Buttah Buttah O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - Lake

Buttah O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - Lake

Regular price$25.95

Our new GroVia line of AIOs are just....well...."like buttah" (channeling Mike Meyers on SNL). The inside construction and absorbency is exactly the same as our standard line, but the outer waterproof layer of TPU has been replaced with our proprietary laminated polyester velour.  Shimmery, pillowy, and quite possibly the softest thing you've ever touched. 

The O.N.E diaper is the best all in one diaper (fits 10-35+ pounds) because it comes with everything parents need to cloth diaper a baby: enough absorbency to forget boosters and doublers (even overnight), two built-in closure options, and a heavy-duty construction that is built to last.

The O.N.E. features a unique Outlast closure system that gives the user the ability to choose between Hook & Loop and Snap closures, and the ability to buy a replacement kit when your Hook & Loop wears out. O.N.E's absorbency comes from a hidden body layer PLUS our one-of-a-kind cotton, channeled soaker design that is trim yet absorbent. All with the same amazing quality you've come to know and love in GroVia products. 

No need to choose between Hook & Loop or Snap closures

With the O.N.E., you can have both! The removable Hook & Loop closure is perfect for those who love a “no-hassle” fit but want to transition to a snap closure later on.

  • Built-in extra absorbency means the perfect nightime solution
  • Lasts from birth to potty learning (fits 10 - 35 lbs).
  • No prepping - can starting using right away
  • Modular Snap In Soaker System allows for customization
  • Easy closure replacement
  • Fairly and conscientiously made in China

Washing Instructions - This is an All In One diaper, you must wash the entire diaper when soiled.

Before First Use

Remove Hook & Loop strips*. If using during daytime, wash with detergent and dry once prior to first use. If using as a night diaper, O.N.E. must be washed and tumble-dried 3-5 times before use.

Regular Wash

• Remove Hook and Loop strips*
• Place soiled diaper into pailWash soiled diaper every two days
• Wash on hot or warm with full amount of a good cleaning detergent using a heavy duty cycle
• Add an extra rinse if needed
• Tumble dry
• Do not use fabric softeners or water repellent diaper creams
• Do not dry clean or iron

*For maximum longevity of your hook and loop, we recommend removing prior to washing and drying.

• Hidden Inner Layer: 100% Polyester Microfiber
• Outer: 100% Water Resistant Polyester TPU
• Soaker: 100% Cotton topped with 100% Polyester Microfleece
• Body Lining: 100% Polyester Microfleece
• Outer: 100% Water Resistant Polyester TPU (Exclusive of Trim)

Phone: 1.877.899.2229
Email: customerservice@grovia.com

Customer Service Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am-5pm (MST)

If you have a questions about your order, want to give feedback, please contact us by email or phone.

A true all-in-one diaper that comes with everything you’ll ever need to cloth diaper a baby.

One size cloth diapers, custom fit from infant to toddler.

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.

Fits 10 - 35+ Pounds

A true all-in-one diaper that comes with everything you’ll ever need to cloth diaper a baby.

Outlast Closure

Choose between Hook & Loop and Snap closures and the choice to buy a replacement kit when your Hook & Loop wears out, to save money and increase the life of your cloth diapers.

Channeled Soaker

O.N.E.'s absorbency comes from a hidden body layer PLUS our one-of-a-kind cotton, channeled soaker design that is trim yet absorbent.

Modular Soaker System

Modular snap in no-prep soaker system contains one small and one large Soaker, allowing for customization based on need, from a more lightweight diapering solution to high-absorbency, overnight cloth diapers for heavy wetters.

O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - FAQ

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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 198 reviews
Stephanie B.
Cloth is 'wear' its at (mom joke)

Okay, so I've been waiting to write a review until a few months after getting them (and wanted to see what it was like with more solid foods) because I wanted my reivew to be honest. I have had 2 kids prior to my 3rd that were only ever in throw away diapers. My family and I became vegan 3 years ago and have been really trying to be better about our impact on this world, so I knew I wanted to do cloth diapering when I got pregnant with my daughter. Sadly when she was born she started having seizures so we had to stay in the NICU for a month and she wore disposable there. When we got back home I ordered the ONE Diapers, with a few extra things on Amazon and said I was going to do it and stick with it. I believe I ordered 30 because I was nervous I wouldn't have enough, now if I could go back I would only order about 24-26, but hey I'm a newbie. I ordered an attached sprayer for our toilet, and a round multi hanger that goes above the dryer that I hang the diapers off of after they come out of the wash. I use the powder Biokleen powder free & clear and at first I just washed them on a regular cycle. After a few months I decided to try the sanatize button on my washer and feel they clean even better that way. Of course, every washer is different! I hang them instead of doing a tumble cycle in the dryer because to be honest, it doesn't seem like that does anything extra. I wash every other day so I constantly have clean diapers. They are by far the easiest & cutest diapers ever! I have read comments about them leaking but to be honest, these are WAY more absorbent than the throw aways. She has never had a "blow out" but maybe twice that came out of the diaper and just a few pees that leaked through because I thought she needed to go one size bigger with the snaps. She never has any rashes or breakouts with these either but did when she was in the nicu with the throw aways. I didn't use the velcro that came with them, I felt it wasn't needed for her but I see why it would be handy if your babe was in between sizes with the snaps. After I hang and dry them I always roll them to get them softer before I snap them back together. I know people try different brands and branch out but I see no reason to and will only ever buy from Grovia from here on out on any dipaering needs that come up! The one fall back, or negative I guess I can think of is that you can't smell the poop haha which is a good thing but I have to check visually to see if she went or else I have no idea. They never stain (just make sure you use the butt cream that wont stain cloth) and have only gotten more soft the more I've washed them! And let's be honest, they are way cuter than anything else out there!

Lindsay E.
Perfect for heavy wetters

If you have a heavy wetter, these are great. I move my kids from the organic AIO to these once they hit the toddler years. I love that you can buy new inserts for them.

Brandon W.
Cloth diaper newborn

My absolute favorite diaper in my collection. Very soft and TOP fitting.
My daughter is 12 pounds and 23 inches and I think these are kind of a bigger newborn size diaper. Thank you

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