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<p>DS' skin continues to be an issue with cloth - his skin is so reactive, any wetness bothers it. Unless he's in suedecloth - then there's no issue.</p>
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<p>I'm going to be overhauling the stash and putting away most of the fleece pockets. I've bought a few BGs and I have some Flips.</p>
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<p>What other diapers have suedecloth inners? It's not nearly as popular as fleece. Drybees, I think. Any other suggestions - something a little more interesting than BGs?</p>
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<p>Thanks!</p>
 

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<p>(nak)</p>
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<p>Not suede cloth, but swaddlebees econappi is lined with organic cotton velour, which I think wicks moisture better than fleece, and doesn't get nappy in the wash. I'm not a fan of fleece and wish I would have gotten more SB ecos and BGs instead of fuzzibunz.</p>
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<p>Interested to see what other options are out there as well . . . .</p>
 

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<p>The two we have in addition to BG are Smartipants and Kawaii (which are very similar to BG, only sized even bigger).</p>
<p>Both are very inexpensive compared to their competitors which is also nice plus!</p>
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<p>I actually have the opposite problem and prefer fleece or natural fibers :) </p>
 

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<p>WAHM pocketdiapers on Etsy have suedecloth a lot of times.</p>
<p>I have beebersbutts.</p>
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<p>Carma</p>
 

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<p>Rocky Mountain diapers also have seudecloth</p>
 

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<p>Thank you all for those suggestions. I will check them out!</p>
 

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<p>Just wanted to add that a friend of mine got her stash from a friend who found some suedecloth type of fabric at a fabric store and cut liners. Her little guy was also really sensitive to moisture and they exclusively used cotton prefolds.  She loaned me a bunch of them, they were cut and serged to keep the edges from rolling.  Washed very well.  Allowed her to use any kind of diaper with her homemade liners rather than investing in a whole new stash.</p>
 

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<p>Good idea - I wonder if they would work laid on top of existing fleece pockets. I did cut up a couple of failed BG 1.0s and use the inner lining in my few fitteds; I wonder if I could do that more often...</p>
 

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<p>Cotton Babies sells a suedecloth "sock".  It's the same material as their pockets & sized AIO.   You could stuff something inside, lay it on top of what ever isn't suede cloth or even cut it open if you wanted it to cover more area. </p>
 
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