O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - Opal
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.
Wow! So glad I gave these a try. I’ve been using disposables at night for months because I was having issues with leaking with my hybrids no matter what I used for inserts. Saw that someone recommended the O.N.E. for overnights and thank goodness I listened. No more disposables at night! My baby boy wakes up with dry skin and no leakage. I honestly wish I had gone with these for my full stash instead of hybrids. They are super absorbent and so soft! Buying more asap!
Great diaper for overnight. The pattern is cute but a bit random! Would love to see more patterns to choose from!
My son (3 months) was waking up every few hours during the night, not to feed but because he was wetting through his diaper and all over himself =(. This diaper solved the problem and now he’s been sleeping through the night for over a month! I highly recommend! I bought 3 because we wash a load of diapers everyday or every other day and that works pretty well! I think 4 would be the best number to have, you know, in case they poop as you’re getting them to sleep or something.