Seasonal Basics Pocket Cloth Diaper with Athletic Wicking Jersey Version 2.0

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Easy to Use

Pocket style reusable cloth diapers are great because they are the most similar to a mainstream disposable diaper.

This makes pocket diapers especially easy for caregivers to use when you need an extra set of hands.

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Birth to Potty Training

The Kinder Pocket Cloth Diaper is designed to fit most babies from birth to potty training with an estimated weight range of 7 to 60 pounds.

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Customized Absorbency

Pair any absorbency style with our one size pocket diaper. Pick the absorbency style that works best for your little one.

Generous Back Elastic

Stop leaks in their tracks with a generous wide back elastic, designed for function and comfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Do Kinder Diapers Come with Inserts?

All of our covers and pockets are sold without inserts. This allows our customers to choose the style of absorbency they prefer. Some families prefer to use different styles of absorbency like flats and prefolds. 

When in stock, our bamboo or hemp cotton inserts can be added to any order.  

Providing our covers and pockets without inserts allows us to be able to offer our diapers at a lower price point, making them accessible to more families. 

What Size Range Do Our Modern Cloth Diapers Fit?

Our pocket diapers are estimated to fit most babies between 7 and 60 pounds. Featuring a generous fit and 3 by 5 rise snap settings, our diapers are made to grow and adapt with your baby. 

Our cover diapers have a size range of 8-40lbs. 

How to Prep Cloth Diapers

Our modern cloth diaper shells need only be washed once before wear.

Kinder cloth diaper natural fiber diaper inserts may be washed up to three times before use to improve absorbency. However, this is not necessary. Diapers will continue to become more absorbent after several washes and wears.

How to Wash Reusable Cloth Diapers

Washing cloth diapers can be really simple!

This simple flow can be used to build most any cloth diaper wash routine.

1. Remove solids into the toilet. This can done with a diaper sprayer toilet attachment, by physically shaking the diaper or by dunking the diaper in the toilet and "swishing" it around to remove the solids.
2. Store dirty diapers in a pail or bag until wash day.
3. Perform a prewash in your machine. We like to run my prewash with line 1 of Tide powder detergent and a normal, heavy cycle with warm water.
4. Perform a main wash. We tend to run a heavy duty cycle with an extra rinse. For this cycle we will add line 1 of tide, sometimes line 2 if it's a particularly large load.

For more wash help, visit our TikTok page.

Why athletic wicking jersey or AWJ?

Athletic wicking jersey is lightweight and breathable on baby's skin. Similar to that of an athletic short, AWJ provides good air flow and wicks moisture away from baby's skin.

Lint and hair do not stick to AWJ like many other reusable diaper lining textiles.

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Why Kinder?

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A Truly One Size Pocket Diaper

Kinder modern reusable pocket cloth diapers are designed to grow with your baby from birth to potty training. Featuring 5 adjustable rise settings, these diapers are designed to fit from roughly seven to sixty or more pounds.

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Artisan Designed Prints

We license our artist collaboration collections from independent artists and makers from around the globe in order to bring you a one of a kind collection of patterns and prints.

Community Focused

We're passionate about paying it forward. That's why we've partnered with the Western Pennsylvania Diaper Bank to provide cloth diapers to families in need in our own community.