A unique one-size system that fits from infant to toddler.
GroVia Hybrid Cloth Diapers are designed to make your life simple. The hybrid system is flexible to fit your morning, daycare, on-the-go and overnight needs, and it also works with reusable and disposable cloth diaper inserts. Choose from a range of soaker options that are all compatible with the same cover and easily attach to a soft, comfy waterproof outer shell.
1. Choose Absorbency
Choose from our three soaker options: Organic Cotton Soaker, No Prep Soaker or our eco-friendly disposable BioSoaker.
2. Choose Outer Shell
Choose from hook and loop or snap closures. Hybrid shells (a.k.a. diaper covers) can be worn 2-3 times before laundering again.
Easy To Use
Our hybrid system makes it easy to diaper your baby, everything from putting a cloth diaper on your baby to adding different types of absorbency and laundering your cloth diapers.
GroVia’s soaker options are designed with elasticized leg gussets and waterproof backing to contain messes. BioSoakers adhere to the shell with sticky tabs, while soaker pads snap in.
The Most Flexible System
The hallmark of our hybrid design is simple flexibility. You may choose to stick with one type of soaker, or you may want to experience the full range of cloth diaper insert options.
Hybrid - FAQ
In order to wash your cloth diaper properly, you first want to dispose of “the solids.” Our cloth diaper BioLiners make this incredibly simple! Check out our Cloth Diaper Laundry Basics page to learn more about how to wash and dry cloth diapers.
A full-time Hybrid cloth diapering system will cost approximately $450-600 to diaper your little one for 2-3 years. But don’t let this upfront cost scare you. You will easily spend 5 times that amount buying disposable diapers in just 2 years!
For full-time cloth diapering, we recommend a bare minimum of 12 shells and 24 soaker padsto get you started. We also recommend increasing those totals to 14-16 shells and 36-45 soaker pads within the first year. This helps spread out the wear and use of each, so your shells and soaker pads last longer.
For the "shell" diapers you need more neutral colors or unisex shades
with out the crazy or sex specific designs. Pale neutral shades please.
I had used mostly the snap closures when doing cloth diapers for my first baby. Got these with the hook and loop closure because sometimes babies are just between sizes with the snaps. Love it! They fit every time I put them on our second child.
I also use a cotton prefold folded into thirds and laid in as an insert. I personally prefer this over the grovia soaker pads.
Aside from being cute, this shell works great to contain messes if baby has a bigger poo. I love the hook and loop and the fabric at the top is also wonderful! This is my favorite of our diapers!