gDiapers Cloth Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (6 Count)

gDiapers Cloth Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (6 Count)

  • gDiapers аrе breathable, soft cotton diaper covers wіth two insert options: washable Cloth Inserts аnԁ Disposable Inserts thаt саn bе flushed (stay οn package directions) οr composted (wet ones οnƖу)
  • Cloth inserts аrе mаԁе οf baby-soft polyester microfleece аnԁ hemp/cotton
  • Trim-fitting, nο folding required
  • Uѕе wіth medium, large, аnԁ x-large gPants (sold unconnectedly)
  • Packaging mау vary

gDiapers аrе redefining diapers bу charitable parents thе convenience οf disposables аnԁ thе confidence tο build a better future. gDiapers аrе breathable, soft cotton diaper covers wіth two insert options: washable Cloth Inserts аnԁ Disposable Inserts thаt саn bе flushed (following package directions) οr composted (wet ones οnƖу). gDiapers Cloth Inserts fit snugly inside soft cotton, gDiapers gPants, саn bе used аѕ a replacement fοr οf, οr іn conjunction wіth, gDiapers Disposable Inserts. Cloth Inserts аrе mаԁе frοm 4 layers οf absorbent fabrics. Two layers οf baby-soft microfleece draw moisture away frοm baby’s bottom, аnԁ two layers οf hemp/cotton trap thе wetness, ѕο baby stays dry. Trim fit. Nο fuss.

List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 23.99

3 thoughts on “gDiapers Cloth Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (6 Count)

  1. 100 of 101 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Like the gDiaper System, August 24, 2011
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    My wife and I have been very pleased with the G-Diapers system for our first child. It’s nice not having to constantly buy (and dispose of) dozens of diapers every week. While the gBaby Bundle only comes with the disposable type inserts we also bought a few packs of the reusable kind and have used them very nearly exclusively for the first 4-weeks or so our daughters life. So far so excellent, no problem with leaks or spills.

    Here’s what my wife and I bought:

    1) gBaby Bundle (Recommend) gDiapers gBaby Bundle, Newborn Diapers

    2) 4 packs of the small (8-14lbs)gCloth inserts, 6 ct. (Recommend, could probably have gotten by with 3 packs, place this allows us a small more time between lots of laundry).

    3)1 box of the gDiapers gCloth Liners, 105 ct. 1 box will last about two weeks, I’d recommend buying 3 or 4 boxes if you’re going to go full-on with the reusable inserts. We place one in every diaper and they are a godsend. gDiapers gCloth Liners – 105 Count

    We also bought a case of the flushable diaper refills, gDiapers Refill Case- Small (160 Count) and have found that to be unnecessary. These are handy to have around, but the amount in the gBaby Bundle is more than sufficient to last awhile, unless you’ll not be using the reusable inserts.

    The one product that G-Diapers does not really clarify well is the optional “g-Cloth Liners” that sit on top of the reusable cloth inserts. The problem is that they use the term “liner” for a couple of different products which have very nearly exactly the same name. There are the “gDiapers Cloth Diaper Liners”- which are the snap in liners that go into the G-Pants and hold the diaper inserts, but there are also the “gDiapers gCloth Liners” which sit on top of the diaper.

    Frankly, the “gCloth Liners” are fantastic and really make the system work on a tidy, convenient way. They basically allow you to lift solid waste off of the liner and just drop it in the toilet. This presents you from having to rinse the reusable inserts (which would otherwise be covered in poop) before throwing them in the laundry. No fuss no muss. Probably goes without saying (but I will), you won’t need these if you’ll be using the disposable diaper inserts, as these can already go straight into the toilet.

    The frank investment on this was a small steep, but now we won’t have to buy anything else (except perhaps a few more boxes of the liners, which are cheap) until she hits until she hits 15 lbs or so. I’m guessing a bit more expensive than just buying disposables, but not by much and none of the landfill clogging waste.

    Very pleased with this system.

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  2. 34 of 34 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    cheaper inserts available, September 28, 2011
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    This assess is from: gDiapers Cloth Inserts, Medium/Large/X-Large (6 Count) (Health and Beauty)
    These cloth inserts are fine. My only complaint is that they are on the expensive side. Our daughter wears size medium gdiapers. For medium diapers, I highly recommend using the SMALL cloth inserts (the med-xl insert size is HUGE). The small cloth inserts fill the entire plastic liner for the medium gpant.

    CHEAPER OPTIONS: There are cheaper cloth options available that work well with gdiapers. I use Gerber flat fold birdseye cloth diapers. They are more than half the price of the gdiaper cloth inserts and work GREAT! For the medium gpants, I fold the Gerber flat folds in fourths and then in half. I change about every 2 hours, same with the gdiapers cloth inserts. This method also does not add any extra bulk to the diaper. I also like Osocozy flat diapers (super soft and available on Amazon). They are larger than the Gerber brand, so they are probably wouldn’t work well in the small g pants (although I haven’t tried it). Osocozy flat diapers sell on Amazon for under $10 for a 6 pack.

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  3. 24 of 28 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    BEST cloth inserts ever!!! Now G-Diapers make sense, December 2, 2009
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    El Loro Dominicano (Oregon, USA) –

    I liked the thought of g-diapers but always thought, what’s the point if your not going to save any money? But now with these fantastic cloth inserts, you can have the ultimate cute diaper and save tons of money. These inserts are fantastic – they have micro fleece on the side that goes next to your baby’s tush, so it stays soft and dry next to the skin, then they have a super absorbent hemp on the other side. I plot to buy a bunch more to use with all my pocket diapers as well as my g-diapers.

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