Gdiapers Everyday G's, Small, 6-Count, 1.4-Pound
|Price:||($10.79 / Count)|
- Get started or stock up; the Everyday g's 6-pack of gPants comes in gDiapers' signature colors, orange and green
- gDiapers gPants are soft cotton diaper covers made of breathable materials so babies are far less likely to get diaper rash
- gPants are perfectly sized to fit babies from newborn to toddler
- gDiapers Disposable Inserts are Cradle To Cradle Certified(cm) Silver, flushable and break down in home compost (wet ones only)
- Cloth inserts, baby wipes, coordinated tops and other accessories are also available
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gDiapers are redefining diapers by giving parents the convenience of disposables and the confidence to build a better future. On the inside, gDiapers Disposable Inserts are Cradle To Cradle Certified(cm) Silver, flushable and break down in home compost (wet ones only). On the outside, gDiapers soft cotton gPants are designed to let baby’s skin breathe and come in colors and prints that fit your style. The Everyday g's 6-pack includes 6 gPants, a cost-friendly way to get started or stock up on gDiapers. Includes three orange and three green gPants.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 10 x 8 x 4 inches; 9.1 Ounces
- Item model number : 60084
- Material Feature : Biodegradable Warning
- Date First Available : April 21, 2010
- Manufacturer : Gdiapers
- ASIN : B003IGTQKS
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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|Color||Great Orange & Guppy Green||Jagger||girl color 04||098||White||Girl Prints + Wet Bag|
|Size||Small||One Size||One Size||18 Piece Set||Size 1 (<9kg)||S,M,L|
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I decided to begin cloth diapering my first baby when she was born. I used several different brands and homemade diapers and tried everything. My problem was that they were too bulky and leaked constantly. What I love about these diapers is that they have a removable waterproof insert that is elasticized so that when you put the diaper on your baby it form fits to their leg and they are not bulky. They are so absorbent! I haven't had any leaks! You can unsnap the waterproof liner and reuse the cover. I use cloth inserts and bought some extras of the liners so I can just snap them out. After baby is changed I throw the soiled snap-in liner and cloth insert in a kitchen size garbage can lined with a PUL bag and then just throw the bag in the wash when it's full. They can be washed and dried in a conventional washer and dryer-which is also really handy. At night I use wool liners along with the cloth inserts and they hold up pretty well, you can also use the disposable inserts at night. I'm so glad I found these-they are the best I have used! Here is what I recommend to start with for one baby:
gdiapers newborn baby bundle(comes with 12 newborn diapers, 6 small, 80 small biodegradable refills)
6 pack of newborn gdiapers (you'll have 18 total if you buy the baby bundle)
6 more small gdiapers for a total of 12
1-2 packs of little gpant pouches size small (6 in a pack)
5 packs of cloth inserts size small (either gcloth inserts or homemade for a total of 30)
12 medium gpants
12 large gpants
5 packs of cloth inserts size large (either gcloth inserts or homemade for a total of 30)
1-2 packs of little gpant pouches size medium/xlarge
I do wash about every 1 and 1/2 to 2 days.
Sometimes I'll add an insert that is made of 4 layers of regular white flannel as an extra barrier without the bulkiness. Gcloth inserts are also four layers, but are pretty spendy per pack, so I made my own from a pattern I found online and saved even more money that way.
Now that I'm cloth diapering with my second baby, I've found the perfect cloth diapers in gdiapers. I couldn't be more thrilled with this purchase!
I haven't had a blowout with them bc of the way the liner seals while I have had a blowout with the disposable pampers the few times I used them. Also, whatever chemicals are in disposables huggies or pampers react with the urine and poop and make the baby smell stinky.
The only con to Gdiapers is washing them. When they are young and only drinking breast milk/formula it's fairly easy bc everything is liquid and so I just threw everything together in the wash including his clothes and blankets. when they start eating solids, you can just plop the poop in the toilet and I can show my son too which I think will help him understand that poop goes in the toilet and may help with potty training in the future. Everything comes out fresh and clean in the wash. I have to do laundry every two days and don't soak the diapers before that time.
If you can find a sample to look at it will help you understand all the layers involved. You can either use cloth inserts or they make biodegradable inserts (these don't have chemicals in them that make the baby stinky). I use the cloth at home or short day trips and then use the biodegradable inserts when we leave for the weekend. Since he is older and is peeing a lot more at night, I have been using a disposable huggie diaper because the cloth/disposable insert just can't seem to hold that much urine for 12 hours.
I have had issue with them leaking but it was usually when he was in between sizes and you have to be careful to adjust the diaper around the groin at each diaper change which you would do with other diapers anyways.
Hope this helps!
For anyone debating on weather or not to give cloth a go here is what I do. I keep a soap pump filled with vinegar water at the sink and after I rinse the insert I put one squirt on the diaper insert and rub it in. Wring it out and put in a wet bag. It's done until it's time to wash. Crazy easy! For poop diapers I have a sprayer for the toilet. I recommend the bumgenius sprayer. Then I do the same vinegar rinse as with pee. No fuss. Don't over think it and you will be fine.
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G's are great if you want to cloth with the option for convenience without changing too much about.
Slim fitting, no leaks and look bloomin cute on the bum!
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