Post contains affiliate links. Pictured items were gifted, purchased with affiliate credit, or won in a giveaway. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. I have never personally used disposable cloth diaper inserts. While I am a huge cloth diaper advocate, I am also a huge proponent of “it doesn’t have to be all or nothing.”
As you may be aware (or maybe not!) I work with Geffen Baby. Some of the products pictured in this post were purchased by me, some were loaned to me, some were given to me for review. I was not asked to write this post, nor was I compensated to do so. Post contains affiliate link. gDiapers gCloth are about $5.50 each, purchased in 6 packs. They are nice in that they have 2 layers of microfleece (Why 2? I don’t know.) to wick moisture away from your baby, but they only have two layers of absorbent hemp/cotton. Naturally, I wondered how Geffen Baby’s 60% hemp/40% organic cotton inserts would fit in gDiapers. Their hemp inserts are five layers and run between $3 and $4 each (sold in 3, 6 or 12 packs.) I photographed the gDiapers inserts and compared them to Geffen Baby’s inserts as well as their hemp prefolds, and also show how each one fits in the gPants!
I have been curious about gDiapers since I began cloth diapering. They are fairly well known, and are one of few readily available cloth diapers (they even sell them in my small, local organic store.) Vine.com carries them, and sent me several products so I could review and share with you!