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#1 of 4 Old 07-18-2003, 10:18 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I just placed an order over at country cuttins for a Fleece cover I can not beleive how cheap they are in price I plan on ordering more when I try the one I just ordered. she has great prints. My question is has anyone tried these and if so did you like them I have tried her pul ones and loved them. I hope this is ok to ask. I didnt really see a review up there for her fleece cover.

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Yes I have both kinds of covers and a windpro cover all in side snap. I really like them. They fit over fitteds really well, they really cover. They are not the trimmest cover, but then fleece covers aren't known for their trimness. They are lined with a thin fleece, unlike the stacinators. Stacinators are so cheaply made I think for being so pricey.

The PUL is great too, mine have never leaked. I have one with a PUL'd print and one with a knit print. I really do love Dina's covers and diapers.

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Do her covers, when snapped in the tightest position, have two wings that go all the way almost touching each other under the front panel?
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no.. there really is no wing.

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