Looking for a really simple yet effective cloth diaper? Thirsties Stay Dry Duo Insert is for you! Start with a Thirsties Duo Wrap. Take two layers of our fast absorbing microfiber terry, top it with our stay-dry and stain-resistant microfleece-and snap it together with 5 layers of our buttery soft hemp jersey. The result!?! A simple recipe for an easy to use and economical stay dry system that keeps your baby free of diaper rash and embarrassing leaks. Thirsties Stay Dry Duo Insert offers a comfortable, trim fit and phenomenal absorbency that will not let you down.
Stay Dry Duo Insert
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I’m new to AI2s but so far I’ve really liked the duo insert for my newborn. I’ve used this insert on him from 6 weeks-8 weeks and really like the size for where he’s at now. Very absorbent and trim at the same time. It does take forever to dry and has stained but this comes out when dried in the sun. Very soft at first but I’m worried that this benefit will fade as it has with the AIO Thirsties. Overall, pretty happy and will likely but more.
(Posted on 11/6/2017)
I bought a couple of these to use with the duo wrap system but love that they can also be used as extra absorbency in other diapers. So far, they have washed up well for me and I have enjoyed using these. I would have no problems buying more in the future!
(Posted on 10/5/2017)
These are pretty small inserts, they don't hold very much at all think of them as half the size of a prefold. Super trim, but you'll be changing your baby more often because of its size.
(Posted on 5/11/2017)
We started using these in Size 1 when my little girl was around 8.5 lbs and they have worked beautifully. Previously we were using Pampers Swaddlers Newborn and this was our first time using cloth diapers. These keep her comfortable for 3-4 hours during the day and 4-5 hours at night (or at least she won't wake up/ wake me up if she just pees) and I have had no issues with diaper rash. I love the fact that if I just undo one snap and throw them in the wash they stay partially together and still get clean. Breast milk poos will leave some yellow discoloration on the fleece layer, but that comes out after a few washes. When she has a major pooping session, it will get on the Thirsties outer shell as well, but if it is a small poop, then I just need to change this liner out and we are good to go. As a first time cloth diaper user, I am very satisfied with them!
(Posted on 10/18/2016)
Good, absorbent insert. The only thing I don't love is when I have to take the two parts apart after a bf poop explosion before putting it in the pail. But it works great with the duo wrap cover, very easy to put in and I've never had any leaks.
(Posted on 11/22/2015)
I really like the hemp half of these, but the fleece half tends to wear out quickly. I'm still using the hemp half inside pocket diapers, but the top half of all of the ones I had, I have thrown out. I thought the price was OK since it was a two-piece insert, but the top half does not work on it's own as an insert (the hemp half does, as a trim insert or doubler) so it's really just 1 insert that comes apart for $7. Too pricey in my opinion!
(Posted on 8/28/2015)
I think these inserts are great. Yes, they're thick and a bit bulky but they work perfect inside of a GroVia shell, Best Bottoms cover, or even in a pocket diaper. I like how narrow they are because they fit well inside some of my more narrow pocket diapers and make for a nice fit.
(Posted on 7/9/2015)
We purchased half of our inserts as prefolds and half as duos. The prefolds are easier for us to assemble (no matching or finding pairs). Stay dry worked for our baby the first two months she used them and are nice and slim, but she often soaked these through after 2 months old. It is recommended to line dry but do to our working situation we had to use a dryer. The stay dry has no fraying. The prefolds has some slight fraying. diapers every day. One issue with the Stay Dry is that the hemp side does shrink a little smaller than the cotton side. If we had to do it again, we would have done all prefolds. After 15 months, we are having to strip the diapers more often now.
(Posted on 6/21/2015)
One of our favorites because it's so easy to put into the Thirsties Duo Wrap. Nice, slim fit with soft microfiber to keep moisture away from the skin. Holds a lot. My baby needed an additional doubler once she reached the larger end of the weight scale (i.e. 15lbs for size 1), so don't be surprised if you eventually need an extra layer for overnight or long naps.
(Posted on 5/23/2015)
We use these for our pockets at night and they hold up for 12+ hours with no leaks. They are easy to wash and because there are two inserts that snap together they are fast to dry!
(Posted on 3/2/2015)
I love love love these inserts! The microfiber absorbs fast while the hemp holds tons! We have been using these for over a week now at night and my little one goes 12 hours with no leaks! I am in the process to replacing all my microfiber in our 4.0 to these!! I just cant say enough how awesome these are!!
(Posted on 2/25/2015)
I recently bought 5 of these as I'm in the process of switching out all of our microfiber in our 4.0s. I like the fact that they have a microfiber layer for fast absorption along with the hemp for maximum absorption. I did notice that they take longer to dry than my other inserts. But all in all they seem to be a great insert just a little pricey.
(Posted on 2/20/2015)
These are great! Really like that they snap together so it is easier to put on a wiggly baby! Only thing I wish is that they were a little longer. This size is fine when they are smaller, but after 20 lbs, it doesn't cover enough. I usually have to add another insert!
(Posted on 3/10/2014)
We are first timers to CD and bought a variety of inserts to see which ones we liked best. These inserts are absorbent, and I do like that these inserts come in two parts which makes it faster to dry but don't think I'd get more just because we've found other inserts (Flip) which do the same but at a cheaper price.
(Posted on 4/19/2013)