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Nicki's Diapers One Size Snap Bamboo All in One Cloth Diaper - Into the Woods

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Nicki’s Diapers All in One Diapers are a simple and easy way to cloth diaper your baby. The waterproof cover and absorbent interior are attached, so it functions as one unit; no need to add anything else!

Take comfort in knowing these diapers are free of the chemicals that are found in disposable diapers.


Nicki’s Diapers Bamboo All in One Diaper is specially designed with your baby’s comfort in mind. With a waterproof outer cover lined with bamboo and rolled elastic material around the legs-all messes will be contained while being extra gentle. Take comfort in knowing these diapers are free of the chemicals that are found in disposable diapers.

The Bamboo All in One diapers feature thirsty bamboo terry. Bamboo Terry is fast to absorb and locks onto moisture while being a soft and gentle fabric.

Heavy Absorbency

All in One Bamboo Diapers offer our Heavy Absorbency, which is usually sufficient absorbency for even the most hydrated baby!

All of Nicki’s Diapers Products are designed in the USA and responsibly created and sourced in China and Pakistan.

Preparing for Use

It’s always recommended to wash any new cloth diapers products before use, to remove any dust from manufacturing and shipping.

With Natural Fibers, we recommend washing these inserts 3-5 times with detergent, drying in between to maximize absorbency. Natural fibers will become more absorbent over time. If you prefer to use after one wash, note that you will need to change sooner or add additional absorbency.

You can simply throw your new products in the wash with your normal laundry or diaper laundry. We recommend you do not use fabric softener or bleach on any cloth diaper products.

How to Use

Nicki's Diapers One Size Bamboo All in One are easy to use!

To Use:

1) Adjust front snaps to desired size
2) Secure waist snaps
3) Roll in leg elastics
4) Wash after Use

Wash and Care

Washing Your Bamboo All in Ones:

1) Remove solids: Knock solids into toilet, Dunk n’ Swish, use a diaper sprayer, or diaper liner to help.

2) Remove prefold from the diaper cover before washing

3) Run a rinse cycle on cold.

4) Run a full cycle wash on warm/hot with additive-free detergent. We recommend the use of Tide detergent. Do not use detergents with added softeners or stain removers.

5) For best results, run one more rinse cycle on warm/cold.

6) Line dry or tumble dry or on low/medium.

Care For Your Diapers:

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.

Nicki’s Recommendation

We recommend having at least 6-10 Bamboo All in Ones per day.


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    Tami T.
    Great absorbency/Get the snaps!

    The absorbency is fantastic with these diapers! My heavy wetter can go all night with no leaks! These diapers are SO soft and I like the rolled elastic at the legs (make sure you roll it in to avoid moisture wicking). They run a little smaller than other brands, but have a perfect fit for my skinny legged little girl (the elastic is soft so larger legs would not have a problem). I absolutely LOVE the snap version, and would recommend it to all cloth diapering parents; however, the hook and loop is not the best. I wish I could trade it in for another snap, because the diaper fabric is too soft/flexible to protect my baby's belly from the rough strip-it rolls into her belly, leaving red rub marks. The laundry tabs, on the hook and loop, do not hold the wing tabs well enough, so it gets stuck to other items in the load. Yes, hook and loop is easier for many, but I would not recommend it.

    Amazing Diaper!!!

    I absolutely love these diapers. My LO is an extremely heavy wetter and "power ***'r". He pees through most diapers immediately. Not these! These hold him until a normal change time. They are very generously sized, he can fit with no rise unsnapped and one rise unsnapped at 8 months old. They are not bulky at all. I personally love the rolled elastic feature and don't find it takes me any more time than a diaper without it, as I usually check the legs for a proper fit anyway, so I just tuck in the elastic at the same time.

    Hannah P.
    Nicki's Bamboo AIO OS

    Pros: *Incredibly good fit, even on my chunky-monkey 2 month old who is wearing 9 month clothes! I can tell it is going to fit him until *****-training (we ***** trained his brother at 22 months and plan to do the same with him). *Velcro seems strong and well-attached. *Very soft, well-designed, well-made diaper. *Holds huge BM's like they aren't even there. *Incredibly affordable. *Wide range of colors and prints for the same price. *Very trim - surprisingly - for all the punch it packs. Cons: *Not made in the USA. That is literally the only bad thing I can see. Good to know: *The snap-in bamboo-terry insert takes a long time to dry. This is not a con; it just IS (because they absorb SO much liquid, they take longer to dry). Bottom line, I would buy 30 of this diaper if I had the budget, I would recommend them to friends and strangers alike, and the company has been easy to work with. Two thumbs up. Just really, really wish they were made in the US.

    Best bang for your buck!

    Technically I would give this diaper 4 1/2 stars, because it is allllmost perfect, but not quite. This diaper never leaks, is trim, and at a great price point. The only thing I don't care for about the diaper is that you have to roll the leg casing in after you put it on. I feel like an AIO is supposed you be quick snap and go, and that kind of defeats the purpose of having an AIO. There are other brands of diapers that have rolled elastic, but the difference is that they are sewn so that it automatically rolls in, these are not. If they would just tweak the pattern slightly, and have them roll in automatically (think old bGE) it would be the perfect diaper. Since rolling the legs in got old, I stretched the elastic tightly and sewed a casing on each side, so now I don't have to roll it every time, and it is so much better. It hasn't led to any wicking or anything like that, just a much quicker diaper change with an awesome diaper!