Moraki Diaper review & All in One cloth diapers explained

*Disclosure:  I received compensation in exchange for this post.  All opinions are 100% my own.*

 

All in One Cloth Diapers may be the easiest style of cloth diapers to use, whether as a parent, child care, grandparents or even dads.  There are pros and cons no matter what style you use, and today, we are going to talk about All in One diapers, using my Moraki One Size All in One cloth diaper.

Moraki Cloth Diaper

Pros:

~No stuffing

~All one piece, no lost inserts

~Easy to use

Cons:

~Longer dry times

~More expensive

~Can’t always adjust absorbency {in the Moraki example, you can add absorbency}

To use an all in one cloth diaper, just lay diaper down, place baby on diaper, fasten diaper around baby.  Tada!  Easy as can be.  Check out the Moraki cloth diaper below.

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The Moraki One Size All in One cloth diaper features a double row of 10 snaps across the front for adjusting to babies waist size.  There are 4 different rise settings to fit from 7-40+ pounds.  The wings have 3 snaps, preventing wing droop.

 

Moraki Cloth DiaperThe diaper is made from waterproof PUL on the outside, and a layer of hemp and organic cotton mix.  The insert is a double layer, sewn in at one end and made up of 4 layers of absorbent hemp and organic cotton.  Because the insert is sewn in only on one end, this allows for faster dryer times, as well as the ability to adjust for more absorbency where you need it, front for boys, middle for girls.

Moraki Cloth Diaper

MorakiMorakiAnother unique feature of this diaper is the envelope opening that allows you to add absorbency when needed, like for long car rides, naps, or overnight.

 

The tummy panel in the front helps to prevent wicking that can occur when the insert peeks out the front.  With comfortable waist and leg elastic, you can get a snug fit and keep baby comfortable and covered while moving around.

 

The Moraki All In One One Size diaper comes in two styles, the organic or the stay dry.  We have the organic diaper.  I love using natural fibers on my children, but after a lot of washes, the fabric does lose some of its softness.

 

Buy it:  You can pick up your Moraki diapers today. Available in all in one, or all in two options.   I really love the Hippie print.  Which one is your favorite?

 

*Disclosure:  I was compensated for this post.  However, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.*

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