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Created to use the pros of all the different cloth diapering systems and eliminate the cons.

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Created to use the pros of all the different cloth diapering systems and eliminate the cons. The Best Bottom cloth diaper system is trim fitting, highly absorbent and not overwhelming. Just adjust the snaps on the shell to fit your baby, snap an insert into the diaper, put the diaper on your baby and go. Best Bottoms are easy to use and easy to clean. Simply lay the shell flat and snap in insert into place. When it's time for a change just unsnap the insert and wipe the shell clean. Three sizes of inserts are available in stay dry and organic cotton/hemp.

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  • Made in USA
  • One size (8-35 pound) with front snaps to customize for the perfect fit
  • Features durable snaps and a double layer of PUL (waterproof material)
  • Save money and reduce waste
  • Machine wash warm, tumble dry low or hang to dry; No bleach, additives or softeners
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Color Options

Blue Moon, Camo, Chunky Monkey, Mint Chocolate Chip, Spearmint, Vanilla, Watermelon, Wild Berry, Blue Giraffe, Cookie Monster, Cookies 'n Cream, Double Chocolate, Dragonfly Ripple, Fox Trot, Foxy Frolic, Green Giraffe, Hedgehog, Hoot, Huckleberry Cobbler, Key Lime Pie, Lace, Moolicious, Orange Sherbet, Pink Giraffe, Plum Pie, Strawberry Shortcake, Very Cherry
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • I noticed the snap for the insert is right in the middle of the diaper. Have any of you noticed discomfort when your baby is sleeping on his/her back

    It doesn't seen to cause any discomfort. I've used it for almost a year with no troubles.

  • How do these work for a newborn? Too big?

    I think it really depends on the size of your newborn. mine were five and six pounds at birth, and i would say these were a little loose around the legs, but, as previous poster commented, w/ a prefold underneath, this would be fine. i will say, though, that as my kids get older, this diaper seems more suitable for a trifolded prefold and not a snappied prefold or a fitted. it is very trim in the waist/hip area as opposed to like a thirsties or a rumparooz cover. also, i would say tha tif you use prefolds, you don't really need to buy a bunch of inserts for these. infant size prefolds folded in threes work fine! congrats on your new little one!

  • Do these come with inserts? (I have zillions and only need the shell)

    It's just the cover.

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