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Pocket cloth diapers are probably one of the best innovations we’ve seen in the cloth diapering world. They go on and off much like a disposable, but with velcro or snap closures. These are so easy to use, simple to wash, and quick to dry.
What you do is stuff a little pocket with however much absorbent material (called an insert or a doubler) your little one needs. So you can customize for heavy wetters, nighttime, etc.
Most are made with a waterproof outer material and a soft stay dry inner material. This inner material wicks moisture away, keeping the baby’s bum feeling dry.
Pocket diapers are a little more expensive, but they are very popular and well worth the money if you can afford it.
Pros of Pocket Diapers
- Easy to use
- Quick to dry
- Stain resistant
- Keeps baby feeling dry
- Customized absorbency
- Available in fun colors and prints
Cons of Pocket Diapers
- More expensive
- Not as convenient as an All-in-One
- Not made with all natural materials
- Have to pull the insert out before washing
- Fuzzi Bunz
- Thirsties Pocket
- $15 – $19