When type of diaper cloth do you prefer?

What type of diaper cloth do you prefer?


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TheBob

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What is your preference?
 
Terry cloth and espesially when you double up and put 2 folded together on, you cant walk so I am forced to crawl
 
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Poobear said:
Terry cloth and espesially when you double up and put 2 folded together on, you cant walk so I am forced to crawl
My go to night time nappy is a terry nappy
I was a 70’s baby so grew up in them and have memories of being changed out of them
 
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parcelboy2 said:
My go to night time nappy is a terry nappy
I was a 70’s baby so grew up in them and have memories of being changed out of them
Agree Terry are best
 
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parcelboy2 said:
My go to night time nappy is a terry nappy
I was a 70’s baby so grew up in them and have memories of being changed out of them
Agree Terry are best
Poobear said:
Agree Terry are best
My partner if we been out, puts a disposable and a Terry over with plastic pants, cause I can have a huge pee some nights and wake up sopping wet, so this holds in any leaks. but a normal night just a Terry and nappy liner with baby powder.
 
Gauze. Many years ago someone in California made gauze prefolds they sold on DPFs mail-in catalogue. They were extremely light, soft and cool. I’ve worn birdseye, cotton twill, and flannel diapers, but a good gauze prefold is my favorite.
 
I like a bamboo-gauze blend the best but also like the feeling of organic Birdseye cloth and twill.
 
Most of my diapers are gauze. At least for me they are the most comfortable and best absorbing. I've tried flannel but they don't absorb as much and are not as comfortable once I've worn them more than once.
 
Terry here, probably a UK thing as we really don't get much birdseye fabric and gauze never really took off.

I tend to go with Bamboo Terry as it is luxuriously soft and stays soft after washing, I know a lot of cloth diaper manufacturers for babies and adults also use bamboo or cotton fleece and I'd be tempted to try this but not sure how well fleece holds under compression compared with terry, it is a trimmer fabric though so dries quicker and can have more layers with the same bulk.
 
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