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Kushies Reusable Ultra-lite Diaper for Toddlers, Colors May Vary

$17.49
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  • The never-ending debate in the cloth diapering world – velcro or snaps. I think hook and loop (aka velcro) gets a bad reputation a lot of the times. For sure they are the easiest for newbies to use since they’re so similar to disposable diapers. The biggest complaint is that velcro gets fuzzy and loses it’s grip after many washes. Here’s a tip to extend the life of the velcro straps on your Kushies diapers.

    In this video I show you what Kushies Cloth Diapers look like, and what I think of them. They are not my favorite diaper, but we use them at home, for pee, and have no probs no leaks. They don't fit great on my 13 lb daughter, and leak poo every time. Don't like the fit of them, though they are suppose to be for babies 10-22 pounds.

  • The never-ending debate in the cloth diapering world – velcro or snaps. I think hook and loop (aka velcro) gets a bad reputation a lot of the times. For sure they are the easiest for newbies to use since they’re so similar to disposable diapers. The biggest complaint is that velcro gets fuzzy and loses it’s grip after many washes. Here’s a tip to extend the life of the velcro straps on your Kushies diapers.


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    5 NEW Kushies ultra diapers in gender neutral prints plus 10 NEW contoured doublers. These have all been washed twice to prep them but none have been used. These were purchased as seconds so the diapers have some cosmetic flaws that don't affect the performance of the diapers. There is some discoloration on the diaper outers (a faint orangish discoloration mostly along the back waist of the diapers). I tried to show it in a picture below but not sure how good the picture is. The inners are not affected by the discoloration. The doublers are also seconds so a couple of them have some marks on them (one has a small blue mark and one has a yellow stain, the rest appear to be stain-free). Asking $35ppd for the lot.

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Overall I think Kushies diapers get a bum (pun totally intended) wrap in the cloth diaper world. I have had several of these in my diaper rotation since my son was born over a year ago and they have held up to washing and drying wonderfully. I can't say that I have never had a leak when using them, but I can say that it happens rarely and they are great, cost effective way to have some extra diapers on hand for wash day or for someone who is just starting out and does not have the funds to get a large amount of the more expensive diapers. The only real down side I have seen to these diapers is that they get very crunchy and stiff if you only line dry them, but to save on energy I always line dry them first and then give them a quick tumble in the dryer and they are soft and ready to go again. Also, Kushies has EXCELLENT customer service, when I had an issue with one of my diaper covers they quickly shipped me a new one to replace the faulty one and did not ask me to pay shipping or send them the faulty cover first! They where so nice, quick and professional!