The OsoCozy® Fitted Cloth Diaper - These made in the US A diapers feature a contoured form fitting shape and snap closures. The layer against the baby's skin is a 100% cotton birdseye weave. The interior is comprised of multiple layers of thirsty flannel. This wonderful cloth diaper is so durable you can save it for your next child and yet so comfortable your baby will love them. Available in sizes from Small to Toddler. Available in both white (bleached) and ivory (unbleached) fabrics. Now available in an unbleached organic version as well. Organics sold separately, see related products below. See below for more details on bleached, unbleached and organic fabrics. Prices are the same for either bleached or unbleached diapers. Manufactured in the USA by stay at home moms!

OsoCozy® Fitted Diaper
Approximate Baby Weight

Stitching Color
Layering (side -middle -side)
Small 7 to 13 lbs. Peach 3X9X3
13 to 18 lbs. Blue 3X9X3
18 to 25 lbs. Green 3X10X3
25 to 35 lbs. Yellow 3X10X3
* Diaper sizes ranges are approximate and may be a little different for your baby, when in doubt order the large size and they will grow into it.

Bleached versus Unbleached Cloth Diapers versus Unbleached Organic.
Bleached diapers are white because the cotton yarn was bleached in the factory prior to weaving the material. Cotton is naturally an ivory or light brown color. The bleaching process turns the cotton fibers white and also removes the natural cotton oils in the fibers. In doing so, the strength of the fibers is reduced and the resulting woven material is slightly less durable. The bleaching process can lead to additional pollutants being released to the environment through airborne and waterborne emissions. Recent improvements in bleaching technology have reduced but not eliminated this impact.

Because unbleached diapers retain much of their natural cotton oils in the fiber matrix, they are softer and more durable than bleached cloth diapers. Unbleached cloth diapers must be washed at least 2-3 times after you receive them before they become absorbant. We recommend washing the diapers in hot sudsy water and drying them on high heat and repeating as many times as necessary for the diapers to become absorbant. You can test the absorbency by making a pocket of the diaper and slowly pouring 1/2 cup of liquid into the diaper. If it pools and does not soak in fairly quickly, keep washing. Depending upon the detergent you use and the hardness of your water and the natural variations in cotton materials, you may have to wash these up to 5 times before they become fully absorbant. Do not, under any circumstance, use fabric softener as this causes the fabric to be coated and thus repels moisture. Despite the added effort necessary to break in these diapers, they are extremely popular and by most accounts, well worth it.

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