12 hours or more in one cloth diaper is a long time. And if your child is 6 months or older, they're putting at least 20 ounces into their cloth diaper every night. Below is a list of mom-recommended nighttime cloth diaper combinations.
Step 1: Pick a diaper
Fitteds are your best choice for nighttime diapering. Pocket, All-in-One (AIO) and All-in-Twos (AI2) should be avoided. The following diapers hold at least 20 ounces of urine.
Step 2: Pick a booster
Boosters help to "boost" the absorbency in your diaper. They can be used with both cloth and disposable diapers. Boosters made from bamboo or hemp are the most absorbent. The following boosters hold at least 10 ounces of urine.
Step 3: Pick a cover
Your choice in a diaper cover is almost as important as your choice in a diaper. Wool diaper covers are the most breathable and absorbent. Fleece is the next most absorbent but it gets pretty warm in the summer time. PUL is not as absorbent as fleece, but can be used year-round.
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