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We are strictly cloth users, but used these in newborn size for our prem bub when he didn't yet fit into our clothies. One of the great things about them is the price and aVAILABILITY...they're under $11 for newborn size if bought at a popular supermarket that starts with C, but the cost climbs to $32 for the other sizes.
These nappies are super soft, fit well, contain all leaks, are not bulky, in fact, they are just like any other disposable but without the chemicals. They are reputed to compost well, but we didn't get to try this as we were moving house.
The grip-tabs stick well, though only to the purpose-built strip along the top of the nappy, not all over the nappy like on popular non-eco nappies.
These are excellent value for money, a great compromise to cloth, and a billion times better than chemical-laden disposables.
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