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Old 07-09-2013, 09:11 AM   #1
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stay-dry prefolds?

I'm transitioning from aio/pockets to mostly prefolds and covers. All of the prefolds I have are cotton, though, and I'm worried ds won't like feeling wet since he's used to stay-dry fabrics in his aio/pockets. Does anyone make stay-dry prefolds? Or should I just get some stay-dry inserts or doublers to add to the prefolds? Any suggestions are appreciated!

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Re: stay-dry prefolds?

I know I've seen some, but I'm not sure of the brand. Diaper Rite maybe? Or osocozy? Google it, I'll bet you'll get some hits.
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Re: stay-dry prefolds?

http://www.nickisdiapers.com/oso-coz...-prefolds.html

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Re: stay-dry prefolds?

You can just add a fleece liner to any diaper.
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We use fleece liners whenever we want stay dry. Cheap and easy.

If you want a prefold, though, Diaper Safari trifold inserts have a stay dry side.
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Thanks! Has anyone tried these osocozy stay dry prefolds?
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You can just add a fleece liner to any diaper.
Sounds easy enough. Thanks!
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Thanks! Has anyone tried these osocozy stay dry prefolds?
I have and don't like the way the suede cloth bunched up after they were prepped. They should have been shrunk before they sewed the suede cloth on. I've heard the diaper safari ones didn't do this
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Osocozies are HORRIBLE!!! The suede cloth is very stratchy and pilly after prepping. Diaper safari are HEAVENLY.....buttery soft!!!!!!
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