Diaper Rite Flat diapers. Come in 2 sizes 27 X 27 inches or 32 X 32 inches, and you can choose either white or natural.
These diapers are great because they are one layer which means they are easier to clean and easier to rinse in the washer. I hang them on my drying rack on our balcony and during the day. Plus, if one is accidentally left after washing it, I am not upset because they are cheap; they are less than $2/diaper.
Flip One Size Diaper Cover. These fit babies from approximately 7-35 lbs. My daughter is 31.2 lbs. and hers still fit.
Flip diaper covers are wonderful because you can resuse the covers from diaper change to diaper change, as long as they are not soiled. I often try to spot clean my covers until wash day. Flat diapers can be pad folded and lain inside the diaper.
Hemp Babies Little/Bigger Weeds. These come in 2 sizes: Little Weeds and Bigger Weeds. They are made out of two layers 55% natural hemp/45% certified organic cotton serged together.
I use this as a booster at night time since this has 8 times the absorbency of cotton. These range in price from $5.95-$7.95. I would recommend getting four of these because they take a little bit longer to dry than the flat diapers.
Disana Wool Soaker. This soaker is a pull on style that is double knitted with organic sheep wool. They come in three sizes: small, medium, and large.
I use wool at night time for many reasons. One of those reasons is because I don't have to wash it after I use it every time. Wool has to be hand washed. The one downside is it takes about 24 hours to dry, but despite that I recommend this diaper, especially as a night time cloth diaper. At $26.99, you will be hard pressed to find a wool soaker this good at this price.
Do you use have to use a coin operated washing machine? If so, what cloth diapers work for you?
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