Do you have a baby who you chose to cloth diaper over using a store brand diaper? If so, then Cutey Baby is the shop for your everyday cloth diapering needs.
Review of the washable all in one diapers I received:
I found out about the company Cutey Baby not too long ago and with having quite a few friends who cloth diaper, I thought I would get them a few for review and have them help me out. I plan on cloth diapering our next baby, so I am keeping a few for myself for future use of course. The cloth diapers that I received are the Cutey Baby One-size Washable Diaper which can be found on Amazon, as well as their website. They come in 6 different colors and designs which is what I received was one of each, which did include the liners inside of them already which is awesome to have when it comes to cloth diapers. If you have a baby who tends to leak at night, this is the diaper for you as they're very good at holding in a good amount of wetness in the liners. No mom wants to be constantly worrying about what is the cause of the leaking, when you can change the type of diaper you're using and see which one is the best fit for your baby, right? These diapers are the first size-adjustable Cutey Baby diaper on the market!
These are absolutely adorable designs that they come in as you can see in the photo above this review, as well as below. The price of one diaper is $24.99 + $5 shipping. Right now, there is a 2 for the price of 1 coupon that can be used on Amazon with the purchase of 2 or more qualifying items. Simply enter the code BOGOAIOJ at checkout! Restrictions do apply.
Here's the purple cheetah design:
Here's the boy stripe design:
Here's the Kelly green design:
Here's the Orchid pink design:
Here's the Sock monkey design:
Here's the Yellow lady bugs design:
The designs to choose from are:
- Purple cheetah
- Boy stripe
- Kelly Green
- Orchid pink
- Sock monkey
- Yellow ladybugs
Review of the liner rolls I received:
I received 4 liner rolls that each have 100 count of 5" x 12" tear off liners inside of the pack. There are 600 total in the stash that I received and come in very good use for having cloth diapers, as all you have to do is take the dirty or wet one out of the diaper and insert a new one, and place the diaper back on the baby. When a messy diaper occurs, all you need to do is shake the liner and put the solids into the toilet, and toss the liner into a waste basket to be washed or straight into the washing machine if you choose. With the softness of these liners, you will likely not have much of a problem at all with a diaper rash if any, as they're not rough to the touch like some liners can be.