There are diapers I love then there are brands that I love. Isn’t it awesome when you know that whatever you choose from a company you will love!?
I haven’t met a Sloomb|Sustainablebabyish fluffiness that I didn’t thoroughly use and recommend. Seriously.
In July 2009, I first sang the praises of the Snapless-Multil fitted. Because of its excellent fit, absorbency and affordability I feel the need to review it again.
I recently received a Snapless-Multi contrast in Sprout (dark green) as a gift from Sloomb. I only washed it once prior to using it at night.
Last night, Sterling wore it for …. oh, 15 hours :D and it still had a lot more absorbency left. Sterling is not a heavy night wetter but even if your child is this cloth diaper will hold up for you.
I paired the Snapless-Multi with a Little Beetles Little-to-Big wool cover.
The stretch of the Snapless-Multi ensures that whether your baby is super skinny or nice and round you can get a good fit. There are no snap down rise settings, so to adjust it for your baby you would simply fold down the front of the diaper. On Sterling I folded it down about 1/2″ and crossed over the wide wings.
Each Snapless-Multi comes with a pin or snappi. Even I, the pin-hater, was able to quickly and easily fasten the diaper.
While the outside of the diaper is cotton terry (snappiable) the inserts are bamboo fleece. The smooth surface of the bamboo fleece makes for easy rinsing when there is a poopie.
The crotch is wider than the bamboo fitted which allows for additional soakers if needed without causing gaping at the legs. The leg elastic is encased in a soft cotton terry, preventing red marks on those precious baby legs.
The versatility of a snapless fitted is unbeatable. Not all “one-sized” cloth diapers actually fit from birth to potty training. However, with a generous measurements all around that you can easily fit to a newborn, the Snapless-Multi really is a one-sized diaper.
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