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6-Pack OsoCozy Prefolds Unbleached Cloth Diapers (Size 1, Infants)

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Walmart has 6-Pack OsoCozy Prefolds Unbleached Cloth Diapers (Size 1, Infants 7-15lbs) on sale for $8.06. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks RutgersKittyn

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If you're interested in trying cloth diapers, this is an easy and reasonably priced way to get started.

I've used these prefolds since my son was fresh outta the oven πŸ˜€, he's 20 months now and they're still going strong. They've held up to washing every 3-4 days, no stains, no fraying. They worked well with a snappi & cover when he was a newborn and fit perfectly as a trifolded insert in a cover now.

Pro tip: they make some of the best, most absorbent kitchen/house towels once your kiddos are out of diapers!

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Good price for these. We don't use them as diapers (though we do occasionally use them as inserts in pocket diapers). However, they are great burp cloths. Very absorbent and don't have to worry about anything getting through and onto your clothes because of the multiple layers.
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The description mentions size is for infants only. How does it handled a 20 month old?
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Does anyone have experience with using this and the "best fit" sized prefolds? LO is petite and I'm new to cloth diapering!
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Does anyone have experience with using this and the "best fit" sized prefolds? LO is petite and I'm new to cloth diapering!
I can't answer your question but I can strongly recommend cloth diapers in general. We used disposables for longer excursions out but cloth most of the time. Saved a ton of $$$ and I think they helped my son potty train earlier though you never know with potty training. Congrats on your little one! πŸ€ͺ
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Does anyone have experience with using this and the "best fit" sized prefolds? LO is petite and I'm new to cloth diapering!
I used these and never had a problem with fit (I think the "best fits" are shorter lengthwise?). My LO was tiny with skinny legs too. Most of the work was about making sure the cover was fastened tight enough and fit snuggly around the legs - the size of the prefold never crossed my mind. I used snappies most of the time, then realized a tri-fold was just as effective and quicker.

Also adding my voice to the list here that cloth diapering is awesome and so easy! We started around 1 month old, gradually subbing in for some disposables, and within 2 weeks we were 100%. Try it out with these, sample others like pockets or all in ones as you go, build a collection through sales or Craigslist, and you'll start to get the hang of it pretty quickly.
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I'm about a 36 waist. Will these fit me?
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Does anyone have experience with using this and the "best fit" sized prefolds? LO is petite and I'm new to cloth diapering!
I think GMD are the best prefolds out there. For my 5 pound baby I used preemie size for awhile. Personally, I wouldn't bother with any other brand.

Plus, I used them thru 2 kids (except the preemie size) then was still able to resell when done.
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I think GMD are the best prefolds out there. For my 5 pound baby I used preemie size for awhile. Personally, I wouldn't bother with any other brand.

Plus, I used them thru 2 kids (except the preemie size) then was still able to resell when done.
GMD is awesome. They do seconds sales but sell out quickly. I've had seconds and they still work great.
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The description mentions size is for infants only. How does it handled a 20 month old?
These won't fit a 20 month old. These are the size 1 diapers. They fit infant babies that weigh 7-15 lbs. For us my kids outgrew these by 6 or 7 months of age. They have a size 2 of these. You'll need the larger covers that goes with these but it goes up to 30lbs. If your 20 month old is within that weight limit it may be worth looking into the larger size
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This is a great price for cloth diapers!! I bought this exact brand over 5 years ago when I had my first child. To go with this I bought the thirsties duo wrap covers. I would have to say that cloth diapering isn't for everyone. For the most part I used it for the first few months of my baby's life and once they outgrew the size 1 if not earlier that was it for me. Initially you have to wash and dry the diapers multiple times as instructed in the instructions before use or they do not become as fluffy and absorbent as they should. I lived in an apartment complex that did not have washers or dryers in the individual units. We had to pay per load to do laundry and so it ended up being a pain in the butt to do cloth diapering. Babies also initially poop out black tarry poop and after that seedy yellow poop which is not pleasant to try and wash out. If this is the route that you end up taking I would recommend buying multiple cloth diapers. I used these cloth diapers on three babies and overall they've worked fairly well. GL!!
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The description mentions size is for infants only. How does it handled a 20 month old?
We use these with our 20 month old, just tri-folded and laid down in the cover. One during the day, double it up at night, and we're good to go πŸ‘
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