling dry is simply not true. This washable synthetic really does keep baby’s bottom dry. More information and photos here.
For all of these sizes of stay-dry doublers, the BLUE edge stitch side is the side that has the stay dry fabric. The blue edge stitch side goes next to baby. Think "b" is for blue is for baby.
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Bought these and have been using them with prefolds at night. She sleeps well and they still feel dry against her skin in the morning. Using with a prefold makes them fairly bulky, but they work well at night.
Little Man had a fungal rash on his behind. I got these to help keep him drier and they worked like a charm! Oh, and they’re crazy absorbent... he only needs changed once every 4-5 hrs in these as compared to at least every 2 hrs in a normal prefold. Also, as always, the customer service is top notch. Thanks GMD for another great product!
New to cloth diapering, but my second is just about 6 weeks old. We've been in cloth since we got home from the hospital. Our stash started with the basics of prefolds, a couple workhorses, and a handful of covers. I add one of these to the bedtime diaper and it has made so much difference! We typically do a fleece insert over the top. Baby gives me a solid 3-4 hour stretch over night. With the pediatricians approval I've been letting baby sleep that whole time. With one of these doublers I am not waking up to a soaked and leaked through baby, just a hungry one! I am very excited to use these (once baby is bigger) in the flats I purchased in the same order.
Originally bought these to use with our cloth diapers, but found a different use. We use a nighttime disposable diaper and our toddler was wet by morning, even with sizing up. One night I put one of the small stay dry doublers in the diaper and he woke up dry! These wash out well, and hold a lot.
I have a tiny LO who's also a heavy wetter, so finding less bulky ways to layer up is key. These doublers are extremely absorbant-and overnight are clutch. By morning the prefold was still soaked (though not leaking) and the feel of the doubler that touched her bottom was practically dry.