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Gerber 10 Count Flatfold Gauze Cloth Diapers, White (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 100% Cotton
- Made from heavy, tightly twisted yarns
- Flatfold diapers have the same thickness throughout
- 10 count white assortment
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Top Customer Reviews
I tried a pack of these Kushies 6 Pack Washable Flat Diapers, White which everyone raves about. In my opinion, the Kushies are too thick, soft, and linty - very flannel-like. Feels more like a towel than a burpy diaper. I really wanted the old Gerbers that we always used in our family.
These said "gauze", which sounds like something that's full of holes, so I didn't get my hopes up when I took a chance and bought a pack of them. But I was very pleasantly surprised when they arrived. These "gauze" cloth diapers are the sturdy, soft, perfect ones you remember! They're thick but not too thick, absorbent enough to protect your shirt from spit-up, but not overly plush. Definitely not see-through. And we know from experience that they last forever and only get better in the wash.
These are tough to find in stores now, since Gerber is obviously pushing the cheaper "birdseye" weave. Let's all vote with our dollars and only buy these "gauze" cloth diapers. Hopefully we can get Gerber to stop making that "birdseye" garbage and just go back to only making these, and hopefully they'll just call these "cloth diapers" so it's not confusing.
- Absorbency is good, as long as I use two flats per diaper.
- Much less expensive than many other cloth diapering options
- 100% cotton. Washes and dries quickly and easily. (I have had some staining, but I'm told that that is mostly inevitable. They are clean, which is really all that matters.)
- If they don't work for you they can be used for a soaker or about a billion other things around the house (burp rag, dusting cloth. etc).
- Flats can be folded differently to fit your individual baby. Babies aren't all the same size and shape, so it's nice to have ways of customizing the diaper.Read more ›
I have also used these Gerber cloth diapers when I am fostering orphaned kittens. They are excellent for wrapping a tiny kitten in during feeding time and cleaning up after them. They are also soft and wash up very well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You will never have better cleaning rags than thes. I have bought several packages and I want more, and more. I use them in the kitchen, on the floors, etc. etc.Published 1 month ago by Jewell L. Warner
Eventually my collection of cloth diapers that I use all over the house for cleaning wore out. These are the same wonderful gauze I remember from 28 years ago. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kate Pentecost
Very good quality material and nicely made. They are small, so suitable for newborns. I bought these to use as rags and for this they are perfect -- much better than paper towels... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Carolyn Creed
Terrible. So very thin. Not like they were just 15 years ago wheny some was little. They are useless nowPublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Don't know how it was; another gift for a first born whose mother only wanted cloth diapers.Published 15 months ago by George W. Cole
we are getting great use of them but they are not the old gauze that I remember from 30 years ago!Published 18 months ago by S. Rubenstein
I do wish they still made the old Gerber ones, but very happy with these Many thanks for quick servicePublished on February 5, 2014 by Judy Chauncey
Don't waste your money. These diapers are like cheese cloth. They will make good dust cloths. Don't use them for diapers a paper towel would work better.Published on March 9, 2013 by Mary Moran
You will be very disappointed in these. Don't let the Gerber name fool you. These are so thin, you can almost see through them.Published on February 24, 2013 by PHL