diaper company feedbacks and reputations

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poobrat

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hi ya'all I was wondering which cloth diaper supplier to buy from?does any one have any advice on baby-pants.com?
 

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I think you will get a number of different answers. I get my cloth diapers from All Together Enterprises which is All Together Diapers. I like the gauze night weight pre-folds.
 

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I haven't bought diapers from Baby Pants, but have had very good service when I bought plastic pants from them.

I got an exceptional deal on 18 large-size diapers from Rearz ( www.rearz.ca ), a Canadian company, through a special offer on Ebay. Eighteen diapers cost about $250 on that offer, and I snapped them up as fast as I could. I don't expect to buy cloth diapers for at least 10 years, and I wear them 24/7 as long as I'm at home (not out-of-town) for a few days when I'm at work. They're cotton twill fabric, a strong weave that doesn't seem to "pill" with washing and drying. Pilling occurs when fibers shed from the fabric inside the layers of a diaper and form into balls which can be uncomfortable. Excellent customer service, too!

I've gotten diapers from www.Adultclothdiaper.com (ACD) as well, and have had good service from them also. I bought gauze diapers from ACD, very soft and comfortable, but they did tend to pill before the diaper wore out. The gauze seemed to have a much shorter useful life as well. I didn't try their birdseye fabric diapers.

Kins (AKA Babykins) ( www.babykins.com) sells flannel diapers in a variety of styles, colors, and prints. I've used their flat prefold diapers which were very soft and comfortable for a while, but eventually became less comfortable as they'd been washed and the nap (fuzzy surface) wore off. They also had a tendency to pill after a while. However, they always sent me very nice baby print flannels and their customer service is exceptional.


Thus, if I buy more cloth diapers, I'm almost certain I'll get them from Rearz in Canada. They're comfortable and the large size is a great fit for me.

One more suggestion is to buy Gerber Toddler-size birdseye diapers (about $12-$14 for a package of 10) to use a stuffers inside the adult-size diaper, to increase the absorbency and extend the time a diaper can be worn without leaking. Gerbers last a long time, and one can add more or fewer as desired to change the total absorbency. They're a significant savings compared to purchasing adult-specific boosters.

I hope this helps you a bit. Feel free to send me a message if I can provide any more information. My best to all,

Binkey (Diapered 24/7 for 25+ years) :paci:
 
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hi,just to update here.i choose to go with www.baby-pants.com bought 6 diapers &2 sets of diaper pins,more when they arrive,and I cah use them
 

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I use Changing Times Diaper Co. for my twill prefolds and contour diapers. Also get my Boingos and Dritz baby pins from there.
I find the Drtiz baby pins work better than the adult baby pins. They're sharper and made from stainless steel. Robert also handles
plastic pants by Gary as well as others. www.changingtimesdiaperco.com
 
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