Best Bottom Cloth Diaper Shell
With the variety of cloth diapers
available it is hard to know which one to choose. This cloth diaper system from Best Bottom
was designed to be trim fitting, economical, fast drying and absorbent. This is not a fitted cloth diaper
, an all in one cloth diaper
, a pocket cloth diaper
, or a prefold system
. It was created to combine the best features from many different types of cloth diapers.
This system combines a waterproof shell and a snap-in insert (sold separately).
This one size cloth diapering system is easy to use. To use, adjust the sizing on the front of the shell and snap in an insert
. Then put the cloth diaper on your baby. When it is time for a diaper change snap out the soiled or wet insert and snap in a clean insert. It works well to rotate shells. Just wipe out the non-soiled shell and hang to dry.
To get started with Best Bottom Cloth Diapers you will need the same number of shells that your baby poos in a 2-3 day period. A general rule of thumb is to expect to need 8-10 shells and approximately 18-24 inserts per size. Inserts (sold separately) come in three sizes to meet your baby's needs. Best Bottom finds one size inserts to be too big for little ones.
This one size cloth diaper
is designed to fit from birth to 35+ lbs. Sizing is adjusted by snaps on the front panel. Leg gussets help keep messes inside. When you put the Best Bottom Cloth Diaper on your baby, pull the leg gussets out around baby's legs to protect against leaks and red marks. Because this is a trim fitting cloth diaper it is important that the insert is completely tucked inside the shell.
Available in snap and hook and loop closures, these Best Bottom Cloth Diapers come in ice cream inspired colors with color coordinating trims and snaps.
Materials and Manufacturing
The Best Bottom shell is made from a double layer of PUL. Handcrafted in local USA factories with USA-made materials Best Bottom
is seeking to support the local economy and lessen their environmental footprint.
Before first use wash the shells once.
When soiled shake off any solids into the toilet, remove the insert from the shell and place in a dry diaper pail. If the insert is only wet and not soiled remove the insert and wipe out the shell and air dry. Every 2-3 days rinse on cold, followed by a hot/warm wash with a detergent that is free from additives. Use 1/4 to 1/2 the recommended detergent amount. When the wash is complete do an additional rinse. Tumble or line dry.
Do not use fabric softeners or rash creams
. When rash creams are necessary, use a flushable liner
or a cloth wipe
to prevent the cream from getting on the Best Bottom Diaper System. Because this system is trim and separates into two pieces for washing, it takes up less room in the washer. As a result it agitates better getting cloth diapers cleaner than other cloth diaper systems.