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Old 05-10-2005, 02:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Anyone have what they think is the best fitted or AIO cloth diaper?

I have been trying to think of something that is hemp (hemp asorbs the most, right?) with several layers and maybe a fleece or wool cover?

Pul dies quickly in our house, due to my husband's preference of everything goes in the dryer on high . DH is, also, not fond of prefolds.
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A good and easily attainable nighttime fitted is a Firefly Sleeptight. With the doubler, it puts 12 layers of hemp in the wet zone. firefly sleeptight

A lot harder to get, but probably a lot of people's fave night diaper would be a Little Caboose or First Class Baby Nightlight. www.fluffymail.com
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We have a FM Nightlight that I have to add an extra trifolded microfiber towel to, and we have a VB Night whatever it's called. That sucker is THICK and really holds a ton. Anyway, DD manages to pee on her nighttime diapers before she goes to sleep 75% of the time, so we use a thick fitted and add a Joey Bunz topped with a homemade fleece liner cut slightly larger than the JB. It may not be pretty or name-brand , but it works!

Covers--Sugarpeas wool flannel has never failed us (and are easy to get), and we also use a Loveybums undyed wool cover with great success.
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