OsoCozy - Indian Cotton Prefolds (Dozen) - Soft and Absorbent Baby Diapers Made of 100% Indian Cotton - Sized Just Right For Infant Diapers, Fits 7-15 Lbs. - Diaper Service Quality (DSQ), (Infant) (4x8x4)
- BEST BABY DIAPERS - Soft, absorbent and durable OsoCozy Indian Cotton Prefolds are gentle on skin yet incredibly strong, far outlasting the time when your little one fits them!
- SOFT CLOTH DIAPERS - These quality infant diapers fit 7-15 lbs., and are made of pure, 100% Indian cotton in a lint-free thick gauze weave. Ends are surged to keep from fraying or tearing, in a soft blue stitching.
- HIGHLY ABSORBENT - OsoCozy Indian Cotton Prefolds are 4x8x4, with the middle panel having eight layers of absorbency and outer panels with four layers, offering plenty of function plus less bulky fit and quicker drying.
- EASY TO CARE FOR - Simply toss soiled cloth diapers into the wash then machine or line dry. One order contains a dozen baby diapers. They also work great as polishing rags, burp cloths and for other natural home and baby care needs.
- DIAPER SERVICE QUALITY - DonÕt settle for less than the best for your baby. OsoCozy Indian Cotton Prefolds are Diaper Service Quality (DSQ), letting you give the best, quality care to your little one.
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I prepared the diapers with a boil on the stove for 15 minutes, a line dry (most of the way) and then a fluff dry in the dryer. The diapers quilted up nicely and are super absorbent. After the initial prep, I sun dry when I can, definitely the best way to get out stains.
*Update* 10 months
My original 36 infant prefolds still are in great condition, but my little guy is getting too big for them. I just purchased the toddler size prefolds to use in the Thirsties size 2. Unfortunately, I found the diapers are a little too big to fit in the Thirsties size 2 covers on the smallest setting. Talk about a fluffy bottom! I can fold the toddler size over to make them fit, but it looks a bit awkward on the little guy. I just ordered a set of the Premium size osozocy prefolds and think those will work much better. So much for trying to save buying the in between size and just buying the toddler size, but I'll definitely be using the toddler size for overnights.
*Update* 16 months
I still love these prefolds. Super soft and absorbent. In my Thirsties size 2 covers the Premium size works better than the Toddler size, but of course they are not as absorbent (though still work great!). We use the Premium size during the day because the smaller size gives a much trimmer bottom allowing shorts/pants to fit. The Toddler size is awesome at night, keeping the bed dry.
If I could do it again, after graduating from the INFANT size I would order two packs of the PREMIUM size (for use during the day) and one pack of the TODDLER size for use at night. I highly recommend these diapers.
I thought they might be gouging on shipping a little at first but then I got them in the mail and they were sooooooooooo heavy! So keep in mind the shipping price is fair.
These cloth diapers seem to be very high quality and will hold up for a long time (most likely for future siblings too). My daughter was 7lbs, 9oz at birth and probably isn't even 8 lbs. yet. The newborn size fits her well and is even a little too long for her still and I have to fold the top up some. I imagine that they will become too small width-wise before length-wise.
They don't come with any instructions though, so be sure that you prep the diapers before using them. They should be ran through at least 4 wash-dry cycles before first use (DON'T use fabric softener and you only need to use detergent for the first wash cycle) to make them puff up and become absorbent. Also, for usual washing, don't use fabric softener with them - the oils/buildup can cause the prefolds to lose absorbancy over time and then you'll have to do something called "stripping" the fabric to get rid of the buildup.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fabulous as burp cloths. We'd been told to purchase cloth diapers for burp rags and I wish we'd done it with our first! The burp rags we had with our daughter were HORRIBLE. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Daniel O.
Wish they were a little softer like the organic cotton prefolds. Haven't tried on baby yet.Published 26 days ago by D. Dent
These are soft and very absorbent. The only downside is that they are TINY. These are a true newborn size and did not even remotely fit my 8 lb newborn. Read morePublished 1 month ago by "Karen"
After a few washes absorbent but I'm only using to stuff pocket diapers and burp cloths. I can't seem to get the angel wings to fit around my 6 pound babies waist to use just... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Being a newb to CD I was not as thrilled with these as I thought I'd be. Don't get me wrong, they are super absorbent and I think they're durable enough to withstand a bomb but if... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anna Rabel
Great quality! I have continued to buy more as I need them.Published 2 months ago by Tiffany Murrell
I thought they would quilt up a little more than they have. They still seem to do the job though.Published 2 months ago by 2.nerds
Soooo soft (the indian part of the cotton), but sturdy. If well cared for they will last through at least a few babies. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Courtenay E. Grabowski