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Gerber 12-Pack Prefold Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers with Padding - 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^Prefolded 3-ply center panel for added absorbency^An alternative to disposable diapers because they are washable and reusable^Comfortable feel
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Item Weight1.3 pounds
Product Dimensions6 x 10 x 6 inches
UPC015000829070 015000829131
Item model number42394D060 WHT STD
  
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ASINB000056HM8
Best Sellers Rank #51,277 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 pounds
  
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This 12-pack white Flatfold Birdseye Cloth Diapers comes in one size. It is made of 100% cotton bird seye. 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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These prefolded white diapers are made from 100 percent cotton, in a soft bird's-eye weave, with an absorbent polyester pad inside that runs the length of the central fold. The diapers measure 14.5 by 20.5 inches. Folding instructions are on the package; wash using nonchlorine bleach. --Richard Farr

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Customer Reviews

These diapers make great burp cloths.
Linda Sadler
I called Gerber only to be told the diapers have been the same for many years and I was the only Mom who complained on the quality control of the diaper.
meemaa designs
These wash well, are absorbent, USUALLY cover enough of the shoulder/arm to prevent clothing from becoming a mess, and are very soft.
H Smith

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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Dasha on July 18, 2010
I have been cloth diapering my daughter on a tight budget since birth and have tried many kinds of prefolds. These are the worst I've tried. At first I was impressed how fluffy they were in the middle section, until I grew suspicious, ripped it open and realized there is a wad of polyester batting in there making them seem so. Polyester does not absorb anything!

I do have a set of unbleached Chinese and Indian prefolds (cottonbabies has the best deals and selection) that are 100% cotton, and yes those are probably the best as far as absorbency. There is not much difference in softness or absorbency between the two kinds, in case you're wondering which is best. Just get what's on sale and remember: These still get soaked!! Honestly the best deal for the money are the generic Gerber 12 packs. They are somewhat thinner, yes, but not much worse than the more expensive prefolds to warrant those costing twice as much. Boil them for about 10 minutes when you first get them to make them fluff up and become absorbent (the recommendations are always to wash your prefolds 8-10 times, which is just crazy and a waste of water, energy, time and money). Then I fold them 3 ways and into the covers they go, snappies optional. Oh and if they get scratchy at all (we have hard mountain water) after I wash, on the second rinse add a cup full of vinegar to soften. I do this and hang them out to dry, and they are as soft as cotton balls. I have about 3 dozen prefolds total, this lets me do laundry every other day, and to let things hang-dry.

As far as the covers, there are soooo many choices it made my head spin. I use dappies and couldn't be happier with them and the price!
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Megan Black on November 26, 2001
These diapers are lousy for diapering. The moisture wicks from end to end, and they absorb very little. The Gerber diaper service quality flatweave are better, while the chinese prefolds bought online are better still. They do make decent burp cloths, and are fine for washing cars.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By "octobermom" on January 5, 2002
When shopping for the baby essentials, I looked at all kinds of burp cloths--both name brand and generic. But they all seemed too small and not thick enough to do any good. A friend of mine told me about using the padded cloth diapers as a burp cloth. I purchesed both the padded and regular cloth diapers and use them both around the clock. The padded ones are GREAT for burp cloths as they are long and absorbant. They are also good to lay under the baby's head while on the floor in case of spitting up. For on the go, they make for a softer changing pad when placed under the changing mat. The lightweight ones are good to use as bibs as they are thin and long so you can easily wipe the face/eyes without moving the part under the chin or disturbing the feeding. Finally, when considering how often you use burp cloths and bibs, this product is a true value.
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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 13, 2002
For those using all disposeable diapers, you still need one dozen cloth diapers and two diaper pins. Your baby will eventually get diaper rash. If you follow the standard advice and leave the baby's diaper off, it can result in some major messes. It works much better to use a cloth diaper with no plastic pants and change him as as soon as he wets. They can also be used as burp cloths and lap pads.
For those using all or part cloth diapers, these are the best among modestly priced diapers. They are very absorbant with the sponge layer, yet are not overly bulky once your baby is three months and up. They dry quickly in the drier, saving on your laundering costs. One bleaching has gotten all stains out. The only down side is a few pills on the first few washings,but this has not gotten any worse since then.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 6, 2001
These diapers leave much to be desired. They have pilled after less than 10 washings. The absorbancy is ok. They are very large and bulky and probably won't fit a baby well until s/he is at least 20 pounds. You would be better off finding a different brand.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By "myneon" on August 2, 2001
I used disposable diapers with my first two children and will use disposables again. However, on the persistance of my mother, I did purchase some cloth diapers. These were a life saver. These are excellent when the baby has diaper rash, but you can't let them go completely nude. The cloth breaths much better that plastic. If your baby has diaper rash, these are a must!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 9, 2003
These are the most ridiculous diapers I have ever used. They are a downright scam! They are a single layer of thin cotton weave with a polyester pad sewn into the center section. This is supposed to be an absorbant pad, but if you know ANYTHING about polyester you know it absorbs NOTHING! Many All-In-One cloth diapers use polyester fleece covers because it does not absorb liquid, in fact it repells liquid. So these diapers look nice and fluffy, but they are no more absorbant than if you wrap a piece of cheesecloth on your babies bottom. In fact the older style Gerber prefolds were more aborbant, because they at least had some extra CLOTH folded into the center section. These diapers are a plain rip-off. Buy the Gerber Diaper Service diapers for a real cloth diaper, they are 4x4x4 diapers( that means each section of the prefold has 4 layers of cotton in it), all cotton. Don't waste a dime on these! I can't believe Gerber even makes these.
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