Everything is GREAT quality. Although it doesn't say it in the product description, this bundle also includes a swish stick and a hook to hang it. It you are wondering if these will be better and save money versus regular disposables, I suggest you do what I did and research EVERYTHING. research youtube videos that show to use GDiapers, how to use the swish stick, user reviews, the newborn size, etc. we are very pleased!! And although the initial start up cost is pricey, afterwards you SAVE money in the long run. Especially if you don't use the GDiaper flushable liner and instead use GDiaper cloth liners. But I'd recommend the flushables when you're out and about. It's easier. What you should know about Newborn size VS. Small (and other later sizes) is
1. There is no pouch inside the newborn size like there are for other sizes. The other sizes you change the elastic pouch out and can still use the actual cloth diaper without having to wash it. With the newborn size it basically acts as both a pouch and the outer cloth diaper, so you will need to wash the whole thing.
2. For the newborn size you HAVE to use the flushable/biodegradable liners only. You can't use the cloth liners with these. I found this out researching the gDiaper website. I emailed gDiapers and asked why and they said that since there is no separate pouch like the other sizes, the cloth liners alone could possibly cause leakage through the diaper. I highly suggest these. And do your research like I did!! Watch every YouTube how-to and review video out there. Learn all you can to make your first experience easier. It may have a bit of a learning curve, so don't give up if at first cloth diapering is frustrating. Keep trying!! It is way worth it and you will LOVE them. If you are looking to save money, then build up a cloth liner stash. You can have the biodegradable ones for backup. You can put more than one CLOTH liner in for added absorbency.
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