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.
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.
I'm one of those mom's that looks at pants while putting together an outfit for my babe and would much rather forget the bottoms and just show off the diaper, and this print is beautiful but still goes with pretty much any top.
Love these covers, they've fit her since she was a newborn (8lbs 6oz), zero leaks, contains blowouts and are just a great cover. We've switched the entire stash to Grovia covers.
H&L is nice while it lasts but I'm not down to make a special wash just for the covers because of the velcro. I use Grovias, pockets in various brands, prefolds and preflats. fuzz or lint gets on the smooth part and its not easy to get it cleaned. A clean velcro "hook" is not going to make a difference. I was told people get snaps sewn on to use them longer but for me to do that when they are less than a year is absurd. So heads up if you decide to go with these in H&L.