Previously loved diapers are gently used and often returned under our Love it or Leave it program. These diapers have been used for less than 30 days and come with a 15 day previously loved warranty. The warranty covers any manufacturer defects you may have within the first 15 days from invoice date.
Our new "Better Fit" prefolds are sized to fit in the diaper cover without folding length wise in the diaper cover as required for standard prefolds. This less bulky and easier to use prefold style is growing in popularity. It is specifically made and sized to be used inside a diaper cover using a trifold type fold as per the pictures below. The trifold type fold does not require Snappi fasteners or diaper pins. All OsoCozy® prefolds including these new "Better Fit" prefolds are Diaper Service Quality (DSQ). They are sewn of 100% Indian cotton gauze weaved material. This material quilts up nice and thick with the first wash and these diapers are soft, very absorbant and lint free.
|Infant 4x8x4||12.5 x 13.5||11.25 x 11.5||2.5 oz||6-16 lbs||Purple|
|Premium 4x8x4||14.5 x 16||13 x 13.5||3.5 oz||14-30 lbs||Red|
|Toddler 4x8x4||15.5 x 18.5||14 x 15.75||4.2 oz||25-45 lbs||
All cloth diapers should be pre-washed before using so the diapers fluff up and achieve optimal softness and absorbency. White or bleached diapers require only one prewash. Natural or unbleached diapers require 3-5 pre-washes to make the diapers fully absorbent.
If you care for cloth diapers by cleaning and rinsing well, you will give them a long absorbent life. Drying on high heat or in the sun will help you avoid bacteria and irritants that can cause diaper rash.
If you do choose to use soap rather than detergent and it leaves a residue on your diapers, the natural solution to break down the residue is a vinegar rinse. This will help maintain diaper absorbency.
We recommend that you use no more than ½ cup of distilled white vinegar in the rinse cycle. Make sure it is distilled vinegar to avoid stains from vinegars with color.
Vinegar may also be used in the rinse cycle to help neutralize the urine odor, equalize the pH balance, help prevent stains from setting in, and as a natural fabric softener.
NOTE: If you have hard water, vinegar may cause your diapers to smell bad once urinated on. In that case, we recommend you discontinue using soap and switch to detergent.