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s="h3color tiny">This review is from: Rumparooz Newborn Cloth Diaper Cover Snap, EcoOwl (Baby Product)

5.0 out of 5 stars
  
I bought a few of these for my daughter who cloth diapers my granddaughter. They are really great covers. They are leak-proof, she's never had a diaper leak, neither urine or feces, and she is breast fed which is a softer, liquid type bowel movement, and it holds it all inside, something my other daughter always had a problem with she used disposable diapers.

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She uses them with either pre-fold, flat, or fitted cloth diapers. For pre-folds: She purchased a few dozen organic newborn size at Green Mountain Diapers and uses snappi diaper fasteners instead of pins. We lay the pre-fold down, with baby's waist at the center top, then take each side where her legs, feet were are and roll it in "jelly roll style", to where it is a triangle'ish shape, then pulls the bottom up between her legs. Then take each side of the top and pull in on top of the part that was pulled up and fasten the little hooks on the snappi at the bottom onto the crotch...Read more

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I'm writing this review after about 2 months of use. We started with a cloth diaper service right when my baby was born, and have been using both Rumparooz and Blueberry Diaper Covers ever since. I ordered four or five of each and have found that they are essentially the same except:1. Rumparooz is generally smaller in size and style2. Rumparooz has a tighter elastic in general (which ended up leaving marks on my baby, and she's long and thin, not chubby), and has elastic on both leg gussets. The Blueberry has elastic on the inner leg gusset and is a little looser on the outer leg gusset, so it suited my baby much better (no red marks!)3. the Rumparooz has elastic on the front (good for when she had an umbilical cord stump and was tiny anyways), while the Blueberry is smooth and straight from the front (much better now, as the elastic of the Rumparooz is starting to leave red marks under her belly button now)4. The Snap of the Blueberry are much better placed,...Read more
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   I bought a few of these for my daughter who cloth diapers my granddaughter. They are really great covers. They are leak-proof, she's never had a diaper leak, neither urine or feces, and she is breast fed which is a softer, liquid type bowel movement, and it holds it all inside, something my other daughter always had a problem with she used disposable diapers.How to use them:She uses them with either pre-fold, flat, or fitted cloth diapers. For pre-folds: She purchased a few dozen organic newborn size at Green Mountain Diapers and uses snappi diaper fasteners instead of pins. We lay the pre-fold down, with baby's waist at the center top, then take each side where her legs, feet were are and roll it in "jelly roll style", to where it is a triangle'ish shape, then pulls the bottom up between her legs. Then take each side of the top and pull in on top of the part that was pulled up and fasten the little hooks on the snappi at the bottom onto the crotch...Read more
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I have friends who use the pocket diapers for their kids, but I didn't want to buy 30 diapers inserts, so I thought I would try these diaper covers with the idea that I could use one cover for several diaper changes. We've been using them for over two months now, and they work great. The legs have double gussets, so the covers hold in what the prefold doesn't catch of those explosive breastfed poos. I've only ever had three leaks that got the baby's clothes dirty, and that was more my fault for being lazy and not pulling the diaper tight around her legs. I use prefolds for the inserts, using a modified newspaper fold with the back turned down to create what we call a "poop pocket". It works for now.The economic aspect of these diapers is fantastic. I go through three covers a day when the baby has only pee diapers, a new one every 8 hours or so. I toss the soaked prefold, wipe the cover clean with a wipe, and then put a new prefold in.Anyway, they...Read more
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