Unbleached prefolds should be washed several time before use. The more they are washed the more absorbant they will become. On average, depending on your individual water hardness, they should be washed a minimum of 3 to 5 times. Because they are unbleached these prefolds have a natural tan color to them. They will hold up longer than traditional bleached prefolds since the fibers have not been broken down by any chemicals.
OsoCozy Unbleached Prefolds
All Together Diaper Company
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These prefolds work as well as any other I've used and seem like a good price. My baby is 12 lbs now and is starting to get a little big for them. They are very absorbent and easy to put into the diaper cover.
(Posted on 7/9/2017)
These are a great option for those hoping to cloth diaper and not get sucked into a money pit of collecting prints (raises hand). We do have a lot of prefolds, too, and these are great. They're absorbent, and they don't require pins or snaps. Just buy some shells, fold the prefold a couple of times lengthwise, and voila! Super cheap and effective diapers.
(Posted on 6/14/2016)
I honestly thought these were the worst prefolds I have ever used. I much prefer another brand not on this website. While being cost effective and budget friendly draw a lot of attention to these...I just did not like them at all. Absorbency was lack-luster compared to my other prefolds.
(Posted on 3/16/2016)
We have been using these prefolds for 21 months and will begin using them on our second baby shortly. Size 1 got us to about 5 months of age with a chunky baby and we have been in size 2 since then. These diapers are a workhorse. When other hybrids and AIOs leak, these prefolds do the job. We use a size 1 paired with a size 2 for overnights and have never had a leak. Our size 2s are starting to show their wear but after over a year of continuous use, I can't blame them!
(Posted on 2/2/2016)
These prefolds came in very handy during the first few months of my son's life even though I did not end up using them for cloth diapering. They were great burp cloths and also worked as very well as "waterproof" pads. I placed them under my newborn son's diapered bottom (on the bed, swing, bouncy seat, etc.) in order to catch any leaks or blowouts.
(Posted on 1/18/2016)
I used these along with a thirsties duo cover from the day I brought my son home from the hospital. They are so easy and very absorbent. If you do the jelly roll they will contain everything. Now that he's older I can use them as a booster in my pockets or just padfold and use with a cover. Highly recommend these!
(Posted on 12/15/2015)
I've been using these in a trifold with thirsties covers and on TOP of newborn size pocket diapers (too lazy to stuff!) and have been very happy with the absorbency these provide for my newborn. On rainy days I've tried drying these in the dryer and I find they take forever! line drying has worked much better for me and has helped keep my Prefolds stain free. I intend on using these as extra overnight inserts as my child grows.
(Posted on 9/7/2015)
Prefolds are the perfect diaper for newborns in my opinion. The cotton absorbs newborn poop (unlike fleece/microfiber/suede cloth in my experience). They can be folded a million different ways, and used with tons of different closures--or just pad folded in a cover! I use prefolds and flats pretty much exclusively with a variety of covers, and these are some of my favorite prefolds because of the absorbency!
(Posted on 8/15/2015)
Started CDing our son at 3 days old (8lbs 3oz) we have the newborn size & we have to trifold them into the cover, unfortunately that leaves us with having to wash the cover with each change. We have, however made use of them, when they're not being used as a diaper, they are great burp cloths!
(Posted on 7/5/2015)
We use these in Thirsties Duo Wrap covers, infant premium for size 1 and premium for size 2 . They are bulky and sometimes difficult to fit when the covers are adjusted to a small rise. The fit gets better as your baby grows. If you're willing to fiddle with the fit and don't mind the bulk they are a great product. The more expensive Thirsties Duo inserts or GroVia Prefolds hold more for overnight, so I prefer to use these during the today. Bottom line: excellent everyday prefold for the price!
(Posted on 5/23/2015)
We use both the standard Premium size and the Premium Better Fit prefolds for our toddler and I prefer the Better Fit for this stage. For the record he's 20 months old, 22 lbs and about 34". The standard premium size are just way too big and bulky to be trifolded under a cover. We use the newspaper fold with the standard prefolds and trifold the better fits. We normally use them under a flip cover on the 2nd rise.
(Posted on 4/19/2015)
I can't speak for the absorbency of these prefolds yet as my second son has not yet been born, but I can say they're just as soft as the Osocozy Premiums that I use for our toddler. They wash up and dry quickly, and they fold trimly under a cover. These are my favorite cotton prefolds.
(Posted on 4/19/2015)
I received these as part of my trial pack and I ordered thinking that I could just use these as burpcloths since I really wasn't interested in using them as diapers. Well, I was wrong. These prefolds wash well, are affordable, and are very absorbent.
(Posted on 4/7/2015)
We had been using microfiber pockets and AIOs with our son, but when we found out we were expecting again and would have two in diapers, I wanted to find a cheaper route. I decided to order some of these prefolds to try with my first, and we have been loving them. They are super soft once prepped, and very absorbent. My son would often get a rash from the microsuede lining on BG diapers, now we use covers and prefolds. No more rash. Even without having a stay dry liner, seriously. Also- no more stink issues. I went through so many trial and error situations with detergents and wash routines to get our synthetic fibers to stop stinking. No issues with these cotton prefolds!
(Posted on 4/2/2015)
These are such a great value when paired with a thirsties cover. Soft and absorbent, easy to wash and dry and we've never had a stink issue. They are my favorite for newborns. We even buy extras to use for cleaning up messes.
(Posted on 3/4/2015)
For extremely heavy wetter, I'll wrap this around an FST and be good for the entire night. Prefolds and flats are the cheapest and they're really easy. Thos brand is really absorbent and feel great against baby's soft skin. Overall great buy
(Posted on 2/3/2015)