If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission. I have a business relationship with the manufacturer & received these inserts for free. Microfiber inserts are one of the most affordable cloth diaper inserts there are. That said, they have their downsides, including flattening & losing absorbency over time, being prone to compression leaks and picking up lint like crazy. Worst of all (in my opinion) is the feeling of a new microfiber insert on your hands – I shuddered just thinking about it.
In September (if I remember correctly!) GroVia offered to sponsor my top fan giveaway with their new Lotus shell and no-prep soaker pads. The lucky winner agreed to share her opinion of these new inserts. (Post contains affiliate links.)
When I first opened the package, I was ecstatic to see how bright and colorful the new Grovia Lotus was! It’s a gorgeous fuchsia pink and unlike any of the other pink/purple colors that I own by other manufacturers. It is definitely a color that I reach for frequently.
I received a product at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Milovia cloth diapers are made in Poland and are distributed by Tula. U.S. retailer Up On the Hill sells them, and they sent me one to review. 2015 update: Milovia diapers are now carried by Squigglybugs (affiliate link) in the U.S.