Yep, we've been there.
They mess up your baby's sleep and yours. Beyond the tired eyes, they're a pain for your little one too. As a mom to four kiddos, I know that sinking feeling when you find your baby in a wet crib.
When my first LO (little one) started sleeping through the night, I was over the moon. But then, those leaks began. Every 👏 Single 👏 Night 👏! No diaper - cloth or disposable - seemed to do the trick. I was tired, frustrated, and honestly, feeling like I was failing as a mom. It hurt knowing my little guy was lying in wet sheets while I caught some Zs. So, I rolled up my sleeves, fired up my sewing machine, and got to work. I was on a mission to make the most comfortable, most absorbent, most bullet-proof, nighttime diaper.
Life as a parent is full of surprises (and not just the ones in diapers!).
But with Pooters, nighttime leaks are history.
Whether you're deep in the cloth diapering game, trying it out, or just trying to get through the night, Pooters has got your back. We’re here for your baby’s cozy nights and your peace of mind.
At Pooters, we BELIEVE every baby deserves a good night's sleep, and so do their parents. To make that possible...
1. Diapers Should be Reliable.
Pooters diapers give you outrageous leak protection, absorbing up to 31 ounces. No leaks guaranteed... or your money back with our 30-day Happiness Guarantee.
2. Diapers Should be Safe.
All Pooters diapers are crafted with natural hemp and organic cotton and latex-free elastic. No chemicals. No coatings. Sustainably sourced. Exceptionally comfortable.
3. Diapers Should be Durable.
All Pooters diapers are made with high quality elastic and snaps so they last through thousands of washes. You can also stand confident in our 6-month warranty on diapers and our Lifetime warranty on our diaper covers.
Where are Pooters diapers made?
Here’s a long answer to a short question. I hope it helps.
I designed all Pooters diapers in our home in Texas, and have them made in partnership with a trusted manufacturer in the Shandong province of China, where we've been sourcing quality hemp and hemp/cotton blended fabric for over 14 years. When I founded my business in 2009 as a SAHM (stay-at-home mom), U.S. restrictions made it challenging to source hemp fabric domestically. I've explored multiple times the possibility of manufacturing in the U.S., particularly in Texas, but the costs were significantly higher. My goal has always been to offer a high-quality, affordable cloth diaper for parents on a budget. I'm committed to maintaining this balance of quality and affordability for our customers.
Thanks for supporting our small business 😊.