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Real Nappies Cloth Diapers Essentials Pack, Crawler Size, for babies 6-18 months, 18-31 lb
The Real Nappies Crawler Essentials Pack contains all the prefold cloth diapers, diaper covers and diaper liners you need for your child, sized up to 30 pounds:
- 12 x prefold cloth diapers, 100% Indian cotton
- 3 x Snug Wrap diaper covers
- 100 x diaper liners
- 1 x helpful User Guide
The Real Nappies prefold cloth diaper system has been designed to allow for a smooth transition from size to size, so as your baby grows, simply purchase the next size up and you're all set.
If you like to extend the number of days between washes, the Real Nappies Newborn Essentials Pack is a great addition to your stash and can add extra days to your schedule.
Real Nappies Essentials Packs contain the prefold cloth diaper supplies you need at each stage of baby's development.
Real Nappies prefold cloth diapers are made of premium 100% Indian cotton that stays soft and fluffy, even after vigorous laundering.
Real Nappies PUL Snug Wrap diaper covers repel moisture to keep baby dryer and are easily fastened with velcro tabs at the waist.
Each Real Nappies Essentials Pack contains 12 x prefold cloth diapers, 3 x Snug Wrap diaper covers and a roll of 100 diaper liners.
All Real Nappies products are made from premium quality materials, and are backed by a unique warranty that extends across two children and applies to diapers and covers.
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50 of 50 found the following review helpful:
Work, but there are better alternativesJan 30, 2011
I bought this set because I thought it would be a good introductory pack to cloth diapering, which it is. The diapers are very absorbent (use diaper detergent), and the covers have not leaked on us. So overall, it was not wasted money.
This set only contains enough diapers for 1 day of newborn diaper changes (if you're lucky). You'd need to get two or three sets just to avoid doing laundry daily. Well, really you need 2-3 sets worth of prefold diapers, and could get by with fewer covers.
I just wish that I had realized that I could buy all the components of this set cheaper elsewhere:
White Indian Cotton Prefolds - Infant 4x8x4 $21/dozen
Prorap Classic Diaper Covers - Newborn - White $6.99 each
Bio-Soft Liners - Small (5x12 inches) $6.29
Total <$50 for the same quantities of this set
I bought the items listed above and the prefold diapers are EXACTLY like the ones in this set, and my husband and I actually prefer the prorap covers (they dip for the umbilical cord stump). Also, breastmilk poo can go straight into the washer, no liner needed.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Good value, very absorbentApr 14, 2012
We bought the newborn essentials pack for our baby. We're very happy with it. This package is just enough for one day of diapering for us. We need to wash every day, but we're fine with that. We've tried both GroVia and Thirsties all in ones, and Real Nappies are more absorbent. My husband prefers these over disposables, and cloth all in one diapers. They're easy to clean and use. The only downside to these (which also applies to any pre-fold and cover system) is that they are bulky, but that's not stopping us from buying the next size up, which we will do when our daughter is a little older.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Inexpensive solution for cloth diapersJan 29, 2011
By Sandra Orion
My son is seven months old and I have used cloth diapers almost exclusively. The only exception has been when we have been traveling. Real Nappies are an excellent solution for everyday cloth diaper use. I like that there are three diaper covers included in the kit. As my child has gotten older I've just needed to supplement my supply with more diaper covers, which Real Nappies has in packs of 6. If you are new to cloth diapering I recommend getting a starter kit, 12 pre-fold unbleached cloth diapers and then six more diaper covers. I do laundry about every three days with 12 cloth diapers and six diaper covers.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Liked the system a lotFeb 10, 2010
Overall these were
easy to use
easy to clean
5 stars from me.
My guys are moving up in size so I am getting the next size up!
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Love theseOct 17, 2013
I decided to use cloth diapers before my daughter was born, so when she was born, I had these prepped and ready. I used disposables until she was past the meconium stage. I then used up most of my disposables before getting tired of the blow outs. I started using this and had no more blow outs.
This kit only contains 12 diapers which is not enough for a day for a newborn. I bought the step up pack which gave me 6 more prefolds and two more covers. I then bought some OsoCozy prefolds so I could have a dozen extra.
I had some concern ahead of time since there is no umbilical stump cut out. That was not an issue. The diaper can be easily folded to avoid the stump - I will post a picture. I used a jellyroll fold (check YouTube) but I folded the extra inch or two over in her back.
If I could do this again, instead of this kit I would buy Real Nappies 6-Pack of Snug Wrap Diaper Covers, White, Newborn Size, for babies up to 12 weeks, 6-13 lb along with two dozen of these: OsoCozy - Indian Cotton - Prefold Cloth Diapers Infant 4x6x4 (dozen) The infant size 4x8x4 are only about a quarter to a half inch bigger than the newborn Real Nappies prefolds once prepped, so I would skip the newborn size.
You don't need liners if your infant is exclusively breastfed. My daughter goes through 15 to 20 diapers a day (she will pee, then poo after we change her, then poo again after we change her again). You may need 3 dozen prefolds if you want to do laundry every other day, but I would start with two dozen.
Just remember that with all prefolds, you have to wash 3 to 4 times to wash out the natural oils and make them more absorbant to prep them.
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