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- 100% organic merino wool.
- Made in Germany
- Double knitted - 2 layers of wool.
- Certified by GOTS (global organic textile standard)
- Size 3-6 months, for height 62-68 cm (24-27 inches). Size 6-12 months for height 74-80 cm (29-31 inches). Size 12-24 months for height 86-92 cm (34-36 inches).
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Made of especially fine, soft merino wool, these woolen over pants are suitable even for very small children. Their high knitted waistband not only stops leaks, it keeps baby’s tummy lovely and warm, helping prevent wind. The woolen over pants absorb excess urine, which binds with the lanolin -the natural wax on wool fibers – and is neutralized, so if the woolen over pants have just got a little damp, it is enough to leave it to dry out in the fresh air. Thanks to the natural self-cleaning function of the wool fibers, the pants are left hygienically clean. If all the lanolin in the woolen over pants is used up, or if the pants have been cleaned, lanoline must be added again. The woollen over pants then stop leaks again for several days or weeks.
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- ASIN: B0052ZLL10
- Item model number: 26501-124-00500-21-$P
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 27, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh, also, I would be remiss if I failed to mention that I live where the summers are always over 100 degrees (usually 105-110), and I don't hesitate for a second to put on this cover when we have to venture out in this crazy heat. Wool is so breathable and dare I say, magical, that it is still the absolute best option for keeping this baby dry, happy, and red-mark free. I am now busy converting my entire stash to wool and flats (saving my newborn prefolds to use as doublers). I am determined to try all the other wool covers out there and compare. I can tell you this; this cover is much cheaper than many others, and works wonderfully. If you have been hesitant to try it, stop debating and take the plunge - - you'll wish you had sooner!
(Oh, one last thing, even though I washed this very gingerly, the cover did start felting after the 3rd wash. This doesn't matter to me, since I'm more concerned with it keeping baby dry than with it looking pristine, but still had to mention.)
P.S. Here is a photo of my 4-month old in the cover. This is a size 62/68 (3-6 months); although many refer to it as the newborn size, and it did indeed fit my newborn.
We are still using this single wool cover and it is the best diaper cover for overnight for a heavy wetter. Hands down. Nothing can beat wool. We use a Bamboozle with a Flip Stay Dri under it and have had great success. I have even added a wool bed liner to the mix. Pee has never ever soaked through it to the mattress. Wool is awesome. Still using the Eucalan with Now Lanolin about once every 3 weeks.
I have a LanaCare, Kissa's Wool Lovers and Aristocrats pull up covers. (I went WAY overboard buying cloth diapering supplies!) I also have 3 different machine washable
wool wrap style covers, and that pull up wool covers are significantly softer than the wrap style ones. The disana if my #1 favorite for nighttime diapering. The only reason I don't love it as much for daytime is because it is bulkier than others.
It fits comfortably around my baby's waist and thighs and doesn't allow any moisture to seep through. It is very breathable and soft. My baby loves wearing it. The care of the wool isn't as difficult as I thought it would be. I can't get tight pj's over this cover, but it works great with a large t-shirt. I am definitely glad that I purchased this.
So research lead me to wool! Diasanas are the perfect night/nap time solution with a cotton prefold. We used GMD.
Size up with no issues. I have my 2 month old who weighs 13 lbs in a 6-12 month size and she has been in that one since day one. They fit under her clothes well since she is only in full body suits called sleep and plays from carters.
Toddler wears size 2-3 year old size.
Don't waste time with PUL covers, all in ones, or pockets diapers.
Cotton prefolds and wool covers are the way to go. For daytime try babeegreens wool covers! (Not a paid advertisement) just a satisfied momma
Just wish they had a better color stock here. And they have multiple listing for the same size just because the text is a bit different.