OsoCozy Prefolds Bleached (6 pk)
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OsoCozy Prefolds Bleached (6 pk)
OsoCozy Prefolds Bleached (6 pk)
OsoCozy Prefolds Bleached (6 pk)
OsoCozy

OsoCozy Prefolds Bleached (6 pk)

OCPPB-I8
Regular price $12.25 $0.00

100% Indian cotton prefold diapers in twill weave. Incredibly soft and absorbent, and they get even softer with washing. Each package contains 6 diapers.

Giving a gift? These prefolds come in attractive store-shelf packaging. Perfect for gift wrapping. Each package contains six diapers and comes with use and washing instructions on the back side in both English and Spanish. These high quality OsoCozy prefolds make a great baby shower gift. Add diaper covers for the complete cloth diapering system.

Packaged Traditional fit (long) prefolds come in two sizes only: Size 1 is Infant 4x8x4 diapers, and Size 2 is Premium 4x8x4. Most babies won’t need any other size, though you may need to double diapers as your baby begins to grow out of the size.

Unbleached packaged prefolds also available.

Sizing: Traditional (long). Two sizes, Infant and Premium
Closure: None
Material: 100% Indian cotton, bleached

Prefold Sizing, Price, and Details

Size Layering Dimensions Baby Wt. Price (6 pack) Price (6 pack)
4 or more
Infant 4x8x4 12" x 16" 7-15 lbs $12.25 $11.25
Premium 4x8x4 14.5" x 22" 15-30 lbs $18.50 $17.50
*As with all cloth prefolds these will shrink 5-10%.
Prefold cloth diaper folding instructions.

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  • Can you clarify which diapers do not have the colored seam stitching? I’m looking for all white.

    Neither of the 2 sizes ( Infant & Premium ) offered in this listing have a white stitching. The size you are looking for is Bleached Indian prefolds size Regular - https://clothdiaper.com/collections/prefolds/products/osocozy-prefolds-bleached-dozen?variant=12722462916663

  • Is there a health advantage to using unbleached diapers over bleached? Are the unbleached healthier for a baby?

    Unbleached fabrics have a lower impact on the environment as the fabric bleaching process can contibute to waste streams that have potentially harmful aspects.  This is because chlorine is the bleaching agent for fabrics.  Although there may be some bleaching process residuals in bleached fabrics, these residuals are not known to be a public health concern.  The main benefits of the unbleached fabic is that it is somewhat more absorbant, somewhat softer and somewhat more durable.  The coloring also makes slight staining less noticable.

  • Are the print diapers bleachable?

    We recommend not using chlorinated bleach in any diapers, as it breaks down the fibers.


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