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Thread: cloth diapers vs diaposable

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    soo i never used a cloth diaper and have only used diaposable but (mostly for less pollution and its easyer on my budget) i want to tr cloth but how different are they from disposable do they feel different? does the liner sag? does it still have the same feeling?

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    It really depends on what you expect from the diaper, babysnow. I use Dependeco All in One diapers with a booster pad at night. They have many designs on the outside of the diaper which is what I like and if you aren't a heavy wetter, you can get good mileage out of 5-7 diapers and 2-3 booster pads.

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    the one i was looking at was a 24 layer 12 layer at crotch diaper http://www.fancypantsdiapers.shoppin...61/4289128.htm
    soo idk what to expect other then waddleing around

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    It kinda feels like a cross between an accident in undies, and a disposable. Depending on the fabric, they can feel similar to sposies, but not exactly the same. PUL makes a different sound than sposie plastic. Im gonna have a nonwaterproof fabric sewn into the outside so there's no crinkle or rustle at all.

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    I have a fleece AIO from Dependeco. It was my first and so far my only cloth diaper. boobybird89 makes a good point that the cloth diapers have nicer designs and prints and you can "customize" what you want by buying the designs you like, rather than having to choose from 3 different designs across 3 different disposable manufacturers. It isn't the same feeling by a long shot compared to disposables. They sag a little, but they don't get as heavy as a disposable in my opinion. They don't swell either. It wicks the moisture away so fast that its hard to tell that you've even wet. But they do feel much softer than a disposable - or at least any of the ones I've tried. I'd agree with SpazpieSweeTot regarding the feel, but I'd add that it feels like a soft towel wrapped between your legs. They are truly a fun experience and I would highly suggest getting at least one or two pairs to have for when you are in the "cloth mood"
    Just be sure to get a booster or two - they really help!

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    ok i kinda dont like the idea of it feeling like undies so i hope i can find one that feels more like a diaper do you know of any

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    I don't go without a booster, though I know the diaper alone is very absorbent. They are very soft, much softer than disposables its like paradise.

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    does anyone know anything about that cloth diaper i posted the link to is it good i know its very thick http://www.fancypantsdiapers.shoppin...61/4289128.htm

    but is it soft and does wetting it feel like wetting a diaper

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    I use both cloth and disposable. In a I actually feel more babyish in a nice cloth pre-fold, pinned on and plastic pants covering it. They are very thick and poofy and they feel a lot softer on my skin. I also have the Dependeco AIOs as well which ate great for going anywhere, but they aren't as absorbent. (I'm a heavy wetter) the downside to cloth can be the bulkyness. I don't have too much of an issue with the Dependecos and even wear them out and about sometimes, but the cloth prefolds are to bulky to wear under normal pants. Over both cloth and disposables feel diaperish to since they are both indeed diapers, but they both gave there own distinct feel and utility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddedwolf View Post
    I use both cloth and disposable. In a I actually feel more babyish in a nice cloth pre-fold, pinned on and plastic pants covering it. They are very thick and poofy and they feel a lot softer on my skin. I also have the Dependeco AIOs as well which ate great for going anywhere, but they aren't as absorbent. (I'm a heavy wetter) the downside to cloth can be the bulkyness. I don't have too much of an issue with the Dependecos and even wear them out and about sometimes, but the cloth prefolds are to bulky to wear under normal pants. Over both cloth and disposables feel diaperish to since they are both indeed diapers, but they both gave there own distinct feel and utility.
    so what would you say is worth getting for a cloth diaper for everyday use (for when i run out of diaposables or just feel like it)

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