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Drybees Gone Natural Fitted
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Drybees Gone Natural Fitted Diapers
We're carrying a special selection of the Drybees Fitted Diapers as a newborn diaper. These are absolutely perfect for new babies!
Size 1 will fit approximately 5 pounds to 15 pounds, making it an excellent newborn diaper -even for very small newborns.
Size 2 will fit approximately 12 pounds to 35 pounds.
Made with a soft unbleached rayon made from bamboo/cotton/poly velour outer and soft absorbent rayon made from bamboo, cotton, and poly fleece inners, these scrumptious diapers are edged in rainbow thread.
The Drybees Gone Natural diapers now have a snap in soaker in the back and velour topped front soaker that is sewn in at the front edge. Both soakers open up in the washer and dryer for thorough cleaning and fast drying.
Contents: bamboo/cotton/polyester rayon
Made in China
Heather's Experience - We tried one of these on our son when he was born and we were instantly in love with this diaper. So incredibly soft (and it stays that way wash after wash!) and it fits so well. He was a little over 7 lbs at birth and this diaper fit beautifully. Works great with Thirsties covers and Bummis Super Brite covers. We are now stocking the small size of this diaper specifically for newborns!
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This is my absolute favorite fitted! So much squishy softness! Very movable, unlike some other name brand fitteds I have that are quite stiff. These are so gentle and I love that they are so natural and can easily be custom dyed. When I get more cash for diapers, this will be my first purchase! Well worth the money spent, I love it, can you tell?
- Launder products with hot water, 1/2 the amount of detergent, (DO NOT BLEACH) and thoroughly rinse.
- Tumble dry medium heat setting.
- We do not recommend the use of fabric softeners as they tend to block the micro-gaps in the fibers leading to reduced absorbency.