Good, old-fashioned wool is one of the most natural and breathable materials available for making diaper covers. Wool has made a huge comeback as a ‘performance fabric’ in recent years and for great reasons! Wool naturally resists bacteria growth, and when it is lanolized, it is incredibly water-resistant—like a sheep standing out in a rainstorm! Wool items do need special care during laundry time, like washing by hand to maintain their shape and lanolizing treatments to maintain their water-resistant properties, but families that have taken the leap into wool diapering often find the breathability and comfort of this textile to be worth the extra trouble. Sometimes a wool cover paired with a super-absorbent fitted diaper can make all the difference for a rash-prone baby—and this combination can be an awesome choice for cloth diapering at night.
In the end, there are a lot of choices to make when it comes to cloth diaper fabrics, even among our own offerings! GroVia makes something for every family, and we like it that way. Use this guide to cloth diapers to decide what will best suit your family’s needs, wants, and priorities. Please contact us if you would like to further discuss any of the ‘ins and outs’ of cloth diapering textiles. Give us a call (1-877-899-BABY) or send us an email (email@example.com).