As a cloth diaper blogger, I took it upon myself to try all the training pants. And, I pretty much did. I might have missed some, but I got most of them, and I still have one more child. If there’s a pair of cloth training pants I didn’t review but you want to know more about drop me a comment because I’d love to make it happen.
I used cloth training pants with my first child for these reasons; however, for my second it’s definitely more a mom sanity moment. We will be using them because she is fierce and I am busy and I don’t want her peeing on the couch. Unfortunately, she’s a smaller size than my first, so I’m tasked by an entirely new stash of training pants just for her.
Which cloth training pants will I buy again? These ones. Because to me, these are the best cloth training pants on the market. These are the ones that meet all of my needs as a consumer in the potty training space. As I go through potty learning with my second, these are the learning pants or the cloth underwear that I trust to help keep the mess in tact while keeping my couch dry and encouraging positive potty learning.
Training Pants Worth Buying
Whenever I see this question asked in a cloth diaper group, “which potty training pant is the best?” These are the three I am mostly to recommend. They aren’t cheap, they are about the same price as most other training pants on the market, but they do an amazing job and worth checking out for you and your family.
- Sloomb Trainers – seriously, absorbency is second to none.
- Thirsties Potty Training Pant – this new product from Thirsties is truly top-notch, it is a great fit and absorbency.
I also really like these two cloth options because of the simplicity or feature they have.
I’ll also be stocking up on Hannah Anderson trainers next time I see them on Zulily because they are really great for when you’re fully in underwear but just having accidents every couple of days.
If pooping in pants becomes an issue, then I’ll add a few more the side snap Omaiki Cloth Training Pants to our stash because that’s the best underwear to take off a poopy child. Buy it today at Omaiki (Canada)
What about the Training Pants I won’t Buy Again
There are lots of cloth training pants I won’t buy again, and a few that work but are mediocre in the array of different options.
You really need to find what’s best for you and your budget. The Super Undies, Smart Bottoms and the Nicki’s Diapers trainers didn’t work well for my first born, but I’ve had them out this week because my daughter is small. They fit her so much better than my son, and because of her small bladder work better. She’s definitely a light wetter.
Sometimes what doesn’t work for one child might work for a different child. It is an important reminder that works for me doesn’t work for everyone else either.
This is a great reminder that what worked for one child doesn’t work for another. Which, like with cloth diapers, there is no perfect training pant. I might think these are the best, but that’s only true for me and my family.
If you used training pants in your house, what worked for you?