Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Charcoal Bamboo 5-Layer Cloth Diaper Insert Liners From Pandaroos Review


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When my daughters were younger, I would sometimes use a cotton pre-fold cloth diaper (with pins to secure them) specially when their bums need to breathe and take a break from disposable diapers. Honestly, I mostly used disposable diapers because they're more convenient to use although I know that cloth diapers are more bum and eco-friendly.
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I was given the chance to review the Pandaroos 5-Layer Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper Insert Liners and here is a short product description from them:

Package includes 6 of the charcoal bamboo diaper inserts and a wet bag.  The Pandaroo diaper inserts gives your the best of both worlds - no need to choose between softness and dryness.  The charcoal bamboo fleece outer layers are soft against your baby's skin while wicking moisture away and into the 3 layer microfiber core.  Charcoal bamboo is naturally deodorizing, something anyone with a baby in diapers will appreciate.  It is also naturally dark in color, hiding unsightly stains.  And charcoal bamboo has anti-bacterial properties as well.  All of that on the outside of the insert, but what about the inside? The microfiber core absorbs the moisture and keeps it away from your baby's bottom.   Face it - babies make messes, and the gussets on these inserts provide another layer of defense to keep the mess from spilling out.  When out and about you need a way of keeping the soiled diapers and clothes separate.  The wet bag is just you need.  Bag has a zipper to keep the wet in and the dry, dry.  A loop with a snap makes it easy to to attach to your stroller.
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 There is a short and easy to follow product care and instruction on the lower right side of the label.
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When I received the Pandaroos' Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper Insert Liners, the first thing I noticed when I got it out of the pouch was the thickness of the diaper inserts. The pre-fold cloth diaper insert I used on my daughters before were a lot thinner compared to these cloth insert liners from Pandaroos. The diaper insert liners measures 13.4 x 10.2 x 1.6 inch.

The Cloth Diaper Insert Liners from Pandaroos has a dark gray color. It has a gusseted legs which is nice to prevent leaks. I like how thick these cloth liners are because it'll help keep wetness and moisture inside. I remember when I used the prefold cloth diapers on my daughters, wetness can be seen and felt on the outside part which is also one of the reasons why I didn't use cloth diapers before. Because these cloth diaper liners from Pandaroos are thicker, I think they're much more absorbent and will keep wetness from seeping through the outer layer of the cloth diaper insert.

The charcoal bamboo fleece outer layers are very soft and I like that charcoal bamboo is known to keep foul odor at bay as well as known for its' anti-bacterial properties.

The wet bag which came with the charcoal bamboo cloth diaper insert has a nice and cute yellow color with animal prints. The inside of the wet bag is lined with a waterproof PUL layer which is perfect to stow away soiled diapers.

This is is a nice set of cloth diaper insert liners and I can't wait to try these out for our next baby. :)

You can purchase the Pandaroos Charcoal Bamboo 5-Layer Cloth Diaper Insert Liners HERE.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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