Nicki's Diapers is a family business founded by Nicki and later joined by her husband Jesse. As a husband and wife team, they worked together to ensure the highest quality products while following responsible environmental and social business practices. The company is now located in Akron, Ohio.
The Imagine One Size Stay-Dry All In One Cloth Diaper is lined with super soft polar fleece to wick away moisture and keep your baby feeling dry. The outer of the diaper is completely waterproof. A 4-layer thirsty microfiber soaker pad snaps into the front of the diaper for customizable absorbency, but still allows for a quicker dry time. This soaker pad is topped with polar fleece to keep baby dry. The gentle leg casings prevent leaks while keeping your baby comfortable.
The Imagine One Size Bamboo All In One Cloth Diaper is lined with buttery soft, yet incredibly absorbent 100% bamboo viscose with a complimenting waterproof outer. An additional bamboo soaker pad snaps into the back of the diaper for customizable absorbency, but still allows for a quicker dry time. The gentle leg casings prevent leaks while keeping your baby comfortable.
The Imagine One Size All-in-Two Cloth Diaper has the absorbency of a pocket diaper or all-in-one but because it is a two part system, inserts snap in and out and the shell's interior is wipeable so it can be reused. You won't need as many covers, making this a really economical way to cloth diaper your baby!
The Imagine Pocket Diaper comes with a free adjustable insert made of 4 layers of thirsty microfiber. The lining that touches your baby is a super soft no-pill fleece and the outer layer is a waterproof yet breathable material that will guard against leaks.
Diaper covers only need to be washed once before using them on your baby! Any inserts or diapers with natural fibers such as hemp, bamboo, or cotton will need to be washed and air/line dried 5-6 times before use to strip the natural oils and reach full absorbency. Organic fibers such as organic cotton will need to be washed and dried upwards of 6 times.
2) Remove any snapped in or stuffed absorbency materials before washing
3) Running a rinse cycle on cold
4) Run a full cycle wash on warm/hot with additive-free detergent
5) For best results, run one more rinse cycle on cold
6) Line dry or tumble dry or on low heat
Fabric softeners and rash creams can ruin the effectiveness of the absorbency. We recommend you do not use them. If you need to use a rash cream, we recommend the use of a liner along with cloth diaper-friendly products.Dirty diapers and inserts should not go unwashed longer than 2-3 days for risk of staining.