Gerber 12-Pack Prefold Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers with Padding - White (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 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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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!Read more ›
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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AMAZING for burp cloths!!! Soaks up so much better than your pretty pink/blue rag labeled "burp cloth". Would buy again and again!Published 20 months ago by mmwmommy
I use these cloth diapers to hold the bavel string whrn the babies were new born cause that my mama used on me and for diapers when they were home.Published on February 13, 2014 by A. Hall
These are perfect for wiping off car dust which is what we use them for. They last, and are soft. NKPublished on January 28, 2014 by N. KERBY
I purchased these to make burp cloths. I washed them, then sewed fabric to the center piece to customize them. We used the burp cloths for months!Published on June 16, 2013 by M. Noble
I bought these as burp cloths for my two boys.
As burp cloths they are great - nothing fancy, just good at absorbing the spit up. Read more
I ordered these thinking they were like the cloth diaper spit cloths my mom used when I was a kid, but they are thinner and the fabric mekes me itch and get a rash on my hands... Read morePublished on November 26, 2011 by mrserwin2
I love to use these diapers as burp cloths. They are nice and big and protect both your clothes and the baby's. They are nice and soft while still being absorbent. Read morePublished on November 18, 2011 by K. Richter
These are great for burp rags and you get a lot for your money. Other burp rags are too thin, these are good and thick. I use them every day.Published on October 1, 2011 by A2crazy