OsoCozy Cloth Diaper Prefolds - 100% Indian Cotton Prefolds - Unbleached Natural
OsoCozy Unbleached Prefold Cloth Diapers are 100% cotton in a twill/gauze weave. They start out incredibly soft and absorbent, and they become even softer with washing. Wash these cloth diapers a couple times, and they fluff up beautifully! As with all cloth prefolds these will shrink 5-10%.
How many layers? The 3-part number (4x6x4) refers to the number of fabric layers in each of the three panels of the prefold, with the middle panel being the thickest. Most home users prefer the heavier 4x8x4 prefolds because of the added absorbency. Most diaper services use 4x6x4 prefolds to cut down energy and time needed for drying, and they supply enough diapers for frequent diaper changes. If you are washing at home, start with 4x8x4 then size down if you find those too bulky for your baby.
OsoCozy Prefolds are 100% Cotton - Unlike prefolds from more recognized national children's clothing brands which use a synthetic polyester filling between just two layers of cotton. Our diapers are a better value as they are thicker and more absorbent. Additionally, there is often an ammonia odor buildup in synthetics which you won't get in cotton diapers.
Two Basic Sizes - We offer six sizes in the unbleached prefolds but most families need just two sizes. Those two sizes are the Infant 4x8x4 for 7-15 lbs and the Premium 4x8x4 for 15-30 lbs. Don't be fooled by "One-Size" prefolds which will be bulky on newborns and have insufficient absorbency on larger babies.
Unsure which size is best for your baby? Use our chat feature in the header above to chat with one of our knowledgeable representatives or consult the size chart below.
Bleached vs unbleached prefolds? Our customers generally prefer unbleached to bleached prefolds. Unbleached diapers are softer and more durable than bleached cloth diapers and hide stains better as well.
Prep diapers before using. Unbleached prefold cloth diapers must be washed and dried on hot at least 2-3 times after you receive them before they become absorbent. Test absorbency by making a pocket or bowl of the diaper and slowly pouring in 1/2 cup of water. If the water pools rather than soaking in quickly, keep washing. DO NOT use fabric softener, which would coat the fibers and cause repelling. Despite the added effort necessary to break in these diapers, they are extremely popular and by most accounts well worth it.
Routine Laundering? See our Easy Washing Instructions page.
Looking for further savings? Buy by the dozen then save even more when you buy 4+ or 7+ dozen. See below for information on our unbeatable volume pricing.
Sizing: Traditional (long). Six sizes, Preemie to Toddler
Material: 100% cotton, unbleached
Sizes, Details and Pricing
* Save 10% off 4 dozen or more each size. Save 20% off 7 dozen or more each size. * Diaper sizes ranges are approximate and may be a little different for your baby.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
where are these made ????
These are made in Pakistan.
What size works best for pocket diapers?
That will depend a little on what size the pocket diapers are and what size your baby is. We recommedn using Better Fit prefolds if you plan on tri-folding your prefolds for use in a pocket diaper. You can find Better Fit prefolds here : https://clothdiaper.com/collections/prefolds/products/osocozy-better-fit-prefolds-dz
What do you recommend for waterproof cover
We recommend the Osocozy Diaper covers. They come in 2 sizes, Newborn ( 6-12 lbs) and One size ( 8-35lbs). You can find them here : https://clothdiaper.com/collections/diaper-covers/products/osocozy-one-size-diaper-covers and here https://clothdiaper.com/collections/diaper-covers/products/copy-of-osocozy-one-size-diaper-covers