Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 30
Rated 5 out of 5 by JoJo940 Best Burp Cloths you can buy
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.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Augustmidge Average
I like these much better then my other options for two main reasons, they are the thicker of the two Gerber options and they are CHEAPER then the Indian Prefolds, which are better in quality. Walmart is the least expensive place to buy Gerber Birdseye Prefolds. I've bought them here more then once and the likelihood is I will continue to do so.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JHill28 Love the cloth diapers and how fast they were shipped out.
Rated 3 out of 5 by gamom2012 Just OK
The cloth diaper is not padded well, the thread count seems to be low. Overall it is OK, not so great.
Rated 3 out of 5 by nalan it does the job
I used it as cloth diaper. It is little thin and sometime will soak through clothes or even sheets if your baby urinate a lot or you have not change for a while. However, it does the job and cheap. And it is good for burp cloth.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cheri007 I make and sell personalized burp cloths, and these are perfect. My clients all love them.
Rated 3 out of 5 by MicroPreemieMom101 Not what I expected from Gerber...
I am using them as a cloth diaper, the fabric is not soft after following the washing instructions they are misshapen and the filling is uneven, I have been using Gdiapers cloth inserts tucked into it to increase the absorption and to keep the rough fabric off her skin. Bring back the old ones.. with QUALITY!!!
Rated 1 out of 5 by SCarolinaAnnie Sub standard
These are advertised as 100% cotton. But they have a polyester padding in the middle. I expected a thicker diaper. But this one is very thin. And did not hold up well after the first washing.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dragonann Surprised & shocked.
I washed the packages of diapers I bought to prepare for using them. they were nearly ruined in the first wash. I have some of the Gerber 3 ply cloth diapers from my 16 year old. They look awful only because they were well used for 16 years. I seriously doubt that these diapers will last 1 year. I will make my own diapers from old bath towels. The return to nature movement will not be able to depend on Gerber. Their products are disappointing.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GreatGmommy Best Buy Around
These cloth diapers are just perfect for burp cloths. they are thick material and padded in the middle. they are easy to keep clean being all white. On a scale of 1 to 10 I would rate them a 100+.
I used these same Gerber diapers 40 years ago when my children were babies and they were terrific then and are the same now. Great product.
Rated 5 out of 5 by JulyBabyBoy great absorbant burp cloth
great to use as a spit rag, i have not used as a actual diaper so i cannot comment on how well it works for that.
Rated 2 out of 5 by MamasLilGirl2012 Great for a small urine for cloth diapers
Quality of the Pre-Folds for cloth diapering has gone WAY down. They are good for a small urine but if you have a baby that has a normal/heavy urine than you better go find another product. They do not absorb well and after 7 washes they start to rip.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Scotzmom Poor Quality from Gerber
I used to buy these at the store, but because they no longer carry them in my Walmart, I ordered them online. The quality was poor. I sew on these to give as baby gifts as burp cloths. Several of the ends were not even, all crooked. I need them straight to add the ribbon to them. Also I felt the outside panels were very thin, only the middle was thick. You could almost see through the outside. The outsides were also wrinkled, or pressed wrong so when sewing I had to press them ahead of time to get them in any order to sew. I use to use this brand all the time, but I wouldn't recommend it any more.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mmcturner Diapers turn into Burp Cloths
I bought these diapers to make burp cloths for my first grandchild. I have been collecting iron on appliques and rick rack to embellish them. You can't go wrong with all cotton for absorbency and softness. I'm glad I could order them online from Wal-Mart because they were not sold in stores locally. Bonus, the shipping was less than a dollar so I didn't have the fuel cost to pick them up!
Rated 5 out of 5 by RobinS123 I use these cloth diapers to make burp cloths. I love the extra absorbent thick center. These hold up well in the wash and just get softer and softer. Moms love these as baby shower gifts.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lajoys Not bad
I would purchase this product again. The cloth were a bit on the thin side , but it does the trick. If only I could find the ones that we had in the hospital? Lol.
Rated 5 out of 5 by qadalnjs Multiple uses
I use disposable diapers, but those are awesome for many may things. I use them the most to put under my baby's head in the crib, in the stroller, while nursing-he has super sweaty head. They are great for drooling and wiping the baby. He even likes to chew on them since he's teeth are coming.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tootsierae These are the best for cloth diapering. I have another more expensive brand but they are five times thicker and do nt wash up as well as Gerber does. Gerber is great! Buying more now.
Rated 1 out of 5 by maybaby87 Low Quality
You get what you pay for with this product. I bought these cloth diapers to make burp cloths for some friends of mine, but was embarrassed to give these diapers to someone as a gift! The fabric is very coarse, loosely woven, and does not look like it will hold up to the number of washings that baby things go through. Also, the sides are not straight or even, and after being washed, the triple-ply center section bunches. Overall, I was very disappointed in this product.
Rated 2 out of 5 by myreview33 Not what I hoped for
I only washed these 1 time and they started to rip apart. I also was hoping for a thicker material.
Rated 5 out of 5 by baing No cloth diapers in store?
This was the only way to obtain cloth diapers - online. Only disposables in store.....
Rated 2 out of 5 by Brandnewgranny flimsy and rough
These are lumpy and thin. I should have spent the extra money for higher quality. Bought these for "burp cloths" and am very disappointed.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LogansMommy07 Great for the price!
I use these as cloth diapers. They wash nicely and just a little while out in the sun will get all the stains out! They are definitely not as thick and absorbent as the more expensive prefolds, but they also only cost a fraction of the price.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Clara2001 I bought the wrong one.
I wanted the diapers more absorbent. So I am taking them back. That is one of the best thing about Walmart; their return.
Rated 5 out of 5 by scooby37328 Great cloth!
I use these for secretion absorption since my daughter can't swallow, and these are the perfect size and thickness. Cotton is the coolest material, reducing the chance of chafing and heat rash. These also make great cleaning cloths as they get too old for normal use.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Callansshopper Declining quality, but ok product
The quality of the cloth has gone downhill... They used to be thick and soft.
Rated 4 out of 5 by StndGls Great for burp rag
I bought these to make into burp rags. Great item.
Rated 3 out of 5 by BornedAgain These are certainly not of the good quality Birdseye diapers use to be. When washed they leave little fuzz balls all over. I was really disappointed in Birdseye. I can manage with these but certainly prefer a better quality.