Eco Posh Organic Cloth Diapers Review and Giveaway

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Kanga Care, the parent company of Rumparooz, has done it again!  They’ve managed to design and release another diaper to add to my ultimate recommendations list.

Eco*Posh is Kanga Care’s line of fitteds (one size and newborn), training pants and wool soakers that releases today, August 1, 2011!

I feel so blessed to try out the new Eco*Posh Recycled Organic One-size fitted, wool soaker and training pants.

Today I am going to give you my thoughts on the fitted, show you some pics that will make your ovaries hurt and then give you a chance to win one for yourself!

In a nutshell my review looks like this:

Absorbent

Soft

Great Fit

All Natural

 

But, you probably want details.  Kelly’s Closet sums up the description well:

Kanga Care brand cloth diapers are the ORIGINAL and ONLY cloth diapers uniquely designed with the patent pending leak protection technology of dual inner gussets (double inner gussets). The inside of each diaper is designed with 2 gentle inner gussets, a double barrier, that channels each leg. There is no chance of escape for even the messiest of messes! Keep that cute outfit cleanand mommy’s too!

Made out of recycled water bottles, bamboo and organic cotton! This diaper is 4 sizes in one diaper and fits from birth potty training. Comes with the famous 6r Soaker, this time made out of bamboo and organic cotton! The entire diaper is 10 layers thick and is not waterproof, cover required. This diaper is available in One Size (6-35 lbs) and is available in 5 colors: Ginger, Love, Biscuit, Bamboo and Peace.

All Kanga Care products have been lovingly invented by a mother in Colorado and distributed world wide out of Golden, Colorado.

The Eco*Posh Recycled Organic fitted is a pocket fitted. LOVE pocket fitteds. You get to customize the absorbency and still keep it all natural.

For review purposes, I strapped one on Camden without a cover.  I wanted to see how long I could keep it on him before I felt wetness on the outside.

The clock started at 12:04. Tick, tick, tick.  5 hours went by and still no wetness on the outside.  Soon it was time for me to get him in a nighttime diaper, which is in the 7 o’clock hour usually.

When I changed Camden there was wetness around the legs but still none on the outside.  This is good information. Now I can confidently use the Eco*Posh fitted at night with a couple of Hemp Babies and a wool cover.  (which is what he’s in right now–Sunday night)

Before using the Eco*Posh fitteds and training pants I fully prepped them according to the SUPER helpful instructions on the tag.  As recommended, I washed 5 times prior to use. Only the first cycle did I add detergent.  When the first cycle finished I simply turned the machine back on and pressed start.

Regardless of price, I would recommend Eco*Posh Recycled Organic One Size Fitteds.  I love the fit, colors, natural-ness, double gussets, uniqueness, absorbency…

Is it the perfect diaper for everyone? No. Are there going to be comments about how they’re not made in the USA or how you’d never spend more than $15 on a diaper?  Yes.

Will those same people enter this contest to win one?? Of course!  You might just change your mind once you’ve used it ;)



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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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248 Responses to “Eco Posh Organic Cloth Diapers Review and Giveaway”

  1. Lindsay Says:

    I just bought the Eco Posh OS.. I love how they are so soft and I know they would be the best thing for my baby considering the materials. I have not washed them yet b/c I am just unsure about them. I tried them on my daughter, but it seems like the fit is too big around her legs. If I wash them and dry them, will the fit around her legs be more snug? Do I have to put the wool covering on her all the time, or just nighttime & nap time (if I use both the 6-r soakers)?

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    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Unfortunately for me, perhaps fortunately for you, the shrink in the dryer. You don’t have to put a cover on them though unless it will be on for a long time.

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  2. Sarah Says:

    Hey Autumn, I keep reading that there is a limited amount of detergents that are safe to use with the eco-posh- none of which I want to use. What detergent are you using with your eco-posh?

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  3. Victoria Says:

    I have spent $28 on Swaddlebbes Econappi (which I love & have 3 of) for nighttime. So soft, super absorbent & deliciously cute prints. I guess I’m not a bargain diaper buyer. I also have maybe 8-10 RaRs I paid $18-$25.50 for (some bought on sale, several prints & colors bought full price). I think I must have a pricey stash. :-) Would love to try these.

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  4. Katie i. Says:

    The most I’ve ever paid for a cloth diaper was ~$28 for my Rumparooz g2 Snaps with hemp inserts. :-) Its been worth it

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  5. Lindsey Says:

    I think the most I’ve ever paid is around $25.

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  6. Cristy Says:

    I am one of the ones in the camp of “!!$$$$!!” LOL I would love to try one but unless I got it as a giveaway or on sale I would probably never even touch one.

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  7. Alexandra Says:

    $28 is the most I have ever paid for a diaper

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  8. Kim Says:

    The most I’ve paid so far is $14!

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  9. Peggy Says:

    I’m super excited about these. It would be great to try one out before I decide to buy. I have 2.25 in diapers so I need quality more then cheap.

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  10. Katie Mortensen Says:

    I think the most I have paid for cloth is $25 – *maybe* 27.50 but that was probably the shipped price

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  11. Allie Martin Says:

    The most I’ve ever paid for a cloth diaper is 21.95.

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  12. Amanda Alvarado Says:

    I am cheap! LOL I don’t think I have bought a diaper that was over $20. I usually wait until the expensive ones are on sale & get them then or buy them used.

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  13. Diana Says:

    I bought a Goodmama NB for $29 and felt so guilty about it. It’s really cute, and I like having it in my stash, but I just couldn’t justify buying any more of them. The Eco-posh diapers look absolutely amazing! The price, though. Oy!

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  14. Brittany Says:

    I paid about $20 for a Charlie Bananna, which has a great rocket ship design and I like the adjustable and numbered elastic thighs on the diaper. I enjoy this diaper and think the price is well worth it, although I love my bumgenius too!

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  15. Maggi Says:

    I got 6 Organic Caboose diapers for $80, so $13.33.

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  16. Sommer Stewart Says:

    I’ve only just ordered my first cloth diapers for my son (Charlie Bananas). I bought the six packs that go from $109-$119, averaging around $18-$19 a diaper. I can’t wait for them to arrive!!

    I like to research things to death and than make my purchases, not necessarily by price, but by user experiences, reviews, articles, etc. I rather a pay a little more in the beginning and have my products last longer than go the cheap route and be dissatisfied or have my product fall apart (which ends up becoming more expensive in the end because I have to pay for repairs or replacements).

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  17. michelle vazquez Says:

    I have paid approximately 35 dollars on a goodmama goodnight diaper

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  18. Marina S Says:

    Those diapers look really nice, but they are pretty pricey. And while I can see the use for more expensive, high quality fitteds for a heavy wetting toddler, I just cannot wrap my head around spending $30 on a single newborn fitted… they get changed every hour, 2 at the most anyway, so something less spendy should be sufficient.

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  19. Rosalie Danek Says:

    I paid $25 for Bum Genius Organic OS AIO!

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  20. m. phaiah Says:

    the most i’ve paid was $23.50 for a RumpaRooz. but I love it!

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  21. Kristen A Says:

    I don’t have any Rumparooz yet, they are my next to buy and try. Looking forward to it!

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  22. Rahel Moore Says:

    The most I paid for a diaper was around $24-$26 for a green rumparoo. Sooo cute.

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  23. Nikole H. Says:

    I think the most I spent was about $25 for an organic, OS, AIO diaper. ngiraldi at gmail dot com

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  24. Denise Says:

    That’s one pricey dipe, but it looks so cozy! I would love to try one!

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  25. tanya bondarchuk Says:

    the most expensive diaper I have is about $27 (Itti BittiTutto)

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  26. Jessica Says:

    I think the most I’ve ever paid for a CD was $20. I would love to try the EcoPosh… but $35??? Maybe for a Mother’s Day gift! :)

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  27. Christine Says:

    My generic covers were less than $5 and my organic pre-folds were less than $10 for a 6 pack. I haven’t quite committed to cloth….

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  28. Katariina Says:

    I was wondering, Autumn, how You manage to use the diapers you have bought Yourself? Seems like You have so many diapers to test and try . Which is really cool – Who wouldn’t want to try different diapers for free, huh :)
    Ecoposh seems a real winner. I would like to try it!

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    • Autumn Beck Says:

      I actually end up only using the ones I buy myself. If I receive a review diaper I really love (Eco*Posh being one) I buy more.

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  29. Jackie Tromp Says:

    $17.38 is the most I’ve paid for a cloth diaper, it was in package deal of Bum Genius.
    Thanks for the review and the chance to win a Eco Psoh Organic Cloth Diaper! I’ve been curious about the Rumparoos and have heard of recycled pop bottles used to make quality clothing in an outdoor cloths shop a few years ago. Cool! I agree spending a little more on cloth still saves you tons of money in the long run and your babies health being protected is priceless!
    I am so excited to use cloth from the start on our newborn!

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  30. Cyndel Jones Says:

    I would love to try some of the more expensive diapers…this one especially! But I can’t afford it! I’m about to start converting some of my husbands old t-shirts into flats and fitteds because we are in need of more diapers with no funds…but it is fun (most of the time) working through the challenges of cding my son with almost no money.

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  31. Cyndel J Says:

    I spent $7 on a Kawaii’s teal monkey and banana’s pocket diaper with insert. Nope not kidding that is the most i’ve spent on one diaper!

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  32. Kristen Bates Says:

    I would love these. I am so tired of trying to put three-four doublers in my sbish just to make it through the night. Love RAR.

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  33. Knocked Up and Nursing Says:

    About $26 on a Tot Bots. It was a spur of the moment purchase. My husband and i were on a date with out littlest in tow and we ran out of diapers. I wasn’t about to buy disposables just for 1 diaper. There was a store nearby that sold cloth and we picked up the tot bots. I Really like the diaper!

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  34. jamie Says:

    would love to try them! good diapers are worth the price. i really like the neutral colors :)

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  35. Julie D. Says:

    Well, I’m a Goodmama lover/collector, so for those of you who are familiar with that brand, you know I have NO PROBLEM paying….um, premium prices for fitted diapers. So price isn’t an issue. And I think pocket fitteds are super for nighttime use because of the customizable absorbency. I am really happy that this pocket fitted is supposed to go 6-35 lbs. Wow – that’s quite a range! Usually my little ones top out of pocket fitteds before they’re night trained, so I would love to win one of these to try!

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  36. Jodi J Says:

    When I first started buying cloth diapers, I bought a minky Blueberry one-size diaper for (I think) $26, but it was part of a buy 2 get 1 sale, so I didn’t actually pay that much for the diaper.

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  37. April Walraven Says:

    I paid $26 for a tots bots. I sold it… I might be the only person on the planet who didn’t like that diaper! ;-)

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  38. Jean Quinn Says:

    I paid 38.00 for a TT and I am not due until October! (actually she is doing a custom order so I paid 6×38.00)… shh..

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  39. Lori Says:

    Can’t remember but spent over $500 on 18 BG AIO one size organics because I just knew that’s what I wanted, haha. Still use and mostly love them, but some days I tell myself that just because I want to feel better about buying so many before I’d really tried them out! I’ve of course added to the stash little by little, but wish I’d started slower in the first place!

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  40. Rachel n Says:

    I paid $25 for a bummis tot bots diaper

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  41. Erinn Knoll Says:

    the most ive paid is about $25 for a diaper

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