All in one cloth diapers are easy to use. They have a soaker, shell, waterproof cover and fasteners together in one diaper. Instead of using a fitted with a cover or a shell with a soaker you just put on one diaper with everything included.
This constructon may seem far superior to other styles of cloth diapers, but it does have its setbacks.
Since the diaper has a soaker enclosed inside the waterproof outer layer and the inner fabric, it may take a bit longer to dry. You may not want to wait for it to completely dry, but I strongly recommend that you do. You don't want to encouragebacteria to grow on any part of your diaper.
All in one cloth diapers can help ease the transition to cloth baby diapers for a family. They function like a disposable and are the closest thing to them in the cloth diapering world.
Washing these cloth diapers is easy. Just throw these into the wash with your other cloth diapers. You may not want to soak them in a wet pail before you wash them though and you'll have to allow for a longer drying time.
In our house I chose to make my own AIO's. After a while, making them got very addictive. I could always make them well and they always worked well on my baby.
One day I thought I'd ventue into creating a better drying AIO. Once I opened up the sides so it would dry in the machine quicker. The best way to make teh AIO dry faster was just to use the traditional AI2 with the soaker as a flap. I preferredto sew the flap down in the back of the diaper. This made my diaper as quick drying as all the others.
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