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Thirsties Duo All in One Cloth Diaper Review

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I love getting new fluff in the mail! The Thirsties All-In-One Duo diaper arrived on my doorstep yesterday. Trying out a new AIO is always interesting, so I wanted to see what made this diaper different from others I’d tried in the past.

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Here are the facts-

  • Made in the USA!
  • Two-sized diaper system. Size 1 fits babies 6-18 lbs. and size 2 fits babies and toddlers 18-40 lbs.
  • Snap-down rise helps you get the exact fit for your baby
  • Aplix or snap closures
  • PUL outer
  • Soft micro fleece inner
  • Soaker is sewn into the inner and attached on the sides, this creates a tunnel effect allowing space to add more soakers.

I added another microfiber insert because I know B is a heavy wetter. The inside of the diaper is really soft, and B smiled when I popped it on. He loves a fluffy bum! I love the sweet periwinkle blue of this diaper, it’s really a beautiful color.

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One complaint I often hear about pocket diapers is how cumbersome the stuffing process is. For some reason stuffing a diaper with the inserts becomes a dreaded chore and either the person stops using pockets all together, or they put off stuffing the diapers until it is time to change out the diaper.

PUL can be sort of “sticky” on the inside and it can make it hard to slide your hand in. This Thirsties AIO Duo has a “pocket” for stuffing doublers. In between the sewn in soaker and the PUL there is another layer of inner, this keeps your hand from sticking on that part of the PUL during the stuffing process. Because of the extra layer, inserting a bamboo double was such an easy process. I also liked the opening at the front and the back to help the doubler lay straight.

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I was surprised about how high the rise is in the back of this diaper. Among the highest I’ve seen yet. I think that’s great because as the child grows it will still provide good coverage.

The diaper took a little longer to dry after washing. To speed up the drying time I found it helps to turn the AIO diapers inside out, just a little tip. Also, if you get aplix- use the laundry tabs!

Overall this is a swell diaper, and I’d recommend it to those looking to try a pocket but want the AIO benefit of less stuffing!

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The Thirsties Duo All in One Cloth Diaper can be purchased for $15.75 at Kissed by the Moon

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Chantal

Chantal is a mom to a 4 year old boy, 2 year old girl and a new little one born in 2014. She lives in Maine, where she enjoys photography, writing, and traveling.

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