Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper 12-Pack, White

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Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper 12-Pack, White
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Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper is a 100% eco-friendly cotton diaper comes in a package of 12. The material used are small fine yarns specially woven for quick drying and absorbing purpose. The Absorbent Diaper naturally comes in white color. This cloth diaper has 100% polyester pad with three-ply center panel for extra durability and comfort. The White Cloth Diapers have many advantages. They can be used multi purposely as a diaper, burp cloth, cleaning cloth or changing pad.

The entire package is recyclable and reusable. Reusable Baby Diapers are not only good for the environment, but also good for the infants since cloth diapered babies learn potty training faster than babies with disposable diapers. These cloth diapers can be easily folded after washing. The Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper is very soft for the baby and can also be used with g-diapers for better absorption.

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Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper is a 100% eco-friendly cotton diaper comes in a package of 12. The material used are small fine yarns specially woven for quick drying and absorbing purpose. The Absorbent Diaper naturally comes in white color. This cloth diaper has 100% polyester pad with three-ply center panel for extra durability and comfort. The White Cloth Diapers have many advantages. They can be used multi purposely as a diaper, burp cloth, cleaning cloth or changing pad.

The entire package is recyclable and reusable. Reusable Baby Diapers are not only good for the environment, but also good for the infants since cloth diapered babies learn potty training faster than babies with disposable diapers. These cloth diapers can be easily folded after washing. The Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper is very soft for the baby and can also be used with g-diapers for better absorption.

Gerber Pre-folded Birdseye Cloth Diaper:

  • 100% cotton diaper
  • 100% polyester pad
  • Extra durability and comfort
  • Many uses: cloth diaper, burp cloth, lap pad, cleaning cloth, changing pad
  • Recyclable and reusable packaging
  • Specifications

    Color: White
    Gender: Boys ,  Unisex ,  Girls
    Size: One Size
    Manufacturer Part Number: 82907D0DWPK6STD
    Model: 82907D0DWPK6STD
    Brand: Gerber
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 6.00 x 10.00 x 5.00 Inches
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    9/12/2008

    Customer review by Nanaoffivegirls

    5.0 stars 9/12/2008 by Nanaoffivegirls
    by Nanaoffivegirls

    It was so easy to purchase the Gerber pre-fold diapers online. They were just what I was looking for. I made some burp cloths for our new grandchild out of them. They are so durable and a very good price.

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    Nanaoffivegirls
    Missouri
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Gender:Female
    great for g-diapers
    7/10/2009

    Customer review by kellyapple

    5.0 stars 7/10/2009 by kellyapple
    by kellyapple

    If you use g-diapers, these are a great alternative cloth diaper liner that literally costs one fifth the cost of their liners, and I honestly like them as well or even better than their much pricier version

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    kellyapple
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:7 - 8 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Cloth Diapers the way to save
    2/16/2008

    Customer review by Grandmaof8

    5.0 stars 2/16/2008 by Grandmaof8
    by Grandmaof8

    I love these cloth diapers. They work very well. I use them as cloth diapers. I raised three boys with these and the long diapers to fold into diapers. I wash a load each day. I hang dry so it is easy to fold when crisp from the sun. I am raising three grandsons now two in diapers. Back to washing a load a day and folding diapers. I use the prefold in side for more absorbent. I fold three different ways for different events. The night diaper. The day diaper and when they are sick diaper or going out. I enjoy helping the environment and it feels good to know I'm not filling any landfill. It is known that, cloth diapered children are easylied potty trained 6 months sooner than children who use disposable diapers. I heard of snappi's to use instead of using the safety pins. I may try.

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    Grandmaof8
    california
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    to save you time, if you read reviews..
    5/27/2009

    Customer review by happymama09

    5.0 stars 5/27/2009 by happymama09
    by happymama09

    this is a great product, it's easiest if used as a liner of snuggi/G diapers/plastic pants etc. if your not used to cloth diapers but want to try it, best to use them as liners. my sister-in-law made a bunch of diaper covers herself which is awesome if you can sew.. there are babie boomer diapers, but they are not cheaper! they do last through toddler stages, but they want about $600 for 36 diapers. someone bought me a 6 pack of babyboomers as a baby shower gift (it cost $100) and i cant say i like them any better than my regular gerber diapers. *a note too, if you new to cloth diapers* notice that there are 2 kinds of cloth diapers! the prefolded are what most people think of when they see cloth diapers, the other still has to be folded up, i like them both, the pre-folded is what i generally line mine with, the other i use for a bunch of other things like cover for nursing/ burping/ cleaning up spills.. both are quite useful and i would recommend anyone having a baby to buy atleast a pack of each.

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    happymama09
    NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    These are great!
    10/15/2007

    Customer review by Eidel

    5.0 stars 10/15/2007 by Eidel
    by Eidel

    I love these cloth diapers. They work very well. I use them as cloth diapers. I enjoy helping the environment and it feels good to know I'm not filling in landfills. In addition to that, cloth diapered children are also potty trained 6 months sooner than children who use disposable diapers. I recommend buying snappi's for them instead of using the safety pins. It's much quicker.

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    Eidel
    Ohio
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    You get what you pay for....
    10/8/2008

    Customer review by misspeaches

    2.0 stars 10/8/2008 by misspeaches
    by misspeaches

    I got these because I wanted to cloth diaper, mainly for economical reasons because we are having a rough time financially. I have a few other types of cloth diapers and these are just not absorbant. I have to double them up for my daughter and at least triple them up for my son. I should've just used the money I spent on these to buy a little bit smaller amount of another prefold. But since what's done is done I can offer some tips if you are considering cloth diapering and this is all you can afford. Buy nylon or vinyl covers (pull on pants style) for these because I have tried 3 types of velcro wrap covers and these get so wet because they don't absorb much they will leak out of anything else. I've also discovered that sandwiching doublers (I've made my own out of old flannel receiving blankets or microfiber towels that you can just buy in the automotive section) helps to keep your baby drier and saves you from cleaning up a million leaks a day.

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    misspeaches
    CA
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    5/30/2008

    Customer review by homeschoolingmomof6

    5.0 stars 5/30/2008 by homeschoolingmomof6
    by homeschoolingmomof6

    I love these as diapers. I used them as burp clothes for my first 5 children. As the cost of everthing keeps going up, I have to explore ways to save money. Disposable diapers are very expensive, not only to buy, but the amount of trash they create. I was given a diaper cover (Thirsties - not rubber pants) so I started using them as cloth diapers. WOW!!!! They are just as easy as disposable. No pins!!! I have 4 dozen, so I only have to wash in hot water once every 3 days, and dry them on the clothes line weather permitting. They paid for themselves the first month. You have to change them more often than disposable (about every hour during the day) because they don't hold the liquid away from the body as disposable do. I use disposable at night to keep the liquid away from the body and prevent diaper rash. But you will potty train sooner also. When we travel or do errands, I usually take an extra diaper cover, about 3 cloth diapers (just in case), and a zip-loc bag to put the wet diapers into. They are definately worth the cost.

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    homeschoolingmomof6
    Tacoma, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Not for diapering
    2/3/2010

    Customer review by WeLoveRving

    1.0 stars 2/3/2010 by WeLoveRving
    by WeLoveRving

    These diapers are for burp cloths only! The polyester fill is not at all absorbent therefore they will not work for actual diapering unless you use 3-4 at a time. Spend a few extra dollars and buy real quality 100% cotton prefold diapers. They work a thousand times better!

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    WeLoveRving
    Clearwater, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Low quality cloth diaper.
    6/3/2009

    Customer review by PumpkinPeasmommy

    3.0 stars 6/3/2009 by PumpkinPeasmommy
    by PumpkinPeasmommy

    I purchased these because they were reasonable priced, and also the only cloth diaper available at my Walmart. I had to wash them 5 times to get them to quilt, before use. They barely stood up to those 5 washings and were already fraying the first time I went to use them on my son as a diaper. They did quilt up soft and thick, but they just don't absorb as well as other higher quality cloth diapers do. I only use them in a pinch when I run out of Indian prefolds or doubler or inserts for my pocket diapers. I would suggest using these during the day and at home only, as the lack of absorbancy increases the need for very frequent changes, as well as leaks. I use inserts and doublers in these, and they still hardly hold anything. If you are on a very tight budget, they work alright, wash up clean, but just don't stand up to the other prefolds I have used. If you can, invest elsewhere. TIP FOR MOMS NEW TO CLOTH DIAPERS- Please don't let these discourage you from cloth diapering, there are a lot better cloth diaper options out there that blow these away!

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    PumpkinPeasmommy
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:18 - 24
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Once per week
    Get Diaper Service Quality Prefolds!!!!
    2/11/2011

    Customer review by cottonbuns

    1.0 stars 2/11/2011 by cottonbuns
    by cottonbuns

    Thin, not very absorbant, rips with a Snappi, double up if you plan on using as a diaper. This isa burp cloth- not a diaper. A diaper service quality diaper is much more absorbant, lasts much longer, and holds up to the abuse from washing. These have a VERY open weave and does not have the layers you need to absorb urine and wastes. As a cloth diapering parent who uses quality prefolds, I was surprised they can even market these as diapers. The other positive reviewers must not have tried anything else as far as prefolds. Any one who knows cloth diapers will tell you most come in sizes for your growing baby- this gives you a better fit. Cotton babies does have a one-size fits all option called econobum and flip. However it is bulky on a newborn. For $50 you can get the set from Cotton Babies with one-size covers and quality pre-folds to take you from birth to potty training. Don't waste your time or money on these.

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    cottonbuns
    Lockport, NY
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Never
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    by MommyTeresa 4/28/2009
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    • A. g diapers covers are the best! They have a plastic liner that the cloth diaper fits into perfectly. Velcro closures and almost never leak. available in small medium and large. you'll want at least 2 in each size.
      by srxtonka7/20/2011
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    • A. I had to buy online. Could not find in stores.
      by babysteps13/5/2011
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    • A. first get good prefolds from a cloth diaper store, next get a good cover- like thirsties. a 3wk old should not be leaking through her diapers. change every 2-3 hrs.
      by cottonbuns2/12/2011
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    • A. Craigslist. Tons of people buy FuzzyBuns or other brands of the cloth diaper covers, use them a few times, then decide that they don't want them. So you can get fairly new ones for really cheap!
      by LovelyLucky12/8/2010
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    • A. Try diaperpin.com for reviews. Also these prefolds aren't very absorbant so that may be your problem.
      by JWLB10/22/2010
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    • A. Here's how I do cloth diapering. I use these pre-folds, then I have 5 Thirsties Duo Wrap Diaper Covers that I use. These are awesome because I can reuse the covers over and over until they get #2 on them (keep in mind that #1 is sterile; I wipe off the #1 with a washcloth to dry the cover). They are also awesome because you only need two sizes total; they have snaps that raise and lower the rise as your baby grows. They sell wraps with Aplix (ie velcro) or snap closures. I like the snaps because they last longer and can go from child to child. Wash these covers in the laundry but no fabric softener. If they (or these pre-folds for that matter)get #2 stains, do NOT bleach; put outside in the sun and the sun will fade away the stains. Also, I use Snappis on the pre-folded diapers instead of pins and they are awesome and easier to use than pins. To wash, I only do 1 extra load a week with regular laundry soap. I put the dirtied pre-folds into a Thirsties diaper pail liner than hangs on the back of the door (I close it each time to keep the stinky in). Then I throw the bag and all (open it first) into the washer. When he is on solids, buy a sprayer to easily spray off the chunky #2 into the potty before putting it in the diaper bag (Thirsties sells one; when they are just on breastmilk, breastmilk poo is water soluble so you can just throw it all in the washer). Instead of buying inserts for extra-absorbency like for nighttime, cut the center from some of these pre-fold diapers and use it inside a full prefold. Cut the "flaps" you've cut off these "inserts" in half and use them as cloth wipes. Make your own wetting solution for these wipes by blending 1 tbsp. baby wash, 1 tbsp. olive oil, and 1 c. water and put in a small spray bottle (gently shake before each use). Have fun. http://www.thirstiesbaby.com/
      by VirtuousMama5/25/2011
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    • A. for an updated answer: today 2010: there are options out there, new cloth diapers available, even on walmart.com.
      by cat805/8/2010
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    • A. I'm sure your daughter is no longer newborn and this probably isn't an issue anymore, but if you look up DiaperShops or Kellys Closet you will find what you need. I recommend Thirsties or Blueberry covers.
      by Delanea9/2/2009
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    • A. try Amazon.com
      by Jeanne447/9/2010
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    A few of the reviewers said to use snappis...where would I find these? Also, are the vinyl panties necessary?
    by an anonymous customer 9/30/2008
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    • A. Go to google and type in "snappi" and you will get a ton of results. Any store that sells cloth diapers will usually have them also. Yes covers are necessary
      by huskie14/12/2011
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    • A. You can use pins or snappis. Snappis are sold on Amazon. You would need some type of waterproof outercover or wool pants. I use mine in gDiapers and just trifold and place them in the liner. You can also use a basic cover.
      by Marie09303/16/2011
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    • A. If you try to use these you'll definitely need a cover, becuase they aren't very absorbant at all.
      by JWLB10/22/2010
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    • A. Vinyl panties are as necessary as you think they are. Without them all diapers will eventually leak through. Personally I prefer to just check the baby more often and clean more bedding that got wet. Vinyl only makes it easier to leave the wet diaper on the baby longer. I prefer my baby be dry. We use changing mats, lots of baby blankets, and elbow grease. Not everyone has the time for this amount of attention. We are retired with a new baby so have the time it takes.
      by considal10/24/2010
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    • A. they have lots of colors at Amazon, plus you can find Chinese fold diapers and the covers you will need to stop leaks. Sorry Walmart!
      by Jeanne446/2/2009
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    • A. You can get snappis for pretty cheap from most cloth diaper websites. You only need a couple. Also, you can use wool covers instead of vinyl pants and baby will be much more comfortable.
      by oregonmama10/10/2008
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    • A. I've never seen snappi's sold in stores (although I'm sure they are in some places), but you can easily find numerous websites that sell them by using a search engine. In my opinion, vinyl panties are very uncomfortable. But, some sort of diaper cover is needed or you will have uncontrollable leaking. Walmart sells Kushie's, but again you can use a search engine to find a great variety of choices.
      by LucyBethsMom10/6/2008
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    • A. Whatever the measurements WERE, they are about 40% smaller after two washings. Don't bother to get these.
      by tiredofsleaze9/4/2011
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    • A. 17"x 11" after being washed.
      by srxtonka7/20/2011
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    • A. 19.75" x 13.5" center padded is 4.5" wide by 19.75" L
      by WVOnline4/8/2011
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    • A. This diapers will fit until they are potty trained.
      by babysteps13/5/2011
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    • A. When you purchase the cloth diapers you need to wash and dry them The cloth diapers shrink a little but stay 12inches wide and 18inches in length.
      by Raising5boys3/2/2011
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    • A. Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.0 x 7.0 x 2.25 Its on this page under product details.
      by considal4/10/2011
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    • A. about 19 inches long x about 13 inches wide. the "absorbant" area is about 19"x4.75" BUT this is the Pre-Wash measurements.
      by cat801/30/2011
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