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Still pondering cloth versus disposable diapers? We love these eco-friendly hybrids that give you the best of both worlds! They're soft, absorbent, and made of washable cotton. And by adding in Bambino Mio's disposable nappy liners, you'll get you the convenience of disposables without the waste! Liners and leak-resistant covers sold separately. (See product details tab for sizing information.)See Full Details
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the giggle criteria: We've narrowed down the choices by picking only the best products out there. In other words: if we sell it, we love it, and we think you will, too! Each year, we talk to tons of parents to find out what's most important to them when it comes to baby and kids products. The result? Every product we offer goes through a rigorous selection process and must meet at least three of the following criteria to be included in our assortment:
--Size 1: 8 per pack, suitable for babies Up to 16 lbs.
--Size 2: 6 per pack, suitable for babies Up - 35 lbs.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by meliaM An ok start Cloth diapering has come along way. These are quality cloth diapers but the covers could be better for the price. December 12, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 Good for newborns I used these when my son was first born until he outgrew them at about 6 weeks. They were great and I really enjoyed how easy they were. Sadly, they are sized, so your child will grow out of them eventually. December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tanyas Durable We use the Bambino Mio cloth diapering system. These cloth nappies wash up well! Baby boy seems to like as well. March 12, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lems Addicting We bought these nappies because we wanted to be more eco-friendly (they are) and thought the savings would be significant (they are). We did not anticipate liking cloth diapering so much, though. I admit I was afraid it would be a huge PITA to deal with, but once you get into the routine, it takes no more time to deal with cloth nappies than it does disposables. My husband and I prefer the cloth even when disposable are available and would be "more convenient" (e.g., when we're traveling). These wash and wear well and will last for use by our as-yet-to-be-conceived second baby. February 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by nschroed Suprisingly happy I was hesitant about cloth diapers. Helping the environment is great, but honestly I was motivated by the enormous cost savings and the possibility that our son would be potty trained sooner... That said, I was nervous the cloth would be "too much work" and the diapers would smell or require a lot of scrubbing to keep them looking clean and unstained and didn't know what we would do when we were away from the house for a full days running errands, etc. We are 8 weeks into the process and once you get it down, its easy. Yes, putting them on is tricky at first, you do have to be diligent about changing him often so he's not too wet (but shouldn't we do that anyways) and there is an extra load of laundry to do every day, but once you're used to it, its no big deal. And using the nappy cleanser (with an occasional spraying of dreft) keeps them bright, white and unstained. We were out of town for a weekend and tried disposables since we didn't have a washing machine, and its really not that much easier than the bambino mio process. And finally, for those errand days, we discovered grovia bio liners. They stick right into the nappy covers and can be used en lieu of the nappies- yes I know its cheating, but it means we don't have to carry a full days worth of nappies in our diaper bag. One or two is fine, but any more than that is a little icky to me so we use the liners instead. Overall, I am suprisingly pleased and would recommend cloth diapers to anyone who might be considering it. October 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by erinbean I like them! We have some Mio flat diapers and some other brand that a friend handed down to us. The Mios are thicker and I always reach for them first. To be honest, I don't like the Mio covers, (I prefer GroBaby covers), but the Mio nappies and liners are a great absorbent layer. February 27, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by StatMom works like a cloth diaper should! I was motivated to write this review after reading another one that was negative about the product. 1st, cloth diapers are supposed to allow the child to 'feel' they are wet. That's how kids learn to know when it's time to be changed. The wet feeling also helps with potty learning! With respect to the diapers themselves, my kids are quite trim, so the diaper covers fit them well. The cloth diapers are quite bulky when folded properly, but my son doesn't seem to mind, and the larger size definately holds plenty--which allows us to go about every 2 hours between changes. The diapers and liners wash up well too! NO lingering smell that some reviewers have mentioned with other cloth diaper types. We had been using pampers for a year, and I love how easy it's been to switch over to these! Even my husband will change my son with a poopy cloth diaper, and says these are no more trouble than a disposable. August 25, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by kategal not what i expected i was very disappointed with this product. unfortunately, there is nothing "hybrid" about these diapers. the disposable liners are flush-able, but they don't keep the "nappy" from getting soaked, so i don't really get the line in the description about the convenience of disposables. the nappy insert doesn't quite fit into the leak-resistant covers and although it says you can use it a few different ways, there were no instructions for how to use them. also, not so leak-resistant. and very bulky. had a hard time getting clothes on around the diapers. these are pretty much run of the mill clothe diapers, which is fine, just not what is advertised. June 22, 2009
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Q:Just need to know how many nappies are included in one package? I couldn't find it specified in the product description.
A:The size 1 nappies (for babies up to 16 pounds) come in a package of 8.
The size 2 nappies (for babies up to 35 pounds) come in a package of 6.
Thanks for the catch - we were SO excited to launch this line we can't believe we forgot those important facts!
Q:What does the nappie look like?
How do you secure it onto the baby?
A:The nappies look like a cloth diaper and are 100% cotton. They have a three panel construction with 6-8 layers of cotton in the center and 4 layers on the outer panels.
Conveniently, each nappie can be folded several different ways to best fit each baby. The folded nappy is placed inside the Nappy Cover and wrapped around the baby. Plus, the cover has a Velcro fastener for easy use and snug fit. We brought this system in following much market research, and rave reviews by customers throughout Europe. We welcome your feedback!
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