Thirsties new One Size All in One reusable diaper truly challenges the convenience and trim-fit of a disposable diaper. This diaper offers absorbency, waterproof protection, and adjustability all rolled up into a stylish, comfortable and extremely effective cloth diaper.
- Fits babies 8-40lbs; 0-36 months
- Convenient, trim fitting, and absorbent
- Goes on in one simple step - cloth diapering doesn't get easier
- One size diaper provides a customizable fit for most babies from birth to potty
- 4 total layers of absorbent microfiber terry, a microfleece liner and a reliable waterproof exterior
- Stay-dry microfleece liner provides wetness protection
- Eco-friendly, low impact reactive dyes that meet or exceed criteria set forth by the European Union. No heavy metals, toxic substances, or environmentally destructive practices are used in dying our fabrics.
- Proudly manufactured in the USA
- A built-in, three-layer microfiber terry soaker absorbs an amazing seven times its weight in liquid.
- The soaker is topped with stay-dry microfleece which keeps your baby feeling dry.
- An additional layer of terry lies between the microfleece and PUL body of the diaper providing a last line of defense.
- The soaker is sewn in on one side (at the top of the diaper), which makes adding extra absorbent layers a cinch and tremendously decreases drying time!
- More absorbent and dries 3 times faster than the Duo All In One
- If you're looking for natural fibers Thirsties also has a Natural All-in-One Snaps Diaper!
- Outer: 100% polyester with waterproof TPU laminate
- Inner liner: 100% polyester microfleece
- Inner absorbency : 1 layer of microfiber terry
- Inner soaker: 100% polyester - 3 layers of microfiber terry topped with layer of microfleece
Before use: Wash 1-3 times using a cloth diaper safe detergent.
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