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Cloth Diapering

Why Cloth Diaper?

Good for your BABY

  • Prevent and reduce diaper rash
  • Keeps baby dry
  • Maximum comfort with soft fleece next to your baby's gentle skin
  • Minimised wet leak
  • Free of chemicals present in disposable diapers
  • Better cushioning for baby's bum
  • Adjustable sizes that grow with your baby
  • Early potty training
  • Stylish and fashionable

Good for YOU

  • Economical and massive cost savings (click here to see how much you save)
  • Easy to use - hassle free washing and quick drying
  • Durable and reusable for future siblings, contributing to even greater savings!

Good for the ENVIRONMENT

  • Reducing the waste going into landfills



Fitting Instructions for Cloth Diaper

Fitting Instructions

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1) Adjust the diaper sizing using the front snap buttons (see Cloth Diaper Sizing instructions below)

2) Open the diaper. Add the microfibre insert flat through the pocket opening at the back waist

3) Fit the diaper on your child and fasten snugly

Helpful Hint- For overnight use, consider stuffing with 2 inserts and setting the diaper to be one size larger than you would for daytime use.

Cloth Diaper Sizing

Autumnz Pocket Cloth Diaper can be adjusted to 3 sizes (S, M, L) by adjusting the front snap buttons.

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Washing Instructions

Before using the diaper set

  • Wash the diaper and insert several times before use to increase their absorbency

Washing soiled diaper set

  • Knock solids into toilet
  • Remove the insert from the diaper
  • Rinse and put in the diaper pail. NO soaking is necessary
  • Fasten the hook and loop tabs to the laundry tab on the inside of the diaper to ensure durability
  • Wash your diaper up to 60 degrees celcius in normal wash cycle with no more than 1/4 to 1/2 of the detergent's recommended amount per load. Too much detergent can cause residue to build up.
  • Add an extra rinse cycle to remove any lingering detergent in the diaper
  • Tumble dry or line dry

Some DO NOTS to remember:

  • Do not use fabric softener as it leaves a residue and decreases the absorbency of the diaper
  • Do not use bleach or other harsh stain removers, as they will shorten the lifespan of your diaper. Drying diaper in the sun is the most effective way to remove stains.
  • Do not use barrier cream / nappy cream as they coat the fibres in your diaper reducing their absorbency. When using a barrier cream you must always use a liner