There are many types of cloth diapers available on the market that can be difficult to know where to start. Different types of diapers may work better in some babies than others, so it may take some trial and error before finding a style that perfectly suits your child. You may also prefer the use of a type more than others. For these reasons, it is a good idea to view some cloth diapers before investing a lot of money on a brand or style.
reading for details of the different types of cloth diapers available:
As the name it implies this is a system diaper fabric in one piece, ie, the absorbent part of the diaper and the impermeable layer stitched together. This makes it convenient and easy to use AIO diapers but may also take longer to dry than other types of diapers. AIO diapers have elastic around the legs and waist and secured with Velcro or snaps.
AI2 diapers have two separate parts – The absorbent insert water resistant shell. As the absorbent part of the diaper can be removed, the housing can be reused (if dirty) by simple addition of a clean insert. Drying is also faster than the shell and the inserts were washed and dried separately. AI2 diapers have elastic in the legs and waist and secured with Velcro or snaps.
diapers wardrobes are made entirely of absorbent materials and therefore require a separate cover to act as a waterproof layer . This makes diapers built a good choice for the night, and absorbency can be adapted to suit your baby. cabinets diapers have elastic in the legs and waist and secured with Velcro or snaps.
Floors are traditional flat honeycomb that can be folded in one of several ways before placing your baby. Floors require a separate act as a waterproof layer and secured with a pin or Snappi cover. An economical choice that dry very quickly.
pocket diapers consist of a waterproof outer layer and dry inner layer are left with a pocket on the side replace front or absorbent inserts. This means that the amount of absorption capacity can be easily adapted to suit your baby. Pocket diapers have elastic in the legs and waist and secured with Velcro or snaps.
are prefolds a flat style honeycomb with additional layers of fabric sewn through the midsection then bends before place your baby. Prefolds require a separate layer to act as a waterproof and need a pin or Snappi to hold cover. They are also an economic option, work well for newborns and are easy to wash and dry.