If you've visited us at Sprout Soup, I'm sure you've heard us rant about "one size" diapers and how they really aren't. We much prefer the two-size systems at Sprout Soup, you get a better fit and better leak protection, plus you can start with cloth diapers right away instead of having to wait for your little one to grow into them. There's a blog post coming on that soon, but today we're discussing prefolds because most prefolds are still sized by old conventions which can be confusing to the new cloth diaper user.
To make matters even more confusing, we offer two different styles of prefolds: Better Fit and Standard Sizing. The Better Fit prefolds are designed to fit folded in thirds inside a diaper cover. Standard Sizing prefolds are better for using pins or Snappi Fasteners.
So which one should you choose? Some of our clients have used both, creating a perfect fit throughout their child's diapering days. But there are benefits and drawbacks to both. Here's our pros and cons list for the Better Fit and Standard Fit Prefolds:
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