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Best Bottom Bamboo Cloth Diaper Inserts

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Best Bottom inserts are what make Best Bottom diapers absorbent. They’re quick and easy to use; simply snap it inside the diaper and you’re ready to go!

The hourglass shape allows for maximum absorbency while keeping it trim around the legs. 

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Made with six layers (eight layers in the XL insert!) of silky soft Bamboo Viscose. These inserts may feel more wet on the surface, but as they contain natural materials, many families find this to be a gentler option for baby. Natural Bamboo is a great choice for babies with sensitive skin!

 Best Bottom Bamboo Inserts offer our Super Absorbency, which is usually sufficient absorbency for even the most hydrated baby!

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Available in sizes ranging from Small to Extra Large

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Has an hourglass shape that allows for a better fitand offers heavy leak absorbency

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How to Use Best Bottom Diapers

Best Bottom Inserts and Diapers are very quick and easy to use.

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Lay diaper flat and snap in your Best Bottom Insert

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Put on baby and adjust snaps to desired size

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When changing, wipe the interior and if not soiled, snap in a new insert

For wash and care tips print out our downloadable graphic here:

See The Shape!

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Hourglass Design

Best Bottom Inserts are designed with an hourglass shape, providing both maximum absorbency while keeping it trim and comfortable for your baby

How Many Diapers and Inserts Will I Need?

(We recommend preparing for 2-3 days between washes)

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You’ll need 8-12 diaper covers per day

3 cloth diaper inserts

With 3 inserts per cover

4 cloth diapers

Will equal an average of 24 diapers and 72 inserts

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    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Work great

    We have been so happy with these inserts. We have 28 of the medium size bamboo inserts for our 3 month old baby and do laundry every 2-3 days. They do take about 2 days to hang dry in the sun because they are so absorbent. They seem to hold a ton of liquid and we just double up on inserts at night and it works great - no leaking issues for 12 hours! I cut out some microfleece liners to protect the inserts from diaper cream and this also seems to keep her feeling dry. With other inserts the baby seemed to feel the wetness immediately but she never seems to complain with this system. Definitely recommend!

    Erin H.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Best cloth diapering system

    I love the snap-in insert system for cloth diapering. It's so easy. This insert in particular is great also in that it holds a lot of liquid which means it can be used without leaking for many hours if need be. It's great for outings when diaper changing opportunities are limited.

    Holly H.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product


    These are softer than the cotton inserts we are used to. My active baby seems comfortable in them.


    Bamboo vs microfiber

    I am 6 months into cloth diapering and have tried a couple different inserts. I bought the small inserts in bamboo and when we graduated to the mediums (which was very quick) we went with microfiber. We are back to the bamboo and it is entirely because I'm convinced that the microfiber broke down overtime and lost their softness. We also started to get diaper rash which forced us into disposable for a short period of time. Personally, I feel spending the extra couple dollars to get the bamboo is worth it. They hold up better, absorb more and stay softer longer. They do take a little longer to dry, but again, that is because they are more absorbent. Now for the site to get more back in so I can get more!