Saturday, March 15, 2014

Moraki Cloth Diaper Review

M pleased to show off her belly button Moraki Cloth Diaper (and yes, that is my iPad she is stepping on...)
Moraki Cloth diapers rock!

First of all, the patterns are adorable. I got the hippie tie dye print, but they also have more traditional patterns (like elephants) as well as solids. You can also choose to get rainbow or heart snaps, if you are so inclined.

What I like the most about these diapers is the softness. The sewed in insert of the AIO is cotton/hemp (I haven't tried hemp, this is my first time and I like it!). It looks and feels so natural and absorbent. You want to have it against your skin and feel good about your baby having it against theirs.

There is also a pocket so that if you want to add extra absorbance, you can! Plus, the sewn in insert can be folded to provide more absorbance where you want it.

The diapers, like most that I have, are snap adjustable in the front. M is 23 pounds and we wear them unsnapped and they fit her great - no leaking.

The downside to these diapers is the price. At $27 a pop, plus shipping, I don't think I can afford to have more than one of them. They take a bit longer to dry, being quite thick and natural finer, so we don't get to wear them as often as I'd like. I do recommend getting them, however, if you have the budget and want natural fibres and made in the USA quality.

1 comment:

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