“ I have the hook and loop version of this diaper, so it's slightly different than the snap version. I only use these diapers when I'm leaving town or running errands because they are so easy to use when you are in a hurry (or unfamiliar with cloth diapers). They also fit well on babies with chunky thighs. The only issue I have is that the rise really isn't long enough for my babe's big bootie...” --sallyrae17
“ I've seen a lot of people say these diapers leak. They need to be washed several (like 8 times) to be fully prepped. They cannot be simply taken out of the package and used or they WILL LEAK! I prepped them and used them on my newborn without any leaks. It's an all in one, so there is no stuffing. Simply wash, dry and go! ” --angelaheff
“ After looking at quiet a few options for cloth diapering i desided to go with GroVia Hook Loop Shell. The velcro closure, breathable mesh lining inside, different color options and the actual soaker pads for this product were the key decision points. I am more then satisfied with my choice. They are easy to use and i am able to use only 1-2 shells a day due to the waterproof backing and...” --EwaT
GroVia BioDiaper Pack GroVia Bio Diapers are made from nature's sustainable resources and are 100% natural and fully compostable. These diapers are super-absorbent and help prevent baby from wetness. The bio-film used is waterproof to help prevent rashes. They are free of plastic, chlorine and fragrance. Why You'll Love It: GroVia Bio Diapers are easy to use and comfortably fit baby....
“ This is by far one of my favorite diaper rash creams! I love that you don't get your hands messy while you use it and it glides on babies bottom with ease. The smell of it is wonderful, yet subtle. The cream itself does wonders on a rashy bottom and is obviously safe for cloth diapers since it was made by a cloth diapering mama! ” --CindyCindy