Use Rumparooz Covers over fitteds, prefolds, or with a lay-in natural fiber soaker to obtain a waterproof diaper set-up. You can also lay a hemp or bamboo 6r Soaker directly in the cover and fasten to baby.
I purchased these when my older Flip covers from a previous child had finally worn out. I love that these don't have near the problems with leaking! My little one is only 3 months but so far they have been great. The only downside is that occasionally his clothes get slightly damp where the rubber decal is on the butt.
(Posted on 8/3/2017)
these are what both my girls (2 years old and 11 months) use for bedtime! they're both heavy wetters so need a lot stuffed in their covers but the double gussets keep everything in! I've never had a stain in any of my Rumparooz covers and I have at least 20. very good quality, and the material is softer than most other cloth brands
(Posted on 4/21/2017)
I have this in Phantom and Crimson. I love these! They do not absorb any liquid, so you can just wipe them if they are a little damp, especially after using overnight. The snaps are great and work well for both younger and older babies!
(Posted on 10/10/2015)
When this came in the mail I was surprised how nice the fabric feels. It definitely has the nicest texture of any of our covers, and the patterns are adorable! Our favorite covers are Flips so it's nice to have a patterned cover, though the fit is quite large for us. My baby is small, but even just compared to our other covers this is oversized. This never would have fit from newborn to about four months, but now at almost eight months it's great. We still have it on the smallest rise, but the waist has two open snaps and we tilt the tabs so the legs have four open snaps. I've seen people complain that the legs are too tight, but our diagonal snapping works perfectly. It's still quite puffy on the bum, but I think that makes it a good solution for bulky overnight diapers. So far there haven't been any leaks and the quality feels very durable. Overall I'm pleased with this cover, and actually just ordered a second. I still prefer the Flip tabs which lay flatter, but these are so cute I think it's worth it.
(Posted on 9/29/2015)
Ok, so here's the deal. I loved all the prints you could get this cover in, and I really liked the quality of the cover. The materials feel far superior to any other cover I have had...but the sizing is crazy! I have a VERY petite baby, and the leg holes are really tight while the butt is huge! It just doesn't work for well for us, and I'm disappointed because I really wanted this one to be a hit!
(Posted on 9/21/2015)
I find these covers to be very good quality and long lasting (and for the price they should be!), but they run a little small. I can't use them overnight but when I want a trim option they are great, and the elastic has stayed very tight over the years (I had some in my stash for 2+ years and bought them again to see if they were still good).
(Posted on 8/12/2015)
I was really excited when I got this diaper cover, you can tell it is made very well and will wipe easy. It was also really cute. I was disappointed though when I put it on him because it is clearly not made for chubby leg babies. This cover is great if you have a skinny baby, but I would not recommend it if they have thick legs. He can wear it now, but I think it is a bit tight on his legs. If this fit him better I would love it.
(Posted on 5/21/2015)
These are our least favorite covers to use on our toddler. I hate the belly elastic in these. It seems to bunch up and cause his prefolds to wick onto his clothes. The double gussets leave deep red marks in his legs. He's 22 lbs and 20 months old, so definitely on the skinny side. I was surprised at the fit on these.
(Posted on 4/29/2015)
I have several of these both in the newborn and OS. They feel well made and sturdy, like they will last a long time. They have the double leg gusset and the more eco-friendly TPU material instead of PUL. Even with lots of newborn breastmilk poop, they don't seem to stain (unlike the Thirsties covers). If you do covers/prefolds, these are economical in the long run. At 2 months of age, my baby is starting to outgrow the Thirsties size 1, but will be able to continue using these covers.
(Posted on 4/21/2015)