All Together Unbleached Fitted

Article number: 000246
Availability: In stock (38)
Delivery time: 1-5 Days


  • Most durable fitted diaper available
  • Simple and inexpensive
  • Contoured form-fitting
  • Easy to use snap closures
  • 100% birdseye weave cotton outer layers
  • Multiple layers of absorbent flannel interior padding
  • Available in 2 sizes: Small and Large.
  • Manufactured in the USA

These imported fitted cloth diapers are made of multiple absorbent layers of unbleached birdseye cotton.  Four full width layers, an interior center made of four more layers and finally an attached exterior pad with four more layers.  Birdseye cotton is a traditional 100% cotton diaper material which launders trouble free and lasts a long time.  The leg and waist elastic is latex free.  Parents appreciate the softness and durability of this back to basics material.  This economical snap closing diaper will be a favorite of your price conscious customers. 

(side - middle - side)
Small 7 to 18 lbs. 4x12x4
Large 18 to 30 lbs. 4x12x4

Care and Use

Good Diaper Pail

We recommend a diaper pail with a flip-top lid to make it easy to open and close the pail with a dirty diaper in your hand and a safety hand on baby.

Wash Frequently

Wash at least every 3 or 4 days.  Number of days between washes varies based on number of diapers you have.  18 is a recommended minimum.  Figure on 12 diapers changes a day for newborns and fewer as the baby matures.

Easy Cloth Diaper Washing Routine

Once you work out your own cloth diaper washing routine, you will be the expert on your diapers in your washer and dryer. Start with this simple routine and adjust as necessary.

Wash Before First Use

All cloth diapers should be pre-washed before using so the diapers fluff up and achieve optimal softness and absorbency. White or bleached diapers require only one prewash. Natural or unbleached diapers require 3-5 pre-washes to make the diapers fully absorbent.

Simple Wash Method

  • Use a dry pail. No soaking! Shake the solid waste into the toilet before putting diaper into pail. 
  • Never use fabric softeners or chlorine-based bleach. Chlorine bleach degrades fibers and can irritate delicate baby skin.  Softeners coat fabric fibers and diminish absorbency.
  • Start with a cold rinse to help prevent stains.
  • Next run a hot wash with soap or detergent. Baby Cotton Bottoms sells detergents that have a proven track record of working well on cloth diapers.
  • Follow with a second run a hot wash without detergent or an additional cold rinse. 
  • Dry fitteds by hang drying to best preserve elastics. 
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