GroVia's new line of AIOs are just....well...."like buttah"(channeling Mike Meyers on SNL). The inside construction and absorbency is exactly the same as the standard line, but the outer waterproof layer of TPU has been replaced with a proprietary laminated polyester velour. Shimmery, pillowy, and quite possibly the softest thing you've ever touched.
Adjustable to fit from 10-35+ lbs., this sleek, classic GroVia One-Size All in One is the only cloth diaper on the market that your baby can wear under skinnies! A waterproof outer layer and ultra-absorbent certified organic cotton inner soaker are sewn together to create what just may be the PERFECT cloth diaper. No folding, no stuffing, no keeping track of covers: simply snap on your baby and go!
No cover needed
Trim fit, stretch sides
Made fairly & conscientiously in China.
Diaper Preparation (This is an important step...don't skip it!!)
Wash hot with detergent and tumble dry, repeating this process 5–6 times before first use (they will continue to gain absorbency with more washing).
Remove as much solid matter as possible. Place soiled diaper in a dry diaper pail - no soaking necessary.Wash every 2 days on warm with detergent.Tumble dry low. Do NOT use bleach or fabric softeners.
How many diapers do I need?
Building a cloth diaper stash is a necessity. It may be costly upfront, but you’ll immediately be grateful you have enough cloth diapers to last between washings and to regularly rotate through your stash. This means not having to do a load of cloth diapers every day, which means less wear and tear on your diapers, which extends the life of your cloth diapers. Your cloth diaper stash size can save your sanity during the diaper-wearing days, and it will save you money in the long run.
If you’re using a one-size diapering system, you want to have 40-50 diapers for a "big stash". Your cloth diapers will last through at least one child’s diapered years at that size. With a large enough stash and the ability to rotate, you should even be able to use your cloth diapers for more than one kid!
But if you have a smaller stash (20-24 diapers), you can expect wear to show sooner, and excessive wear may necessitate repairing or replacing diapers.