Different types of diaper

Fitted cloth diapers are made of a super absorbent fabric. There is elastic around the leg openings to prevent leaks.
In order for these diapers to be waterproof, a cover needs to be worn over the diaper

All-in-One Cloth Diapers (also known as "AIO"s) are the easiest diapers to use and have the absorbent material sewn into the diaper cover. The inserts may be natural fibers or synthetic fibers and the diaper will fasten with either snaps or Velcro.
No diaper cover required. No stuffing required.
Great diaper to send to day care.

The All -in -Two (alos known as "AI2"s) is a two part cloth diaper system. It is made up of a waterproof outer shell and a detachable insert for absorbency.
The inserts can be attached with snap or tuck in cover. The soiled insert is changed out and the cover can be reused.
They are quick and easy to customize for heavy wetters or nighttime by using different or extra inserts.
These diapers offer an almost perfect compromise between convenience, functionality, and cost.


Pocket Diapers:
Pocket diapers resemble a basic diaper cover with snap or Velcro closures, but have an inner pocket that you stuff with an absorbent, reusable insert.
They dry quickly, aren't too bulky beneath clothes, are more affordable some other options, and you can control the absorbency by how you stuff them.


One Size:
One size diapers are designed to fit a baby from birth to potty training. The diapers have several snaps around the waist and leg openings so that the size can be adjusted.

Cloth diaper inserts, or doublers are used when extra absorbency is needed. These inserts are placed inside the cloth diaper to add additional layers to prevent leaks.
Inserts are commonly used for car trips or overnight when more time is needed between diaper changes.

Wet Bags:

Wet Bags are a convenient on-the-go solution for storing your soiled diapers.
Whether you need a small wet bag to hold a diaper or two, or a large wet bag for extended daytrips or for your child care provider.