Gerber Prefold White Birdseye Cloth Diaper - 10 Pack

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Gerber Prefold White Birdseye Cloth Diaper - 10 Pack
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100% cottonlightweight fabric that is soft and dries quicklyWashable and reusable for multi-use: burping, crafting, household clean ups, car washing and waxing
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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.

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Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

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.

Gerber Prefold White Birdseye 3-Ply Cloth Diaper

  • 100% cotton Lightweight fabric that is soft and quick drying Extra padding for added protection Prefolded panels to customize size needed 10 pack white 14"x20" Washable and reusable for many purposes
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Color: White
Gender: Unisex
Manufacturer Part Number: 61008R0DW100STD
Model: 61008R0DW100STD
Brand: Gerber
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 9.50 x 6.25 x 3.50 Inches
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Great for projects!
11/16/2014

Customer review by Mikkisuuu

5.0 stars 11/16/2014 by Mikkisuuu
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Love to use these to do my embroidery of burp towels as baby shower gifts!

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Mikkisuuu
New Caney, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Gender:Female
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4/2/2012

Customer review by Cheri007

5.0 stars 4/2/2012 by Cheri007
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I make and sell personalized burp cloths, and these are perfect. My clients all love them.

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Cheri007
Kennesaw, Ga
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:65 or older
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every few days
Every new mom should get at least one package
7/11/2013

Customer review by cabinmom4

4.0 stars 7/11/2013 by cabinmom4
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Get these, if only for burp cloths. They are pretty absorbent & with babies there are always spills & messes to clean up. I actually use these as cheap diapers. I don't like the thought of filling a landfill with disposables. I also don't like the thought of spending all that money on something I'm going to throw away. I have econobum diaper covers & some of their nice diapers. I use these because they are much cheaper & they last just fine. You get 10 per package, which means you are going to have to get at least 2 packages to survive. Actually, I survived a month with just one, using disposables I got from the hospital at night for the first week. I had to wash them every day. Imagine spending about $60 for a year's supply of diapers! (The diaper cover is adjustable from newborn to I think one year & I just throw it in the wash with the diapers, so I have one cover clean at all times.)

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cabinmom4
colorado
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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Love them
9/21/2016

Customer review by Grace

5.0 stars 9/21/2016 by Grace
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Have used prefolds since day 1 of cloth diapering...love the quality and work great with pins, snappies, or just as liners...have used them as burp cloths too.

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Grace
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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Average
3/10/2012

Customer review by Augustmidge

3.0 stars 3/10/2012 by Augustmidge
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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.

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Augustmidge
Visalia, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Not Suited for Diapering
1/25/2013

Customer review by ElliesCrunchyMommy

2.0 stars 1/25/2013 by ElliesCrunchyMommy
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I bought these prefolds because of their price and ease of accessibility, available in stores. I have not had my daughter yet, but I can tell you that I will not be using these on her as diapers! I bought a pricier brand online and when I received those, I decided to "prep" them together, although prepping is not necessary to this particular brand, I figured it wouldn't hurt since they will be washed constantly anyway. They went through five washes and drys with one cycle containing cloth diaper safe detergent so that they would reach their max absorbency. Tonight, I went to fold them and the Gerber prefolds were tattered and one had a huge rip exposing the inside of the "quilted" sectioning. There is nothing abnormal about my washer or dryer, so I am chalking this up to poor quality prefolds. The other brand held up perfectly! I think this brand is better suited for dust rags, burp cloths, and MAYBE as doublers in pocket diapers, but not as a prefold by itself. I am highly disappointed as my money would have been better spent on another pack of the higher quality prefolds.

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ElliesCrunchyMommy
New Carlisle, OH
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Once per year
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9/9/2016

Customer review by Dawn

5.0 stars 9/9/2016 by Dawn
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Great

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Dawn
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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Perfect for Burp Cloth
4/12/2016

Customer review by MH1982

5.0 stars 4/12/2016 by MH1982
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I bought this with the sole purpose of using them for burp cloths. They work great for that. They keep their shape pretty well after being washed and the absorbent strip in the middle is helpful for those big spit-ups. These are so much better than those little terry-cloth burp cloths they sell. These actually absorb a decent amount of spit-up and prevent it from soaking through to your clothes.

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MH1982
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Terible diapers
2/14/2013

Customer review by tink198

1.0 stars 2/14/2013 by tink198
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I tired these as diapers for my daughter and they were awful! I tried doubling and tripling them and nothing worked, she would go right down her leg every time. (With a waterproof cover on over them.) If you are looking for diapers I would highly recommend using the Econobums that are available through walmart.com . We have been using them for 20 months with no issues.

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tink198
Maine
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:25 - 34
Gender:Female
Surprised & shocked.
6/22/2012

Customer review by Dragonann

2.0 stars 6/22/2012 by Dragonann
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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.

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Dragonann
Naperville IL
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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by an anonymous customer 8/16/2012
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  • A. 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 LovngSnow9/13/2015
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  • A. 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 Darkwing56/3/2015
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  • A. Hot water is fine. The hotter the better in my opinion.
    by gipsyrogue6/3/2015
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  • A. I wash them in warm water but be warned that they don't hold up very well.
    by HisSnackPack4/25/2015
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  • A. yes, no cloro, because the material is like gaza
    by shenav4/25/2015
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  • A. 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 ajjena4/25/2015
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  • A. yes hot water is ok to wash these on
    by MamasLilGirl20124/25/2015
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  • A. Since they are all cotton, yes, hot water would be okay.
    by mmcturner6/3/2015
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  • A. Yes, hot water is fine. If you are using them as diapers not just burp cloths, I would use hot water and bleach.
    by afear4/25/2015
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  • A. 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 astrosnails6/3/2015
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  • A. 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 Darkwing58/28/2015
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  • A. 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 gipsyrogue6/25/2015
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  • A. no...there is no age.
    by MamasLilGirl20126/25/2015
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  • A. No -- they measured 17"x12" if that helps.
    by mmcturner3/28/2016
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  • A. No age. Just fold for smaller babies.
    by afear6/25/2015
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  • A. 0-3yrs
    by astrosnails6/25/2015
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  • A. They fit my 14lb baby but I don't think they will work above 15-16lbs..
    by MicroPreemieMom1012/18/2013
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  • A. 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 Dragonann6/25/2015
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  • A. They are just one size. It is all depending on how you fold them as to what size you need.
    by JulyBabyBoy6/25/2015
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  • A. These diapers will fit pretty much all ages from infant well up into toddler ages.
    by Cheri0076/25/2015
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by An 3/10/2014
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  • A. I used good old fashioned diaper pins. I never poked a baby, because I held my fingers between the diaper and the baby. If I stuck anyone, it was myself! I never had a pin come open, either , and they lasted forever. I also used plain old vinyl pants. They were pretty comfortable, and much cheaper than the velcro or snap diaper covers. I never put them in the drier, which made them hard. If they had only had urine on them, I washed them with the baby's other clothes, so they didn't get any bleach on them.
    by Noelani544/30/2016
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  • A. I used something called a snappi to close it on my daughter when she was very little. YOu could also use pins, or look up "boingo"s. That is a new invention to close it, and then add a pull on, velcro, or snap on diaper. OR you could fold it so it's a rectangle and lay it into a modern diaper cover, OR fold it and stuff into a pocket diaper. Very versatile product.
    by Heathergfeather9/1/2014
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  • A. Yes, you must use pins. But be aware that the middle section is filled with foam, which bunches up awfully when washed. These are not worth the money.
    by LovngSnow7/12/2014
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  • A. I personally bought diaper covers that have snaps and used these as the inserts since they are much more absorbent than the inserts that came with the covers.
    by Darkwing57/1/2014
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  • A. yes is for one baby on Cuba they use a big pin, but also they use under diaper Baby TPU waterproof fabric you can look on ebay.
    by shenav3/28/2014
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  • A. Yes, you use diaper pins with it.
    by Knittingismylife3/18/2014
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