Buttah O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - Celie
The O.N.E cloth diaper is your all-in-one cloth diapering solution. Thanks to our revolutionary cotton, channeled soaker cloth diaper insert, this diaper is everything your baby needs, from infancy to toddlerhood.
A true all-in-one diaper that comes with everything you’ll ever need to cloth diaper a baby.
Before laundering, dispose of the solids. Remove the Outlast Closure Hook/Loop strips before placing O.N.E. in your diaper pail. We recommend removing Soaker Pads before placing in the diaper pail so that each piece of the diaper is optimally agitated. Choose warm or hot water and enough of your favorite good-cleaning detergent.
To cloth diaper full-time with the O.N.E. Diaper, you will spend between $550 - $600. Remember that you’re saving 5x that by not buying disposables for 2+ years! To use the O.N.E. Diaper as your baby’s overnight cloth diaper, you will spend just under $90.
For full-time cloth diapering, we recommend at least 24 diaper changes per baby to best spread wear out among all the diapers in your supply.
For using O.N.E. as your baby’s overnight cloth diaper, we recommend having at least four as nighttime cloth diapers.
I love love love these. I use my Grovia hybrids in the day time and my Grovia ones at night time.
I have never had any diaper blow outs with any of my Grovia diapers. The only thing I do not like, is that Grovia was a bit sneaky in making it to wear you cannot switch out the inserts from the Grovia One and the Hybrid shell. The snaps are completely different, which is my only real complaint.
While it seemed like a great idea, unfortunately, the hook and loop/snap combo make more work for parents. If you choose to use the hook and loop, you have to take the velcro off every time you wash them and then put them back on. Additionally the addition of the hook and loop makes the diaper extra bulky where the closure is. Also, the velcro is so strong that it sticks together so tightly that it causes the velcro to become unsnapped , so you end up snapping them anyway. If you generally like Grovia’s diapers I would stick to their originals.
I love the buttah range, the velour is really soft and the colors are beautiful. The O.N.E. diaper is great, super absorbent; I love it for naps. Overall I'm so happy with it!