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Old 04-22-2015, 08:12 AM   #9
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Default Re: Getting Started With Cloth Diapering - A Tutorial in Words and Pictures

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Originally Posted by MirafloresLove View Post
I was told that prefolds took more work and would almost always leak into the shell, but it definitely seems like the most economic option between the types available... I think that in the long-run, a few extra seconds to make a good fold would be worth it if it meant we could save some money.
We're doing prefolds with child #3. The smallest prefolds have lasted this long. The velcro shells and the bigger prefolds did not. Big prefolds are torn to shreds after having each boy in them for 3+ years. The velcro stopped working in most of the shells. I switched to snapping shells, which I love

I definitely am glad I chose the prefold/shell route.
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