gDiapers gPants - Everyday g's (Choose Your Size)
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gDiapers gPants are reusable diaper covers that you use again and again. The Everyday g's 6-pack includes 6 gPants, a cost-friendly way to get started or to stock up. Includes three orange and three green gPants. Everyday g's come in sizes small, medium and large. Use with Disposable Inserts or Cloth Inserts (sold separately). gDiapers. Reusable diapercovers with disposable inserts that you can flush, compost (wet ones only) or toss. Check out the full line of gDiapers products, includingreusable diaper covers with disposable inserts, cloth inserts, baby wipes,coordinated tops and bottoms for babies, and more.
gDiapers - Everyday g's, 6-Pack (sizes S, M, L):
- Includes 6 gPants reusable diaper covers and 6 snap-in liners
- Perfectly sized to fit babies from newborn to toddler
- Use with disposable inserts that you can flush, compost (wet ones only) or toss
- Colors: 3 Great Orange diapers and 3 Guppy Green diapers
- Pack count: 6
- Small for babies 8 - 14 lbs
- Medium for babies 13 - 28 lbs
- Large for babies 26 - 36 lbs.
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.05|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||10.0 x 4.0 x 8.0|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||USA|
|Origin of Components:||USA|
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- About 30... http://www.dhgate.com/ buy forty of these diapers with inserts for seventy dollars.by Thiftdad2/16/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You need quite a few diapers to do full-time cloth diapering. If you google, there are some websites that help you figure out the numbers. I would lean toward around 24, (just my guess) if you're doing laundry every other day. But that's probably for pocket diapers (which are great!) But maybe not 24 of the gDiapers...maybe about 12 gPants...again just a guess. The gPants don't get dirty too often, as long as you have them on correctly. The liners get messy with every poo (with little babies, that is all the time!) You can just hand wash them and air dry and they'll be dry in less than a half-hour. For the flushable refills, we just take them straight to the bathroom and flush them (directions on the gDiapers website). For the cloth inserts, we use a wet bag. Hope that helps!by jlh060512/6/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The everyday G's six pack is enough covers and liners. Expect to use a new cover/liner combination ever other change to every third. I highly recommend 24 inserts if using the cloth insert. That way some can live in your diaper bag. Every once in awhile the plastic liners and the inserts need to be hung out in the sun to bleach white again. The small inserts can also be used as doublers (used with a medium insert) once you move on to the medium size, for overnights. If using the disposable inserts they look much like a maxi pad. You rip off the side and dump the inside absorbent material into the toilet, swish around with the supplied swisher stick, and the flush the remainder of the insert or compost if you so desire. If you read a diaper package it is unlawful to dispose of solid human waste in a landfill (bm) And they instruct you to flush that waste before disposing of a disposable diaper. Huge misconception! Wet inserts can go in the trash. I put dirty wipes in a small trash can with a foot pedal. And a special can with a wet bag for diapers before they go into the laundry. I also use a fleece tab inside the lid with a couple drops of lavender oil or whatever you like to keep the scent under control. I used disposables with my first daughter and now with twins, after three months, I do not regret using cloth at all. I wish I had with my three year old.by alarson6/11/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have been using these for a month and a half now and when their is BM or urine on the reusable liners I soak them in vinigar water and rinse the Bm off the cloth and when I am ready to wash I throw just the diapers in the wash. The plastic liners do not need washed very often just rinsed under hot water and air dried. I throw them in the wash only if the urine smell won't come off. I do not use the flushable refills they don't work as well. I get by with a 6 pack cloth pads and a 12 pack prefolded cloth diaper pack. My child goes through between 6-7 pads a day and double up at night. These work better than regular throw away diapers as long as you wash them daily the more you wash the softer the cloth gets for your baby. I just bought a 6 pack of the G-Diapers a 6 pack of the liners that go with them and a 12 pack of the pre folded diapers. This is what gets me through the day comfortably and a lil through the next day.by Oliver55/28/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I use prefolds for the inserts and just wash them so I do not know about the diaper genie for the flushable liners. I purchased the everyday gs package with 6 covers and 6 liners and this suits me just fine (for one baby). I have a 10 wk old baby and this is enough for my needs. I only wash the outer covers when they are soiled with BM or urine (which has not happened yet) and I rinse the inner liners when soiled with BM and then hang them in the sun which bleaches and disinfects them. If only damp from urine, I rinse them and just hang dry. I only wash the liners (in a machine) when overly soiled (about once every 2 weeks) and this makes them last longer before wearing out. I hope this answers your questions :)by diaperingmom4/30/2011Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I've been cloth diapering for years, and to be comfortable I like to have twice as many diapers as I absolutely need. Half in the laundry and always plenty ready to use and plenty to stock the diaper bag permanently. Seriously, don't skimp on number of diapers. Having plenty is such a stress reliever and at about $1-2 per prefold, getting extra is totally affordable. Newborns use tons of diapers the first month. After that about 8 diapers a day works. I like to have 3 or 4 dozen, with prefolds or flats that is totally affordable. The gerber flats were too small to be used for diapering, but I loved the prefolds.by wholefoodsmama8/1/2011Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I've been using these for 7 months so I think I might be able to answer some of your questions! :) I use the cloth inserts for these (rather than the flushables) so I've been able to get by with 18 diapers. My daughter goes through about 5-8 diapers per day but I've heard the "norm" is 6-10. So how many you'll need also depends on your specific child. I would say a safe bet is to just go with assuming your little one will need 10 per day. Just to be on the safe side. Its not like they'll never get used, right? Also, the outer covers do not need to be changed every single time you go to change a diaper (unless your child soaks through every time, which shouldn't happen). The snap-in liners only NEED to be changed every couple changes, but it is entirely possible to go through one whole day using one diaper cover and one snap-in liner. As for when the outer liners/ snap-ins need to be washed, thats iffy. If you want to do a whole load of them, then they only need to be done when you're ready to do a load of them. But I've found it easier to take a moment at some point after a diaper change, put a dab of laundry soap on the diaper, wash it around in the kitchen or bathroom sink and hang it up to dry (more like let it dry by hanging it over the shower stall door). That way I don't have to wait for the washer to go through a whole cycle, then dryer to do the same. As for a diaper genie. If you're using the cloth inserts, I'd say the diaper genie (or a place to put wet/dirty diapers until they can get washed) is a good idea, if you're using flushables, I would think the toilet would be a perfect diaper genie :) Congratulations on your little bundle of joy, I hope my answers were at least a litte helpful and welcome to motherhood! :)by CharredFrogLegs2/21/2013Was this answer helpful? (8) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes. The gpants are the green and orange things shown in the picture. They are what keep the diaper closed.by CharredFrogLegs7/23/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This package comes with 6 gPants and 6 snap-in liners/pouches. You need to buy the inserts (either cloth or flushable) separately. This is definitely not the most cost-effective type of cloth diapers, just in case you're still shopping around. But it does have benefits.by jlh060512/6/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?