Gerber - Pre-Folded Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers, 10-Pack

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By: Gerber
Walmart #: 550122463
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  • Lightweight fabric that is soft and quick drying
  • Extra padding for added protection
  • About this item

    Gerber Pre-Folded Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers provide an eco-friendly alternative to disposable diapers. They feature lightweight fabric that is soft to the touch and dries quickly for greater convenience. The delicate textured baby cloth diapers not only offer great absorbance, but also protect little ones from rashes or skin irritation. They have extra padding for greater absorption and comfort. Each one comes pre-folded for convenience, and they fit into your diaper bag or purse easily. These Gerber cloth diapers come in a 10-pack and can also be used for a variety of nursery applications, including nursing, burping and more. They are a cinch to keep clean and can be reused.

    These Gerber Pre-Folded Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers are a must-have for planet-conscious parents who prefer to do things the old-fashioned way.
    Gerber Pre-Folded Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diapers, 10-Pack:

    • Lightweight fabric that is soft and quick drying
    • Extra padding for added protection
    • Baby cloth diapers come with pre-folded panels that make them easy to use


    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: 61008R0DW100STD
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.15
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.5 x 6.25 x 3.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550122463

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    Customer Reviews | 88 reviews | 4 out of 5

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    Best Burp Cloths you can buy

    Customer review by JoJo940

    5.0 stars by JoJo940

    I haven't used them for diapers, but they are the best burp cloths EVER. Couldn't be without them. My baby has GERD (reflux) so when she spits up it's a LOT and these have absorbed it every time so it doesn't run down my back etc. Love them. They do shrink quite a bit though - so if you were planning on using them as diapers, I doubt they would be suitable.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every day

    Customer review by Cheri007

    5.0 stars by Cheri007

    I make and sell personalized burp cloths, and these are perfect. My clients all love them.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Every few days
    Very durable

    Customer review by Darkwing5

    5.0 stars by Darkwing5

    I've used these as cloth diaper inserts for years because they absorb well which minimizes leaks. I love them.

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    by an anonymous customer 8/16/2012
    • You must rinse out the fecal-matter-filled diaper in the toilet, flushing all the fecal matter away and removing as much of it as possible before soaking in a bucket of bleach and water. Then you wash them in hot water with a detergent that works for your baby. I use Tide. Do NOT use fabric softener. There are diaper liners that are toss able that I recommend if the whole rinsing in the toilet thing isn't for you. But remember: this diaper will bunch up in the middle. I recommend paying more for a diaper that is made only of woven cloth, every layer. These type will last longer and you will be glad.
      by LovngSnow7/12/2014
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    • I wash mine with my normal laundry in hot water. I've used my original set for over 2.5 years and nearly all of them are still fine.
      by Darkwing57/1/2014
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    • Hot water is fine. The hotter the better in my opinion.
      by gipsyrogue5/11/2013
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    • I wash them in warm water but be warned that they don't hold up very well.
      by HisSnackPack4/29/2013
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    • yes, no cloro, because the material is like gaza
      by shenav2/25/2013
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    • You may want to wash and dry them once or twice before you use them to build up the absorbency; but as regular maintenance, washing in hot water and drying on low heat is fine. I suggest using a detergent without dyes and fragrances to prolong the life of your diapers (I use Purex Free & Clear.) Also, maybe every month or two, use bleach in the load to help with stains... or hang-drying in the sun everytime you wash works for stains too. :)
      by ajjena4/1/2013
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    • yes hot water is ok to wash these on
      by MamasLilGirl201210/29/2012
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    • Since they are all cotton, yes, hot water would be okay.
      by mmcturner10/21/2012
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    • Yes, hot water is fine. If you are using them as diapers not just burp cloths, I would use hot water and bleach.
      by afear4/1/2013
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    • wash in cold water, use non sented detergent, like dreft or all free and clear, line dry to avoid shrinkage and extend the life of the diaper. if needed you can use a stain lifter, dreft makes some or you can make your own (1 part dawn soap-blue- and two parts hydrogen peroxide)
      by astrosnails5/12/2014
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    by crosniea 3/24/2012
    • It's not about age but about the size of your baby. I've used them from birth to when my son was potty trained. He is an average sized child if that helps.
      by Darkwing51/6/2015
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    • You can use these on just about any baby. Do some research on the internet and youtube to find examples of various folding methods to find the right one for you and your baby.
      by gipsyrogue5/11/2013
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    • no...there is no age.
      by MamasLilGirl20122/18/2013
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    • No -- they measured 17"x12" if that helps.
      by mmcturner8/17/2013
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    • No age. Just fold for smaller babies.
      by afear10/6/2012
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    • 0-3yrs
      by astrosnails9/22/2012
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    • They fit my 14lb baby but I don't think they will work above 15-16lbs..
      by MicroPreemieMom1012/18/2013
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    • Cloth diapers are folded to fit the infant/baby. As long as a baby is not extremely large or small the cloth diapers work well for sizes 3-4 pounds to 20 or more pounds. That was my experience.
      by Dragonann2/18/2013
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    • They are just one size. It is all depending on how you fold them as to what size you need.
      by JulyBabyBoy2/18/2013
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    • These diapers will fit pretty much all ages from infant well up into toddler ages.
      by Cheri0072/18/2013
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    by Nana 7/1/2013
    • I used them as inserts inside diaper covers with built in snaps. They worked fine for me this way. I got the covers at
      by Darkwing57/1/2014
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    • Use snappies.
      by ClothUser1/27/2014
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      by SNOWBELLS9/27/2013
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    • You can purchase a Snappi clip. They can be purchased through amazon or other retailers. You also want to buy a diaper cover. The econobum trial pack is a great start.
      by addiesmama35117/16/2013
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    • These are trifold diapers. They work really well with the Econobum diaper covers, so you don't need fasteners. If you use them with the traditional plastic covers, you will need fasteners. You can use the traditional diaper pins that come in sets of 4, but that scares a lot of new moms because you are using a sharp object near your baby's vital organs. I never poked my babies when I used them, but it is scary at first. There are fasteners that will work just fine that don't have sharp parts--more like Velcro at the ends. They cost more, but it's still less expensive than using disposables. I think they are $3-4 each. (You only need one per diaper.) Sorry, I can't remember if Walmart carries them, but you can buy them on many diaper & baby sites.
      by cabinmom44/14/2014
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