I’ve been slowly working through my stash to write all the reviews before my cloth diaper days are done, because my youngest is going to potty train, and I’m probably going to take on new adventures like my podcast, and maybe a job. One of the diapers, I recently acquired is the Thirsties AIO and it deserved a review.
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If you don’t already know, Thirsties Baby is a fab company supporting it’s customers with cloth diapering in numerous ways. They have a great online support group and social channels.
Thirsties also makes their cloth diapers in the United States. These are American Made diapers with a fairly reasonable price point.
It’s worth noting there are two all in one cloth diapers made by Thirsties. This is review features on their first design with a single microfibre tongue. There is also a natural all in one with a double tongue. You can check out the differences here on YouTube.
This is a one size cloth diaper with a weight range of 8-40lbs. It comes in hook & loop and snap. I have the snap because that’s my personal preference.
Inside the diaper is a single tongue attached to the front. This tongue is made of 4 layers of microfiber terry and lined with a microfleece. The body of the Thirsties One Size All in One is also microfleece. The exterior is waterproof.
There’s nothing that needs to be added or snapped. It’s all sewn in making this a beautifully simple all in one cloth diaper.
This is a quality cloth diaper.
It fits very similiar to the NAIO, but I would say it’s smaller than Thirsties Pocket cloth diaper.
It’s trim and neat, but because it’s microfiber it has a side of fluff to it. Microfiber is just a fluffy thing and makes things feel big, but it’s not too much, and it works great for daytime use for my moderate wetter.
Would I recommend the Thirsties AIO?
Hmmmmmmm. Tough question.
I don’t like microfibre. But I don’t like how the Thirsties NAIO wears.
I wouldn’t recommend an entire stash of these because I would be worried they might de-fluff overtime and become less absorbent because microfibre has a tendency to shed.
I think you should buy the Thirsties NAIO over the AIO because I feel the NAIO would be a better long-term experience.
Let me know what you think of the Thirsties AIO in the comments.
I’ve only had mine 4 months now and use it semi-regularly.
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