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    Default Where to find cloth diapers that don't require pins?

    Can anyone direct me to a cloth diaper that doesn't require safety pins?

    Thanks! ^__^

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    I've never tried cloth but really want to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WearingClouds View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a cloth diaper that doesn't require safety pins?

    Thanks! ^__^

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    I've never tried cloth but really want to!
    I use the snap ones from Rezrz.ca. they are awesome! I heard they are also for sale in the US but have not located them yet. They work great for side sleeping. It is great to wet on my side and not have to worry. Of course good plastic pants go with them. I use Alpha pants from Rearz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WearingClouds View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a cloth diaper that doesn't require safety pins?

    Thanks! ^__^

    I've never tried cloth but really want to!
    Here's another way to go for cloth without pins: http://www.fetware.com/velcro-closur...aper-p-34.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by WearingClouds View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a cloth diaper that doesn't require safety pins?

    Thanks! ^__^

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    I've never tried cloth but really want to!
    http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/c...ory=6&page=all

    These are AIO (all in one) diapers that fasten using four Velcro tabs not unlike those on a disposable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WearingClouds View Post
    Can anyone direct me to a cloth diaper that doesn't require safety pins?
    http://baby-pants.com/training_Pants.php

    They size slightly small. Elastic is excellent, material is very good. Go for the "my first training pants" thickness. I got the flat white personally.

    You'd better think about plastic pants too. All-cloth diapers aren't waterproof on the outside and will contact-leak almost immediately without some sort of waterproof cover.

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    Take a look at the thread in this forum entitled "Snappies or Boongo". The Snappie may be too small, even in the size 2, but the boingo may well work for you. I have yet to find them in a store, so it well may be you will need to order them online. Check out both sizes of Snappies and Boingos to see what will work for you. just google Snappies or Boingos for sites that sell them.

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    Why not pins, may I ask? If you'll be using your diapers it's good to note that they'll get heavy and want to sag. I've not found a better way to secure a prefold or contour diaper than diaper pins. You have to put them on tightly.

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    Babykins Velcro ones too.

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    But Velcro wears out and cant get to tight snug .
    Do you have a pin problem i use blanket pins.

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    I have Dependeco AIO's that are almost 2 years old and the Velcro tabs are still in excellent shape.
    They still hold real well and I don't have to keep readjusting them.

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    I also will say that Snappi Fasteners and Boingo Fasteners are great alternatives for pins.

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