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The Top 6 Best Overnight Cloth Diapers for Heavy Wetters and Tummy Sleepers

December 03, 2018

Are you tired of your little one waking up in the middle of the night from a wet diaper? Has changing and washing crib sheets become a daily routine? Here's a quick roundup (with links) of the 6 most absorbent overnight cloth diapers on the market that are sure to prevent nighttime leaks for your little heavy wetter or tummy sleeper.


#1 Kissing Blake Bullet Proof Night Diapers

  • Absorbs 30 ounces
  • Material: Minky, Bamboo Fleece, Hemp Cotton, Windpro Fleece
  • Cost: $44
  • Buy it here

#2 - Pooters Overnight Plus

#3 Sustainablebabyish

#4 Truly Charis Heavy Wetter Fitted

  • Absorbs 36 ounces
  • Material: Hemp / Cotton
  • Out of Stock

#5 Twinkie Tush Night-Nights

  • Absorbs 37 ounces
  • Material: Windpro fleece, Bamboo, Cotton
  • Cost: $44
  • Buy it here

#6 Humbird Supernova Overnight Diapers

  • Absorbs 40 ounces
  • Material: Bamboo, Cotton
  • Cost: $58.50
  • Buy it here


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