4-Layer Bamboo Natural Fiber Cloth Diaper Insert
Kinder Cloth Diaper Co. 4-Layer Bamboo Cloth Diaper Inserts absorb quickly with less bulk.
Our bamboo inserts contain absolutely NO microfiber filler layers, which means that they're less prone to compression leaks and more trim on your baby's bottom. Kinder inserts work great on their own, but are even better when used as boosters with another natural fiber like hemp or cotton.
- 4 Layers of Bamboo Terry
- Yellow AWJ Edging helps to easily identify the insert material and prevent loose threads
Bamboo Terry (83% Bamboo, 17% Polyester)
- NO hidden microfiber layers
- Two snaps for easy attaching to our pockets, covers and other inserts.
- Thin profile. Less bulky.
- Approx. Size (pre-washed): 13"x5"x0.125"
All of our products are both machine wash and dryer safe.
Cloth diaper inserts will become more absorbent over time, after multiple washes.
When you receive your inserts, be sure to wash at least one time before use. Note: Inserts need to be washed multiple times in order to reach maximum absorbency. While some sources may recommend "prepping" cloth diaper inserts by completing multiple washes before first use, we at Kinder recommend at least one wash.
Some shrinkage is normal and to be expected for inserts crafted from natural fibers like bamboo, hemp and cotton.
Benefits of Choosing Bamboo for your Cloth Diaper Absorbency
Bamboo terry is a highly absorbent material that can hold a lot of moisture. This makes it a great choice for reusable diaper inserts, as it can keep your baby dry and comfortable for longer periods of time.
Gentle on Skin
Bamboo terry is a soft and gentle material that is perfect for your baby's delicate skin.It is free from harsh chemicals, making it a popular and safe choice for cloth diapering families.
Not prone to Compression Leaks
Bamboo terry cloth diaper inserts are less likely to cause compression leaks than other materials, such as microfiber.
Bamboo terry diaper inserts have a thin profile, which makes them less bulky than other types of inserts. This makes them a great choice for parents who want a trimmer diaper without sacrificing absorbency.
Compared to other textiles?
Bamboo terry is a popular material for cloth diaper inserts, but how does it compare to other materials in terms of absorbency?
Each material has its unique strengths when it comes to absorbency. Hemp is considered to be the most absorbent, followed by bamboo and cotton.
Microfiber is quick to absorb, but may not hold up as well over time.
Bamboo terry is a great choice for parents who want a highly absorbent and eco-friendly option for cloth diapering.