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Kushies 5 Pack Reusable Ultra Diapers for Infants

by Kushies

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10-22lbs/4-10kg
  • 100% Cotton. Machine wash warm.
  • Machine washable and dryable; Outer waterproof barrier
  • 10 22 pounds /4 10 kg
  • Adjustable hook and loop closure system for a snug fit
  • Patented built in flap for extra absorbency
  • Colors may vary, you may receive: white, yellow, cream, blue in different patterns
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Kushies 5 Pack Reusable Ultra Diapers for Infants + Kushies 10 Pack Washable Diaper Liners, White + Bumkins Flushable Diaper Liner, 1 Pack, Neutral
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Product Information

Size: 10-22lbs/4-10kg
Technical Details
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions7.5 x 7.5 x 5.5 inches
OriginCanada
UPC064408010054
Item model numberU1005
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000649E1
Best Sellers Rank #55,042 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Size: 10-22lbs/4-10kg

From the Manufacturer

The Kushies Ultra All-In-One form fitted washable cloth diaper is easy to use and easy on the environment too. This diaper features five layers of 100% soft cotton flannel with a special absorbent soaker layer inside and waterproof shell on the outside. The closure system is hook and loop and the tabs are extended for optimum adjustability and a snug fit. The patented, built in-flap can be folded up for boys or down for girls for extra absorbency. No diaper cover required.

Product Description

The Kushies Ultra All In One form fitted washable cloth diaper is easy to use and easy on the environment too. This diaper features five layers of 100% soft cotton flannel with a special absorbent soaker layer inside and waterproof shell on the outside. The closure system is hook and loop and the tabs are extended for optimum adjustability and a snug fit. The patented, built in flap can be folded up for boys or down for girls for extra absorbency. No diaper cover required.


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Customer Reviews

They're very easy to wash.
Lisa Manske
I was not pleased at first with how tight I had to make it on my daughter just to make it snug around her leg, we often have leaks in that area.
Amazon Customer
I started using these because of a diaper rash (caused by disposable diapers and heavy wetting) and am happy to report, no leaks.
Mom of Sammy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

389 of 391 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Manske on March 30, 2004
Size Name: 10-22lbs/4-10kg
This is our first baby. I'm an at-home mom, so I'm always looking for ways to save money. We used disposables for the first 6 weeks while we adjusted to parenting a newborn. Disposables are convenient but they really get costly! Figure about $10-15 per week for disposables diapers.

I started using the Kushies during the daytime and really love them! It took about two diaper changes for me to figure out the best way to put them on our 11 pound daughter. But, now that I know, they NEVER leak. Line up the diaper along baby's back at his/her natural waist. The front of the diaper will be considerably higher than the back, as there is plenty of room to grow. (As baby gets bigger, the front will line up closer and closer to the back.) Fasten the velcro and check the leg holes to make sure they're snug. If they're not, re-adjust the velco.

They're very easy to wash. I do not put water in my diaper pail, because that makes it too heavy. I run them through the soak cycle, then a normal warm wash with very little detergent, sometimes adding "super washing soda." Hanging them to dry outside, even on a cloudy day, truly eliminates all stains. You can also put them in the dryer. Putting them in the dryer makes them considerably softer. You can greatly diminish drying time by putting in a dry bath towel with the wet diapers. I recommend drying them on low heat with a dry towel added. If you fold the velcro tabs back (like the directions tell you to) they won't turn into a "diaper snake."

If you are considering cloth diapers, I recommend you answer these questions for yourself:

1. Do you have easy access to a washer and dryer and, preferably, a place to line dry?
2. Do you have the time and energy to wash diapers about every other day?
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147 of 147 people found the following review helpful By alleecatLB on November 23, 2004
Size Name: 10-22lbs/4-10kg
Kushies AIOs have been a fantastic compromise between traditional cloth diapers and disposables. They are as easy to put on as disposables, and much more comfortable for baby because they are soft and the material is breathable. We almost never have leaks with them even at night or when baby is crawling (about the same amount as with disposables). The natural materials seem to prevent diaper rash (my daughter has only had diaper rash once, and got it when visiting Grandma and using disposables). And they are SO cute! People who see my daughter crawling around in her Kushies always say, "Oh, those diapers are ADORABLE! Where did you get those?"

Here are some tips to make using the Kushies (or any cloth diapers) easier:

1) Before baby starts on solid foods, her runny poops will be much easier to clean up if you use disposable liners. Once baby's eating solids, and her poops get more firm, just plop them into the toilet and flush them.

2) Before baby can roll onto her tummy, and she spends most of her time on her back, fold the inside liner towards the back, since her pee will flow to the back. Once she spends more time on her tummy, fold the inside liner towards the front, as her pee will then flow to the front.

3) If you work full time (like I do), you will definitely be too tired to wash diapers every day, so buy enough to get you through a few days without doing laundry. Many websites I have read suggest getting 20-25 diapers. I'd actually say 25-30 is safer. Yes, they ARE expensive, but shop around. I ended up paying about $200 for 25 diapers (including shipping and sales tax). If you figure about $10 per week for disposables, you will still end up paying less for cloth in the long run, even with the cost of laundering them.
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68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Fireflies on August 10, 2003
Size Name: 10-22lbs/4-10kg
For those people who have leaks and excessive dryer time -- do not use dryer sheets, anti-static dryer sheets cause a protective film to cover the diapers making absorbency almost impossible and causing the flannel to not dry as quickly. You need to follow the directions as with any product, to ensure the items work correctly.

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Wow, what a great cloth diaper. These work wonderfully on my daughter (started using them at 6wks still using at 5 mos) and we have tried several others that didn't, including; dappi, sweet cheeks, fuzzi bunz and pre-folds.

The Kushie AIO (All-In-One) comes in the following sizes:
Preemie (2-4 lbs. / 1-2 kg)
Newborn (4-10 lbs. / 2-4 kg)
Infant (10-22 lbs. / 4-10 kg)
Toddler (22-45 lbs. / 10-22 kg)
(Babies R'Us sells infant and toddler sizes)

Babies R'Us only sells gender neutral prints in packages of 5 at this time, but Kushies does offer plain white and gender specific singles as well.

There are no diaper covers required (or needed) as the diaper has a wonderful waterproof exterior and a super soft, 5 layer absorbable flannel interior. It also has an attached flannel flap for extra absorbency. If you use the additional Kushie flannel liners (sold seperately) along with your diaper, it makes it even more absorbable! And adding a strip of flushable liner (sold seperately) on top of all that makes cleanup a breeze! The best thing in my opinion is that none of these extras make the diaper any bulkier, just more efficient and less messy. And I love that my baby doesn't have a drenched bottom when I change her... she's even less wet with the Kushie than she was with disposables!
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