Grovia Cloth Diaper Shell - Hook & Loop Closure
The GroVia One-Size Diaper System has 2 parts. First the shell - the design of the shell is waterproof and minimizes diaper waste and cost because it is reusable! Second is the soaker (sold separately) - when the Organic Cotton or No Prep Soaker Pad is wet, simply remove it and snap in a fresh Soaker Pad. If the shell is wet, allow it to air dry and use for the next diaper change. If the GroVia Shell is soiled, start fresh with a new GroVia Shell.
One-size Organic Cotton Soaker Pads and One-Size No Prep soaker Pads are available in packs of 2. You will find that using 2-4 Grovia Shells are enough per day, but newborn babies may need more.
The GroVia Organic Cotton and No Prep Soaker Pads are super absorbent but trim. With a layer of waterproof backing and leg gussets to prevent leaking. The Organic Cotton have 5 layers of organic cotton and won't leak for even a heavy wetter!
The GroVia Diaper grows with your baby with its adjustable rise snaps. By changing the settings, the diaper will fit a newborn, infant, or toddler. It will fit MOST babies from 8-35 pounds. The one-size Soaker Pad will also fit from 8-35 pounds and easily snaps into the cover.
Use the adjustable rise snaps for toddler, infant or newborn.
1.Newborn/Small: Snap your GroVia Shell rise snaps on the lowest setting. Snap your soaker pad into the shell and simply flip the front of the soaker pad in towards baby. Fasten diaper on baby.
2.Infant: Snap your GroVia Shell rise snaps on the middle setting. Snap your soaker pad into the shell. Tuck the front of your soaker pad down, while pulling the front panel up and fasten on baby.
3.Toddler: Leave you GroVia Shell rise snaps unsnapped. Snap your soaker pad into the shell and fasten on baby.
By using GroVia One-Size Diaper System you will be putting less waste in our landfills, save hundreds of dollars each year, and have a healthier baby with less diaper rash. There are no dioxins in these diapers.
Use: Change outer shell twice a day and inner as needed.
Washing: Organic cotton inners must be washed/dried on 3-5 times before first use and they will not reach full absorbency until approximately 8-10 washes.
- Wash, tumble dry before first use (3-5 times)
- Remove as much solid matter as possible
- Place soiled soaker pads in a dry diaper pail - no soaking necessary.
- Wash every 2 days
- Start with a cold rinse
- Wash in warm water with half the amount of recommended detergent (shells, soaker pads and boosters can all be washed together)
- Do an extra rinse if desired
- Tumble dry or hang outside for extra freshness and to remove stains (line drying shells is highly recommended - they will dry in less than 2 hours and will stay nice longer)
- Do not use bleach, enzyme cleaners or fabric softeners