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gDiapers Cloth Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (6 Count)
- gDiapers are breathable, soft cotton diaper covers with two insert options: washable Cloth Inserts and Disposable Inserts that can be flushed (follow package instructions) or composted (wet ones only)
- Cloth inserts are made of baby-soft polyester microfleece and hemp/cotton
- Trim-fitting, no folding required
- Use with medium, large, and x-large gPants (sold separately)
- Packaging may vary
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Size: Medium/Large, 13 to 36 Pounds
How to wash and care for gCloth inserts: For optimum softness, absorbency and sizing, wash gCloth inserts at least six (6) times in hot water without detergent before using. Expect some shrinkage in length. The extra washing is worth the effort, because gCloth inserts become softer and more absorbent the more you wash them. For regular use you can machine wash on hot and either line or machine dry. Please do not use fabric softeners. If you find that after some use your gCloth is losing some of it's absorbency you may have detergent build-up. Wash your gCloth on hot without detergent (or with just a little bit of dish soap) to "strip" your gCloth of that excess build-up and get them back to peak absorbency.
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Top Customer Reviews
Here's what my wife and I bought:
1) gBaby Bundle (Recommend) gDiapers gBaby Bundle, Newborn Diapers
2) 4 packs of the small (8-14lbs)gCloth inserts, 6 ct. (Recommend, could probably have gotten by with 3 packs, put this allows us a little more time between loads of laundry).
3)1 box of the gDiapers gCloth Liners, 105 ct. 1 box will last about two weeks, I'd recommend buying 3 or 4 boxes if you're going to go full-on with the reusable inserts. We put one in every diaper and they are a godsend. gDiapers gCloth Liners - 105 Count
We also bought a case of the flushable diaper refills, gDiapers Refill Case- Small (160 Count) and have found that to be unnecessary. These are handy to have around, but the amount in the gBaby Bundle is more than sufficient to last awhile, unless you'll not be using the reusable inserts.
The one product that G-Diapers does not really explain well is the optional "g-Cloth Liners" that sit on top of the reusable cloth inserts.Read more ›
CHEAPER OPTIONS: There are cheaper cloth options available that work well with gdiapers. I use Gerber flat fold birdseye cloth diapers. They are more than half the price of the gdiaper cloth inserts and work GREAT! For the medium gpants, I fold the Gerber flat folds in fourths and then in half. I change about every 2 hours, same with the gdiapers cloth inserts. This method also does not add any extra bulk to the diaper. I also like Osocozy flat diapers (super soft and available on Amazon). They are larger than the Gerber brand, so they are probably wouldn't work well in the small g pants (although I haven't tried it). Osocozy flat diapers sell on Amazon for under $10 for a 6 pack.
We had way more leaks with the few disposables we used.
We love gDiapers! She doesn't make a mess every time she pees or poos, and the diapers are very easy to hand wash. When she poos, we scrape out the mess with cardboard or paper, which we throw in our composting toilet, and then we immediately hand wash, and so far there has not been any sign of poo stains. The M-XL-size cloth inserts absorb a lot (much more than the size S inserts), and we have no problems with leakage. Although the outer gPants do feel humid/damp from the pee, it's a good reminder that it's time to change the cloth insert.
We have used disposable diapers while out about town, and a few times she developed signs of diaper rash -- which never became full blown because we changed her to cloth diapers at home. Now we're trying to use gDiapers only -- carrying with us a few extra cloth inserts and an extra gPant (+ snap-in waterproof liner) -- and she has not yet had any diaper rash.
Our little girl is now 3 months old and weighs 5 kg. We started her at size small a month ago, and now we're transitioning to size medium. We have 2 medium-sized gPants and 12 cloth inserts; we immediately hand wash most of the time, but with drying time, we think it's best to have 4 gPants and we're going to try to stick to 12 inserts, though we may move up to 18.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Emma never has a diaper rash with her cloth diapers and these inserts fit so well inside the gdiapersPublished 12 days ago by Erica Yawn
Not very absorbent compared to other options. Also more expensive for what you get. I ended up getting other inserts to use with my gpants.Published 2 months ago by Jones-Lewis
These are some great inserts! I use them with g diaper g pants and as inserts to my pocket diapers of brands other that gdiapers.Published 3 months ago by Amber
I used gdiapers for my first child so we wanted to use them again. They don't fit this baby as well. Also the inserts are less absorbent than they were 5 years ago. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sara M.
I really like that these inserts are trim and so soft, but they are not absorbent whatsoever! My 4 month old is not a heavy wetter, but after one hour he continually soaks through... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sera Virginia
I really like these diaper inserts. My son is 7 weeks old and 12 lbs now, so I'm not sure how long they will fit (I'm guessing another month or 2 by themselves), but I plan to use... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laura Manning
Cloth inserts work great, no problems with leaking or blow outs.Published 8 months ago by Greg Avedesian