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Gerber Prefold Cloth Diapers with Absorbent Padding, 10 count

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Keep your baby covered up with these Gerber Prefold Cloth Diapers with Absorbent Padding. These items are made from 100 percent cotton, giving them a soft feel that's comfortable for your child to wear for a long time. These Gerber prefold diaper burp cloths have a versatile design. They can be used not only while burping a baby but also to line the child's diaper. The Gerber pre-folded cloth diapers will make a useful addition to other baby supplies and products. They come in a container that has a count of 10 individual units. Each one is thick and absorbent and will help keep leaks from happening once a child has wet their diaper. When the baby is being burped, placing one of these properly over your shoulder will keep you protected. Drool and formula will be stopped before seeping through.
Gerber Prefold Cloth Diapers with Absorbent Padding, 10 count:

  • Best choice for diaper liners and burp cloths
  • 100% cotton diaper; inner pad for absorbency
  • Washable and reusable
  • Prefolded 3-ply center panel
  • Packing - recyclable
  • 100% recycled paper board
  • Gerber prefold diaper burp cloths have a soft feel 

Specifications

Brand
Gerber
Color
@generated
Type
Reusable Diapers & Liners
Gender
Unisex
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
9.50 x 6.25 x 3.50 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
75
4 stars
18
3 stars
13
2 stars
12
1 star
12
Most helpful positive review
20 customers found this helpful
Great for projects!
Love to use these to do my embroidery of burp towels as baby shower gifts!
Most helpful negative review
Cloth Diapers
I bought these prefolds to start my collection of cloth diapers. They are a waste of money if that is what you want to use them for. They are not absorbent. I use them now as extra inserts for my pocket diapers. Not to mention, they are narrow in width and hardly fit around my 14lb baby.
Most helpful positive review
20 customers found this helpful
Great for projects!
Love to use these to do my embroidery of burp towels as baby shower gifts!
Most helpful negative review
Cloth Diapers
I bought these prefolds to start my collection of cloth diapers. They are a waste of money if that is what you want to use them for. They are not absorbent. I use them now as extra inserts for my pocket diapers. Not to mention, they are narrow in width and hardly fit around my 14lb baby.
1-10 of 130 reviews

Great for projects!

Love to use these to do my embroidery of burp towels as baby shower gifts!

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

Very durable

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

Great value

High quality for the price. Thicker and softer than the cute colored diapers of the same brand. I will purchase more.

Excellent product.

Exactly what I expected. Excellent for babies that can't use disposable diapers.

diapers

I am 74 years old and use the diapers not as intended, but have used them for cleaning. They are wonderful.

Trully great value. I will buy again.

I am using this diapers with my new baby boy and they do a great job keeping him in good shape thru the day. They are easy to clean and dry very fast. Love the price. I will buy them again.

Cloth diapers work great for new born burp cloths.

I ordered the extra padded diapers so I could embroider little animals on the ends of them for our new grandbaby's burp cloths. They worked out wonderfully! And are so cute!

Every new mom should get at least one package

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.)

Good addition to cloth diaper stash

Can't beat it for the price. Added to an existing cloth diaper stash - need to wash a few times for the best absorbency. Nice and long so will fit baby as she grows. Best to use during the day - had leaks during the night

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1-3 of 6 questions
by qadalnjsAugust 15, 2012


Last answer: February 22, 2013
1. 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 ajjena
2. I wash them in warm water but be warned that they don't hold up very well.
by HisSnackPack
3. yes, no cloro, because the material is like gaza
by shenav
4. Yes, hot water is fine. If you are using them as diapers not just burp cloths, I would use hot water and bleach.
by afear
5. Hot water is fine. The hotter the better in my opinion.
by gipsyrogue
6. Since they are all cotton, yes, hot water would be okay.
by mmcturner
7. yes hot water is ok to wash these on
by MamasLilGirl2012
8. 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 Darkwing5
9. 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 LovngSnow
10. If you are using them for cloth diapering, you would want to rinse and soak in cold, then wash it hot. If you are using simply for burp cloths just hot would be fine.
by MicroPreemieMom101
11. 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 astrosnails
11 Answers
Last answer: February 22, 2013

by crosnieaMarch 24, 2012


Last answer: October 6, 2012
1. No age. Just fold for smaller babies.
by afear
2. 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 Dragonann
3. 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 gipsyrogue
4. No -- they measured 17"x12" if that helps.
by mmcturner
5. These diapers will fit pretty much all ages from infant well up into toddler ages.
by Cheri007
6. no...there is no age.
by MamasLilGirl2012
7. They fit my 14lb baby but I don't think they will work above 15-16lbs..
by MicroPreemieMom101
8. 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 Darkwing5
9. They are just one size. It is all depending on how you fold them as to what size you need.
by JulyBabyBoy
10. I think so ...but don't remember what the package said.. It feels like it is all cotton.
by VijiR
11. 0-3yrs
by astrosnails
11 Answers
Last answer: October 6, 2012

by NanaJune 30, 2013


Last answer: July 11, 2013
1. 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 cabinmom4
2. 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 addiesmama3511
3. I used them as inserts inside diaper covers with built in snaps. They worked fine for me this way. I got the covers at discoutdipes.com
by Darkwing5
4. WHAT I USED ON MY 1ST BOY, WAS DIAPER PINS..AND A PLASTIC PANTY ONLY CLIP I CAN THINK OF , IS A CLOSE PIN...LOL.
by SNOWBELLS
5. You can really use whatever you want...I've used baby safety pins, snappies, and without any snaps or pins. protective pants are the same too...use whatever you want...I have the old ancient plastic covers used years ago, some new vinyl polyester blend covers and now I've started buying newer PUL coated cloth covers with adjustable snaps. I like Flip brand and Thirsties...but there are a million different brands out there.
by Grace
6. Use snappies.
by ClothUser
7. The diapers are made of cotton.
by lexuslover1
7 Answers
Last answer: July 11, 2013

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