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Gerber 12-Pack Flatfold Birdseye Cloth Diapers - White

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  • Made of 100% cotton Birdseye^Birdseye weave fabric is made from many small fine yarns, woven in a fashion that provides a soft, quick drying and absorbent diaper^Generous size allows custom folding for better fit^An alternative to disposable diapers because they are washable and reusable^Comfortable feel
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Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 7 x 2.2 inches
UPC015000829087
Item model number42395D060 WHT STD
  
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ASINB000056J8N
Best Sellers Rank #43,590 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 pounds
  
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This 12-pack white Flatfold Birdseye Cloth Diapers comes in one size. It is made of 100% cotton Birdseye. This Birdseye weave fabric is made from many small fine yarns, woven in a fashion that provides a soft, quick drying and absorbent diaper. Its generous size allows custom folding for better fit. This alternative to disposable diapers because they are washable and reusable.

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Good for the environment and comfortable for baby, these flat, bird's-eye weave cotton cloth diapers are made from tightly twisted yarns woven in a pattern to make them exceptionally durable and long lasting. Each diaper measures 27 inches square and can be folded to fit a baby of any size. Their single-ply construction makes these diapers quick to dry. Made of 100 percent cotton, they are reusable and make adequate large burping cloths and changing-table liners. Note: these diapers do not have an absorbent extra center fold. Machine washable and dryer safe. Twelve diapers per package. --Deb Oroszlan

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Customer Reviews

I find these cloth diapers very useful.
Alessio Urso
I had intended to use them as burp cloths, but they are way too thin and not absorbent at all!
kelaine
These are just too thin to be used as diapers.
LDG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By History_of_Art_Geek on April 15, 2002
A friend recommended I register for these although she knew I was planning to use disposable diapers. I accidentally registered for the diapers with the absorbent centerfold, and fortunately, received these. They are large - 27"x 27" square and are essential for baby care. I still use them every day and my son is almost a year old. I used them to line his cradle and changing-table when he was first born and going through many diapers a day. They work great as burp cloths, and are superb for wiping up other food messes. Additionally, I found they work as a light blanket during the summer months. Extremely durable, fold-up rather small for travel, and launder well. 101 uses, I love them!
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Creations in Time on August 4, 2009
In 2006, I bought a dozen of the Gerber flat diapers. I liked them. They were a good weave, strong twist cotton. However, I went back to purchase more later and was sadly disappointed. The company had changed the fabric, weave, and how they were made. The old ones had a woven selvage and were serged on the ends with a soft thread. The new ones were serged all around, and used a different thread that was not soft. I returned the new ones, and wore out my old ones. A couple of times a year I open a package in the store to see if they are any different, but have not seen any positive changes.

For anyone who wants to use them as rags or light towels, they may be just fine, but for diapers, they are nothing compared to the older ones.

I also tried the prefolds with the "absorbent" middle. I finally cut one open after finding they would not hold even one ounce of liquid (lay diaper in colander, over a large bowl, pour one ounce water onto diaper, then measure what falls into the bowl) and discovered that they are filled with polyester batting. The batting makes them soft and puffy, but polyester does not absorb liquid.

If you want flat diapers, look online for Indian or Chinese flats, or, maybe even something made in the USA! Same with prefolds. Gerber makes good pins and nice baby clothes, but don't waste time and money on their cloth diapers.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Dharamdyan on October 16, 2001
When I received these at my baby shower, I thought "What is this?...slightly cheap seeming diapers?" When I brought Baby home I soon saw how practical they are. Thin, yes! But simply fold them in half and it will take point-blank projectile vomits without any problem. We use them ALL the time, lifesavers really. Great for wiping drooly little chins and messy little hands. I give them now as shower gifts....the workhorse of the nursery. I am using my first set with baby #2.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 17, 2002
It's amazing what people will spend there money on today. Just to throw it away! I've used these same diapers on my children (all 3 of them!) and then I've used the SAME ONES on my GRANDCHILDREN! Have mercy, can you just imagine? I bought this very brand of diapers (4 dozen to be exact) 25 years ago and I'm still using the very same diapers. Yes, they are great for spit rags, burp rags, wipe up rags, dust rags, and just about anything else you can think of. And, I only bought once! That was the best part. Can't beat them.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CFB on January 31, 2009
When the first of my children was born I bought 5 dozen birdseye diapers. I never thought cloth diapers to be a hassle, even though all of friends used disposables. They were always running to the store to buy diapers. I always had plenty. I saved tons of money. Washing diapers is no big deal to me. I got a kick out of so many of the reviews here talking about all of the uses for the cloth diapers -- other than diapering. I would rather have soft cotton on my botton than paper. You don't have to worry about chemicals or fragrances with cloth diapers -- just use Ivory Snow. The "books" say not to use bleach, but when the diapers got dingy or stained I did use bleach following by three rinses. My kids are now grown and I am still using the diapers. They are the best thing to dry crystal, wash cars, and to use on your face. Pure cotton -- can't beat it.

The Gerbers I bought were thick but many of the reviews here say they are now thin. I bought 5 dozen for my daughter several years ago from an online diaper store and they were quite thick.

Do your wallet and the environment a favor and give cloth diapers a try -- for diapering. You can buy 5 dozen for little more than one month's worth of diaposables!!! Disposables are also a real environmental problem.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mom of 3 on May 12, 2003
These diapers are PERFECT as burp cloths and mini-towels. We used them as burp cloths when our daughter was an infant, and we continue to use them to wipe messy faces after meals, as well as to wipe runny noses during teething. We keep them all over the house! Be careful though - there are two types, one with padding and one without - make sure to get the ones without, as the ones with extra padding are useless in this capacity. (They make great car shammies, though!)
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 2, 2001
I registered for these diapers and was very disappointed. I wish I would have gotten another kind. These have been washed only a few times and not even dryed in the dryer. These have all kinds of pilling and strings coming apart. I don't think these will last very long. Save yourself the money and buy regular burp cloths or another type of diaper.
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