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gDiapers Cloth Inserts - 6pk (Choose Your Size)

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Cloth Inserts Size S

Cloth inserts consist of two layers of microfleece which wicks moisture away and two layers of hemp/cotton which absorbs moisture naturally for a happy baby.
gDiapers Cloth Inserts - 6-Pack,Choose Your Size:
  • Tuck inside reusable diaper covers called gPants
  • Use instead of, or in conjunction with disposable Inserts
  • Made from 4 layers of absorbent fabrics
  • 2 layers of baby-soft microfleece draw moisture away from baby's bottom
  • 2 layers of hemp/cotton trap the wetness, so baby stays dry
  • Trim fit
  • No fuss
  • Cloth Inserts come in two size options: small inserts fit small gPants, medium/large/xl inserts fit medium, large and extra large gPants
  • Cloth diaper inserts come in a pack of 6

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Specifications

Color
White, Off White
Brand
gDiapers
Model
62001
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
4.50 x 3.75 x 5.75 Inches

Customer Reviews

5 stars
32
4 stars
11
3 stars
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1
1 star
2

Top mentions

Most helpful positive review
I love them. Hoping to switch over completely.
I would use these more I just need more of the covers. I've had a few leaks but no real blowouts. That's better than the premium diapers I was paying for! My little girl is chubby so she was blowing out of her diapers at least 1St a week. She's breastfed exclusively so I imagine when she's eating more solids and her poops have a firmer consistency. I love these!
Most helpful negative review
My advice: Shop Amazon
I Do Not Recommend ordering size small from Wal-Mart; after ordering the same 4 times and receiving the wrong size each and every time: Shop Amazon, you will pay more but receive what you purchase. Wal-Mart has no accountability whatsoever and could not come up with a solution.
Most helpful positive review
I love them. Hoping to switch over completely.
I would use these more I just need more of the covers. I've had a few leaks but no real blowouts. That's better than the premium diapers I was paying for! My little girl is chubby so she was blowing out of her diapers at least 1St a week. She's breastfed exclusively so I imagine when she's eating more solids and her poops have a firmer consistency. I love these!
Most helpful negative review
My advice: Shop Amazon
I Do Not Recommend ordering size small from Wal-Mart; after ordering the same 4 times and receiving the wrong size each and every time: Shop Amazon, you will pay more but receive what you purchase. Wal-Mart has no accountability whatsoever and could not come up with a solution.
1-10 of 48 reviews

gDiapers

I used g diapers 4 years ago with my first child. I plan to use them again. The inserts are even softer than they used to be! I love the ease of these diapers.

Thin and Wick well

Bought these to stuff a shell of a "Flip" diaper. Fit pretty well. Liners are thin but very wide. Wick away moisture well, hemp blend. No leaks so far. Bc liners are thin she can wear diaper under jeans well.

Much more absorbant than other cloth diapers!

I was very surprised on how absorbant these cloth inserts are! We use cloth at home and the flushable when out and about. They also wash very well and don't stain as bad as other cloth diapers. They save us money on diapers since they're washable. They're so soft and breathable, therefore, babies are less likely to have diaper rash. You do have to wash them in hot water and no detergent or bleach and dry them 6 times before you can actually use them in order to get them to their peak absorbancy so I do recommend purchasing 3 packs at once and get it all done in one shot. Other than the 6 wash cycles, they're very convenient and are easy to use! The g-diapers website has a lot of information on them too.

Inserts are great

I decided to give the Gdiapers a try one day. I have been CDing my son for about 6 months at the time, but I wanted to find something that would hold him thru the night without leaking. I got a gDiaper cover and the inserts and this is what I found. Although I am not a fan of the gDiaper, the inserts are really good. The costs may seem a little high, but no higher than any other hemp inserts. I only use the gDiaper if I've run out of my others, but I use the inserts with anything I've got, usually as a booster at night. If you are new to the whole CD thing, just remember that hemp has to be washed multiple times before you get the full absorbing qualities out of it. The package says 5 or 6, I would say closer to 10.

I love them. Hoping to switch over completely.

I would use these more I just need more of the covers. I've had a few leaks but no real blowouts. That's better than the premium diapers I was paying for! My little girl is chubby so she was blowing out of her diapers at least 1St a week. She's breastfed exclusively so I imagine when she's eating more solids and her poops have a firmer consistency. I love these!

can't believe I'm cloth-diapering!

Never thought I would cloth diaper, but gcloth and gpants are making it easy and saving me money. The gcloth is soft, absorbent, and fits the gpants just right. I know there are cheaper options (the price is why I gave it four instead of five stars), but it doesn't take long for gcloth to pay for itself, and the product has excellent support from the manufacturer, and really couldn't be easier.

good quality, poor workmanship

The quality of the fabric seems great and is very soft but the the workmanship isn't very good. I bought one pack and out of the six inserts it came with only one of them was the same length as the disposable ones, the rest were about an inch shorter. I have come to find that that little bit of extra length really helps, especially on boys when you need that extra bit of rise to keep from leaking in the front. Overall I think I would buy them again, hopefully I'll get more long ones next time :)

Prepping hemp is a long process

I really like the gCloth, but it has taken me a LONG time to prep mine! Hemp takes a while to prep, 8-10 hot washes to get all the natural oils out of it! At first I was NOT happy with these because they were constantly leaking, but I realized that they still weren't fully prepped. You'll be glad you went through the long process of prepping your gCloth because hemp is a SUPER absorbent and thin material for cloth diapers!

Very disappointed

My wife and I tried gCloths with the intent to save money and use a cloth diaper that doesn't cause "bubble butt". We followed the instructions and washed them as recommended prior to use, and their absorbency wasn't great until a month into it. Then we loved them for quite a while. However, there are 3 main problems with this system. The velcro is not holding up as well as expected, the liners are only designed to last 6 months. And most importantly, the cloths themselves are wearing down at an alarming rate. Our daughter is now 15 months, and we used the large/medium cloths for 8 months. They are wearing holes in the cotton hemp layers and no longer absorb effectively. We have a front loading washer, so it is pretty gentle on clothing... I cannot recommend them at this time.

My advice: Shop Amazon

I Do Not Recommend ordering size small from Wal-Mart; after ordering the same 4 times and receiving the wrong size each and every time: Shop Amazon, you will pay more but receive what you purchase. Wal-Mart has no accountability whatsoever and could not come up with a solution.

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1-3 of 7 questions
by gekennedySeptember 29, 2010


Last answer: November 20, 2010
1. My newborns poo stained the inserts. But I didn't really care because no one see's that part of the diaper anyways, so I just washed them normally without any stain remover. Maybe if you washed it in hot water immerdiately after it happened it would wash out.
by Preggowithbaby3
2. I personally don't know how well stains come out of gCloth specifically because my son hasn't had a bowel movement in his yet, but I have heard that the gLiners stain easily and it is very hard to get out. In general with cloth diapers, you can put your clean diapers out in the sun (while they're still wet is the best) and it helps to at least lighten the stains on them. It may take several sunning sessions to get a bad stain out, but it will definitely get lighter!!! It's amazing :)
by alifeofworship
3. For me so far if I wash it out right away, there is no stain..
by Shelby1828
4. Diarrhea usually washes out easy, but if not, just soak in cold water for 15 mins or so, or buy some baby stain remover. The sun also helps by taking the stain away.
by Jadeypoo
5. The BM does wash nicely out of the liners ... just hang them in the sun after washing and the sun will bleach out any stains. I do not have any stains after using this method. I do not know if the covers stain because they so rarely get soiled. Hope this helps :)
by diaperingmom
6. I was really impressed how well the pad washed clean after a really messy diaper. I mean it covered the whole pad. When I washed it for the first time the bottom side of the pad turned a slight yellowish color, but the top went right back to bright white. I washed it by hand, then put it in the wash. If you have the time to do cloth diapers and the commetment then do it. I did it for a little while then went back to quick, fast, get rid of, normal diapers. But at least I tried.
by TwentyFourSevenMamma
7. I have never had a problem with staining with the cloth part. The snap in liners are another thing though. My husband isn't as good about rinsing them out and if you don't rinse of the snap in liner right away you are likely to get a stain even after several washes. But as far as the gCloths go, no stains. Everything washes out get. I run them on a rinse cycle, then wash warm, then rinse again.
by MeyerFamilyKY
8. YES! As long as you wash them the six times without detergent before using these things hold up GREAT to anything. :)
by CharredFrogLegs
9. it depends on how soon you rinse them out. my son did #2 in these and i rised them right away the stain came right out. but hen another day he sat down right after he went to the bathroom and it lightly stained.
by kadomama
10. Very easy to wash just be sure to use cloth diaper detergent. Also if you do happen to get any staining you can simply place them in a window or hang them outside in the sun and that will remove the staining.
by Marie0930
11. Yes, it is always good to use a paper liner with cloth for poo. U can lessen the chance of a lot seeping thru and staining the diaper plus u can also catch it in the liner and either flush or toss it away making it less icky:)
by txmumx3
11 Answers
Last answer: November 20, 2010

by gscooter03March 22, 2010


Last answer: August 29, 2010
1. No, there are different sized cloth inserts for the different size Little G Pants. There are websites, however, where you can buy and sell cloth diapers so if you sell them when the baby grows out of them, you can get some of your investment back.
by KatieP822
2. Well, I've only used the M/L size of gCloth, but they make a size Small which (I think) is for the newborn and small sizes of gPants and gLiners :) I don't think there is a one-size gCloth available.
by alifeofworship
3. There is a small size as well which fits the small g diaper. The M/L fits both the medium and large gpants. I am not sure why Walmart does not have the small liners.
by reb04
4. If you fold the insert, it will fit all sizes. I would just buy the md/lg size and fold over the front to make it shorter for the small gdiaper liner. This will save you money.
by diaperingmom
5. No. There are 2 sizes of gcloth. One for small gpants, and one that fits both medium and large gpants.
by BAP2sGirl
6. I have only purchased the medium diapers and cloth inserts, but I would think, in order for them to work properly, and not leak, you would have to use the approiate size liner and pants in the same size.
by PRM74
7. I believe the small size of these are for the small size diapers, and the med/lg are for medium and large diapers. My daughter is only inthe medium size, but they look like they'll work just fine in the large diapers.
by CharredFrogLegs
8. i haven't tried the small size but the m/l size is even small for the medium gpants.
by kadomama
9. No...there is a small insert and a Med/Lrg insert. They are also about to come out with an XLG pant which the Med/LRG insert will fit in. So there are basically two sizes of cloth inserts for the 4 sizes of pants.
by Marie0930
10. No there is a seperate insert for size small diapers. The medium and large do use the same cloth insert. I'm not sure about newborn, I didn't use that size.
by Preggowithbaby3
11. No, there are two sizes of inserts. S and M/L
by TheFreshChefFarm
11 Answers
Last answer: August 29, 2010

by OMGSomeonePleaseKnowThisApril 8, 2011


Last answer: March 6, 2012
1. the white side. The tan side is hemp and the hemp will break out your little one's bottom. White side up, tan side in the snap in pouch!
by stellarwifemom
2. The softer, whiter side is the right side up. If you are talking about the G pants, the G goes on the baby's bum!
by GdiaperMomma
3. The side applied to baby is the fluffy side. The side that sits along the inside of the plastic insert has a little orange tag with a "g" on it. It's more tightly woven and rougher if you brush it against your skin.
by lovev8s
4. The softer side.
by Jadeypoo
5. the softer, fluffier side
by MommaJ12
6. The side with the g on it is the outside and the side with the sizing and washing information is the inside (where the liner attaches). The liner inside does not have the tag on it (the outside does). I hope this helps. ...P.S. The g goes on the baby's bottom on the outside of the diaper.
by diaperingmom
7. The soft, white side goes against your baby's skin.
by Kcriswell
8. white soft side touches babies bottom, the cream colored is the bottom side to touch the plastic liner of the gdiaper
by tjm1965
9. the softer side of the pad is up. Good luck :)
by TwentyFourSevenMamma
10. The softer side goes up and the rougher side goes down which is the hemp.
by txmumx3
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Last answer: March 6, 2012

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