What are the different types of diapers?
TOP One Size Fits All (or most) Cloth Diaper: It’s a cloth diaper that fits children from birth to potty training. The benefits are obvious-it will last through the whole diapering experience, and you will be able to use it on multiple children of different ages at the same time! All In One Cloth Diaper: It’s a cloth diaper that uses a waterproof outer fabric (usually PUL-polyurethane laminated fabric) so that it doesn’t require a cover. Also, the soaker fabric is sewn into the diaper and is not removable. This makes the diaper very easy to use and clean. Many people like this style of diaper because it is easiest for dads and day care workers to use (it works just like a disposable diaper except you wash it). Pocket-Style Cloth Diaper: It’s a diaper with an inner layer, a layer of waterproof fabric for the outer layer, and an opening in between where an absorbent material can be added and removed as necessary. You can adjust the soaker fabric for day and nighttime use and remove it fo