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OsoCozy 6 Pack Prefolds Unbleached Cloth Diapers, Size 1

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Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs)
  • 100% soft unbleached indian cotton
  • The internet's best selling prefold cloth diaper
  • Durable and long lasting
  • Infant-size 1 fits 7-15 pounds
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OsoCozy 6 Pack Prefolds Unbleached Cloth Diapers, Size 1 + Thirsties Duo Wrap Snap, Blackbird, Size One (6-18 lbs) + Rumparooz Cloth Diaper Cover, Quinn Plaid Snap
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Size: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs)
Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 1 x 16 inches
OriginPakistan
UPC885101747210 094922259820
Item model numberOCCPU-I8
Minimum weight recommendation6 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation15 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
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Best Sellers Rank #330 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Size: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs)

OsoCozy unbleached prefold cloth diapers (Size 1), 100% cotton twill weaved cloth diapers. Soft, durable and very absorbent. Diaper service quality meaning these are the same kind of thick and absorbent cloth diapers typically used by diaper services. OsoCozy prefolds are a step up in quality and value from many store brands. These rectangular cloth diapers are 12x16" before washing they will shrink approximately 5-10% like most cotton products. This size fits babies from 7-15 pounds and is generally used with a diaper cover or plastic pant. These three paneled rectangular diapers are 4 layers on the sides and 8 layers thick in the middle. OsoCozy prefolds are the highest quality and best selling cloth diapers sold on the Internet. Note that our unbleached diapers must be washed and dried 2-3 times prior to use. The washing is required for unbleached fabric to achieve maximum absorbency by removing natural cotton oils from the fabric.


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They are very soft and absorbent.
Stephensnest
I use them as burp cloths and they are the best.
laurel
We love these OsoCozy cotton prefold diapers.
KS

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119 of 124 people found the following review helpful By km on August 15, 2011
Size Name: Size 2 Verified Purchase
I recently began using cloth diapers for my 11 month old, 23 pound son. I ordered a package of these Osocozy size 2 diapers, and a package of Bummis Organic Cotton prefold diapers, size two. I washed them together, and honestly, I can't tell which one is which. They are both the same size after washing. Both brands are soft and absorbent, after several washings as the seller suggests. I'm very pleased with both, but I will probably be ordering another package of the Osocozy diapers, since they were cheaper than the Bummis brand. I've been using them with the Thirsties duo wrap with snaps.
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130 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Morgannin on January 18, 2012
Size Name: Size 2 Verified Purchase
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I am completely new to cloth diapering. My daughter has been in Seventh Generation disposable diapers since she was born (with a temporary stint in Earth's Best). I originally wanted to use cloth diapers, but everyone talked me out of it. My daughter is now six months old (just under 14 pounds and about 27" tall), and I am tired of her permanent diaper rash. I change her every two hours like clockwork. We have tried EVERYTHING! Her skin is so sensitive and she has had allergic reactions to almost every cream I have tried. Well, I got these in the mail yesterday evening (along with a Thirsties Duo Wrap and three Snappis). I spent all last night prewashing these to get them ready. Today, I tried one out for the first time.

I used a trifold and just let this lay in the Thirsties cover (size 2). I'm sure this will not work overnight, but my daughter had just woken up, was squirmy, and wanted to eat. Less than two hours later (she was in her Go Pod), she was grunting and making weird faces, so I took her into the nursery to change her.

First off, her clothes were dry. This shocked me. I'm so used to her diapers leaking all the time. I figured that the trifold just laying in the cover wouldn't do much, but I was wrong. Next, I noticed that the prefold was SOAKED all the way through from top to bottom. However, my baby's skin was nearly dry! I only had to use one wipe for the first time ever. Finally, her diaper rash was completely gone!

For anyone worried that prefolds will limit your child's movement, I have included a video of my six-month-old, who has just started learning to crawl in the past couple of weeks.
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134 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Jeffery S. Greene on March 27, 2011
Size Name: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs) Verified Purchase
I am an Advanced Maternal Age mom who did LOTS of research on highest absorbency, trimmest fit, and most thrifty options for diapering. Nearly every mom friend (mom's club and La Leche) uses all-in-one's or some derivative (and have complaint, in one of my three criteria, with their choice). We started our 1st child with disposable thinking they would be 'more convenient' and had 'blow outs' up the back and sides. We found these OsoCozy prefolds meet our criteria above. I purchased no pill fleece as liners (cut into rectangles), snappis, and cute diaper covers (Thirsties). For our newborn we use disposable at night (to avoid changing her never ending liquid in-out) - and these cloth w/cover overnight for our toddler (without leaking incident). They've not stained and have held up to hundreds of washes.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By WCD on January 27, 2012
Size Name: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs) Verified Purchase
Finding an inexpensive burp cloth online was difficult. Frankly all of them seemed either crazy expensive, or super thin. If a burp cloth is being used for actual burping of a baby, you want something that can take a good hit of baby puke.

These diapers worked great! They are absorbent, soft, an at a great price. I highly recommend them. In fact, I will probably buy another pack and start phasing out our old burp cloths.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lesa Browning on April 25, 2012
Size Name: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs)
The OsoCozy refolds are a great choice for cloth diaper families. I have used other brands but they just do not provide the thick and absorbent reliability that I get with these. The important thing to remember with cloth diapers is that they must be primed before the first use. This means washing them in hot water and then drying them... repeat 5 - 6 times. Use a basic detergent, preferably powder with no softeners. (basic Tide works well) No dryer sheets or softeners or your diapers will get a build up and repel liquid. (not what we want) Once you have washed and dried 5-6 times these diapers will shrink to the proper size and quilt up beautifully. They can be used with pins and plastic pants the way our mothers used them, or with a snappi and a diaper cover for a more modern and easy diaper system.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ashleynouveau on July 25, 2013
Size Name: Infant - Size 1 (7-15 lbs) Verified Purchase
I'm a first time cloth diaper-er and haven't tried any other prefold. After doing my amazon review research these were my favorite and I haven't been disappointed. I use the jellyroll method with diaper pins and use a thirsties size 1 cover. There are very rarely any blowouts, and when there are it never gets on the clothes. They're very absorbent - our little girl hasn't needed night changes since maybe 4-5 weeks old (she's a light night soiler though). I don't even use a liner with them at night (which is only aggravating because they're bought, washed, and unreturnable. Oh well - backup wipes!).

Most importantly they don't irritate her bum. I use Bordeaux's natural butt paste (green bottle) since it won't clog the cloth. On the rare occasion I have to use disposables, by 2 days of using the cloth any diaper rash starts fading and by 5-7 days its completely gone.

I didn't bother with a toilet sprayer, I just rinse mine in the basement slop sink when I have a small load (2 days worth, approx 24-30 diapers). I also use rock the green detergent for them in bare naked babies which I love.

We've been using these prefolds at 9 lbs (when her cord fell off) first we folded it in the back, we started front folding at 12 lbs. I think they might shrink a little because some do not fit the same as others, but its so subtle it's not an actual complaint, that's just why we started front folding. Even with a front fold she has yet to poo up past the back of the diaper (the back fold pocket would catch some of that before it went to disaster status).

She's 15 lbs now and we still have to fold it down in the front - but not nearly as much. By 18 lbs I'm guessing well stop folding down. Just to give you a size reference.

We also had the better fit infant size (purple edging, up to 16lbs) they were great too, these are still our main ones because they have a broader weight range (when rolling and pinning).

Good luck!
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