Buttah O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - Spice
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.
We love the Grovia O.N.E. diaper! I appreciate how much room there is to grow with them, although a little bulky to wear with some clothes on a 5 month old baby. I have been doing E.C. with my baby, so we love the 2 soakers pads. When one gets a little bit of pee on it I switch it for the other. The pads are also so absorbant that my husband has a hard time knowing if they are wet. :) I have tried Bum Genius, Charlie Banana, Nora's Nursery, Bambino MiO, Esembly and Nikki's diapers....Grovia O.N.E. Buttah is the most absorbant and the softest inside and out! These also come out of the wash very clean, and if you choose to air dry they don't get stiff.
I love the feeling of these diapers and they are darling on my baby. I found them to be a bit disappointing though when my daughter was still nursing at night. I was hoping to avoid changing her overnight since she was just feeding one time and didn't want to be woken up completely, but she leaked every time if I didn't. The only way I was able to work around this was by putting a hybrid diaper shell over the ONE diaper. It was very bulky, but it worked, and it meant not waking up my daughter! Once she started sleeping through the night with no feeds, the ONE diaper held her through the night with no leaks. I own six of them and am going to purchase one more to make my set more complete.