Cloth diaper guides

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The first steps

How many cloth diapers do I need?

To get started you only need a single cloth diaper! Our starter set is perfect for testing cloth diapers and getting an overview of the systems and absorbent materials.

If you want to change diapers with fabric part-time, we recommend 4 covers and 12 inserts. So you can change diapers half the day with cloth and half the day with disposable diapers and have a washing cycle of 3 days.

If you want to use cloth diapers around the clock, you need 6 diaper covers and 24 inserts to have a relaxed washing cycle of 3 days!

Which system is right for me?

We offer two systems. The good news: Both work very easily! They consist of an overtrouser and an insert.

Our Ai2 Cover Diaper is a reusable pair of overpants that comes with an insert. The insert is changed every time you change the diaper and the cover can be reused.

Our Multi-Use Diaper is the closest thing to a disposable diaper: Here the entire diaper goes into the wash because the inside of the diaper is made of super soft material that ensures that the wetness is kept away from the child.

We offer hemp, cotton and bamboo for absorbent material. All three inserts are super absorbent and can be combined!

Which system you choose is a matter of taste, but one thing is for sure: it's super easy and flexible, so you can put together the diaper that's right for you!

How does it work?

Overpants + insert = diaper

You place the absorbent pad in the diaper or snap it onto the buttons. This means nothing will slip anymore!

Once you reach the age of supplementary feeding, you will still use a diaper fleece to dispose of the store (just like you would with a disposable diaper).

The simplest & most flexible cloth diaper system

Our diapers consist of two parts:

- Waterproof overtrousers

- A matching insert

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What you do when your diapers arrive

Here come your diapers!

Water flows for more suction volume

Wash your insoles a few times before using them for the first time. This ensures that they become more absorbent. You can simply add them to your normal laundry.

Why do the deposits shrink?

The pads are designed to "shrink" to the perfect size after washing. This was taken into account during the cut and is normal.

The business paper: When you should use diaper fleece

From the baby's age onwards, place a diaper fleece on the insert. This ensures that you can dispose of it like a disposable diaper and it doesn't end up in the washing machine. The diaper fleece can be washed and reused 2-3 times after contact with urine. Please do not dispose of it in the toilet - this will cause blockages!

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Your cloth diaper routine

Your everyday life with cloth diapers

How to store your diapers

The insoles and overpants should be stored as airily as possible. A wetbag is perfect for this! You should wash every 3 days to keep your diapers looking good!

The perfect washing routine

Washing cloth diapers is easier than you think. Get our ultimate 4-step washing instructions to print yourself! Download washing instructions here

The diaper leaks: troubleshooting

The diaper is leaking and you don't know what's wrong? Write to us, we will help you!