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This Cloth Diaper Package includes:
- 24 Rumparooz OBV One Size Diapers with Bamboo 6r soakers
Wash & Care Instructions
The number one thing to remember when caring for your diapers is they are just another load! There is no magical solution that you should need and no crazy tricks.
- 1 Cold rinse
2 Hot wash: add the recommended amount of detergent for the appropriate load size.
- 3 Cool rinse
- 4 Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry in indirect sunlight.
- 1 Original Tide Ultra
- 2 Tide Free and Gentle
- 3 Gain
- 4 Ecover (powder, not liquid)
Please do not use laundry additives such a bleach, Oxiclean, Borax or Bac-out to wash your Kanga Care products. If you have questions about our washing instructions, please ask! We are happy to help!
- Newborn setting starts at 6 lbs
- Small setting starts at 10 lbs
- Medium setting starts at 15 lbs
- Large setting (fully un-snapped) starts around 20 lbs and will fit up to 35-40 lbs.
- Patented Double Inner Gussets!
Outer: 100% polyester
Inner: 60% bamboo rayon, 20% organic cotton, 20% polyester
Number 1 investment for newborn
My wife and I are blown away by these diapers so far! They are probably the softest material I've ever touched (yay for baby's delicate sensitive skin!) Yet they clean out remarkably! We some if the hypoallergenic white ones as well, and even those have the most minimal stains! And that's because we started from the very first diaper with kangacare, so if you're aware of meconium... that's where it's really impressive! I will recommend these to everyone expectant parent. We breastfeed so I'm not familiar with formula-fed messes, but ours come off like a stain of dirt on these OBS kangacare diapers.
We were hesitant to switch to cloth diapers but these are so great and so easy! I love them so much!! They’re super absorbent, easy to use, great for baby’s skin, plus the colors are fun!! Just 2 recommendations: 1) I found they’re just too bulky to use on a 7lb newborn. Even thought they can be made super small, I’d go with newborn diapers instead of the one size until baby is about 10 lbs. 2) maybe we’re just obsessive about changing our 3 month old diapers, but 24 is just barely enough if you’re doing laundry every other day. I would get a few more for a little extra wiggle room. Stuffing can be a bit of a pain, but I love how you can stuff to adjust for he level of absorbency you need (overnight vs day, etc.).