Some say, though, that the best method for storing cloth diapers is in an open hamper with lots of air holes. The air circulation supposedly keeps down the stink. If you use an open pail, choose one with no holes in the bottom and and no holes a couple of inches up. If you choose not to wring out your poopy diapers after they’ve been sprayed off, you don’t want that water puddling on your floor.
These are nice covers and were my #1 in their newborn size options. They’re pretty roomy and wide through the bum. The Capri cover has flaps in the front and back to hold in an insert and help keep baby’s tummy and back dry. The Coverall version does not have flaps, but is a generally wider diaper cover. Blueberry also makes really wonderful AIO dipes called Simplex. You might get sucked in by their adorable prints.
This is a picture of the newborn size because for some reason I didn’t photograph the blue One Size (OS) I sent you.
Rumparooz is another good quality diaper from Kangacare. Sometimes these can be found on Zulily. Again, double gussets and soft two layers of PUL. Kangacare also makes AIOs, pockets, and you can get them with Aplix (Velcro) closure instead of snaps.
I don’t know much about FuzziBunz – I don’t hear a lot of chatter about them. A positive is that it’s really easy to switch out the leg elastic if/when they wear out. You can also adjust the length of the leg elastic with a little button, which is nice if your baby has super chunky legs or Dobby legs.
In this video, the reviewer explains the leg elastic adjustments.