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gDiapers Disposable Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (32 Count Bags, Pack of 4)
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- gDiapers are reusable cotton diaper covers with disposable inserts that have multiple disposal options
- Flush, compost (wet ones only, please), or toss
- gPants are made of breathable materials so babies are far less likely to get diaper rash
- gDiapers Disposable Inserts are the only diaper to be Cradle to Cradle certified, which means they go back to the earth in a neutral or beneficial way
- Size M/L/XL fits into size medium, large, and extra large gPants
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Size: Medium/Large/Extra Large | Unit Count: 128
From the Manufacturer
gDiapers is reinventing the diaper inside and out, giving parents the convenience of disposables and the confidence to build a better future. On the inside, our Disposable Inserts are Cradle to Cradle Certified(cm) Silver, flushable and break down in home compost (wet ones only). On the outside, our soft cotton gPants diaper covers let baby's skin breathe and come in colors and prints that fit your style.
- Every time a conventional disposable diaper is changed it gets thrown in the garbage. That's over 27 billion diapers that head to US landfills every year. Every time you change a gDiaper, you have a choice. You don't have to throw it all away. You can choose to turn your waste into a resource by composting our Cradle to Cradle Certified(cm) Silver Disposable Inserts (wet ones only). Or you can flush the Disposable Insert down the toilet, following the directions on the packaging of course. Your baby's bottom will feel good in our soft cotton gPants diaper covers that are designed to maximize airflow and minimize diaper rash. And you'll feel good having your baby in colors and prints that fit your style.
How to use gDiapers
1. Pick your gPants. Any color will do. 2. Tuck in an insert. 3. Change your baby. Hug.
gPants come in sizes from newborn to extra large to fit your child perfectly from the moment they arrive in the world right until they are walking and talking toddlers ready to potty train. Disposable inserts come in 2 sizes -- newborn/small and medium/large/XL -- and are designed to fit snugly inside the gPants.
gPants anatomy, inside and out.
What you need to use gDiapers
All you need to use gDiapers are inserts and gPants. If your baby is on the way, the Newborn Bundle is the perfect place to start. It has just what you need to get going with gDiapers for a brand new baby. If your baby is already here and bigger than the newborn size, we recommend 6-8 gPants in each size. You can buy them individually to hand-pick the colors or prints that you want, or you can choose a bundle for extra convenience.
gDiapers, like any diaper, need to be changed every 2-4 hours. Our newborn/small inserts come in packages of 40; medium/large/XL come in packages of 32. Buy them by the case (4-pack) to stock up and save money.
gPants and disposable inserts make a great pair.
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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) (Recommend, could probably have gotten by with 3 packs, put this allows us a little more time between loads of laundry).
gDiapers gCloth Inserts - Small (6 Count)
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.Read more ›
We have more than the recommended number of gPants, per the gDiapers website and as such, always have a stack readily stuffed by her changing table. We like having the convenience of a disposable with the flushable. If we are unable to flush it, we can toss it and know that it will degrade unlike regular plastic disposable/chlorine-free diapers - we also compost her wet flushables. We do flush the poopy flushables and know of parents with septics tanks that also flush these.
The cotton pants are just so adorable and you can get more colors and now, new designs directly from gDiapers.com.
I will advise any parent that wants to give this a shot, to join the gDiaper yahoo group. There are tons of parents there and loads of advice and also used gPants for sale - another level of recycling !
The Subscribe and Save via Amazon for the Flushables is the cheapest I have come across - even cheaper than getting them from a store and the convenience of auto shopping is priceless !
In regards to the previous reviewer's comments on price, while they are more expensive than other disposables it's not that much. I did the math, according to Amazon's prices at the time of writing this, g's (med/lg) cost 36c per insert (if you 'subscribe and save', case of 128), Seventh Generation's are 35c per diaper(case of 120 stage 3), pampers cruisers are 25c per diaper (case of 160 size 3). SO...if you are using seventh gen, i guess the price really isn't an issue anymore now that Amazon has g's with subscribe and save savings!
At 10cents per diaper at the *average* 6 diaper changes per day for 30 days, that is only $18 a month...i will skip out on ordering pizza Once a Month in order to pay for our g's and feel good knowing Poop from our daughter is not heading into the landfill to pollute the groundwater. Icky! And come to think of it, I would probably be paying a good deal of that extra cash to treat her diaper rash every day if we were in disposables... guess I'll order that pizza anyway!
Way cuter than sposies and not that much more $ day to day!
Fit - These started fitting right at 8 pounds. He is now at 10 pounds and they are great.
Convenience - They are a bit more inconvenient than a disposable, this is true. But I still find them extremely convenient, even when out and about. In my diaper bag instead of disposables I have an extra pant/liner, a few inserts, and a plastic baggie. This is all I need to take care of flushing (or tossing) while out and about, and the baggie is where the cover/liner goes if it gets poopy. In fact the only place they are obviously more inconvenient than a disposable is at home, since I have to put my son down somewhere safe and take them to the bathroom.
Absorbency - My son doesn't seem to be too heavy of a wetter. They are great at containing urine and breastfed BMs. I have never had a pee leak. Occasionally the poop will get a bit on the outer cover which means the pant needs to be washed, but it has never gotten out on his clothing. We have 7 gpants which is more than enough to only need to wash every 3-4 days.
Looks - The pants are so adorable. They look like bottoms all on their own. They look great just with a t-shirt instead of the trashy look you have with a disposable diaper and no bottoms. I find myself deliberately dressing him in tees instead of onesies so that I can show off his adorable tush.
Price - They are a bit more than a disposable, but if you sign up for Amazon delivery, you get 15% off which makes them almost the same price.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have used this brand for all three of my kids. I love knowing that they are better for the environment plus they are so cute in all the variety of colors offered. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
These were a valuable new baby item and allowed me to transition into cloth diapering slowly.
After my second caesarean it took me a while back to get back on my feet and I... Read more
Best diaper system. We love the flushable inserts. By using the inserts, we eliminate our diapers going into a landfill, and we eliminate water usage and heating associated with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Poby
I like using healthy diapers. Unfortunately, my son is very prone to rashes. I have been thru three brands of healthy disposables and cloth diapering using only cotton or organic... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
i like these inserts in general, but about half of them are cut poorly and the inner part is sliced through the middle... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Our son is a larger boy and has some special needs. He is 4 years old 61 lbs. and not potty trained yet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terri