Yesterday, I put up a list for the best and worst cloth diapers for poo. However, it got a little long, so I decided to split it into three parts before it became one huge tl;dr. (Too long; didn’t read.) Here’s the second parts!
Blueberry cloth diapers are another wonderful, all around cloth diaper. I love the beautiful prints, the angled snaps and the fact that I can stuff them to make them a fantastic overnight cloth diapering solution for Norton. They won’t necessarily contain the scariest poops ever, but they are remarkably easy to clean, much like FuzziBunz and BumGenius.
Bummis prefolds and covers
Cleaning from the prefold is no problem, depending on the fold. You just pick it up and spray. Cleaning the covers? Meh. It’s got that same “be careful or the water will seriously bounce back at you” issue that I find to be common with the majority of covers out there.
TotsBots Easy Fit
This is just an “okay” diaper for poop. It catches okay, and it rinses okay. The only worry is that I have to be careful which end I hold the diaper to spray so that the all-in-one tongue doesn’t fall out. For Norton, this is not an issue, but since Eudora poops up the back, there are times that poo actually gets in the little space above the pocket. Gross. Still a great diaper that has its advantages!
Now we’re starting to get into the “please don’t poop in these cloth diapers!” collection. I love my BumGenius Freetime diapers. They’re effective. They’re easy to use. They hold poop as well as the BumGenius 4.0. But I hate cleaning them. They’re an all-in-one diaper and the flaps kind of… well, flap when I try to clean one. I seem to end up with either the poop oozing under the flaps or the wrong flap on top for poop purposes.
Stay tuned for the rest of the list tomorrow! Which cloth diapers do you find to be the most poop friendly?