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- cloth diapers
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- change/crib mats
******NOTE: Sorry we are really low on stock on the Overnight Charcoal Inserts and will be selling them only with our DAY PACKS for the time being. ***********
I am very excited to introduce my new self-help book "How to sleep train your baby in 452 easy steps. One dad's journey from party animal to partLy animal." Upon printing a small batch (100,000 books) of my magnum opus I sadly realised that your kid will be in university by the time you master my 452 steps. Although I highly recommend this encyclopedia to any parent (available in fine bookstores everywhere for $199), it is slightly impractical. If you are in a hurry and want your kiddo to sleep through the night, tonight, you could give our Charcoal Overnight insert a shot:
It Lasts All Night: Parents have used our overnight cloth diaper insert for 10-12 hours at a stretch.
Absorbency: You get 8 layers of absorbency in our inserts that will soak up minor oil spills if necessary.
Stay Dry: Most kids wake up at night because they feel uncomfortable in a wet diaper. The charcoal fabric is completely stay dry. The only way even you will know its wet in the morning is by the weight on the diaper.
No Leaks: There is an extra gusset on the insert that prevents leaks. Add to that there is a waterproof layer of PUL on the underside of the insert that keeps the cover dry as well.
Ideal for: If your kid is a heavy wetter and the regular charcoal insert is not enough to last your baby through the night, only then we would recommend getting one these bad boys. Or if your kid is over 18 months old.
These inserts are awesome! I was a little skeptical about them working for us because we have only ever had one overnight diaper work so just a insert inside our Lil Helper covers sounded to me like a recipe for night time leaks. I was wrong and I am so happy I was! I tried the inserts with both my 3 month old and my 19 month old and it held up great for both! For my 19 month old it is completely soaked in the morning but for my 3 month old it isn't as heavy and even feels dry to the touch (a property of the charcoal bamboo).
Last night, I didn't have any covers to use for night time diapers. My stash right now is only big enough for part time diapering two kids, unless I was doing laundry daily which I can't always guarantee. But I did have overnight inserts and flour sack towels clean, so I placed an overnight insert on top of a pad folded FST (to cover the snaps) inside a plain wipe and reuse cover and it not only held up amazingly overnight, but when my toddler woke up, he immediately pooped and no leaks! I know from experience that if that had been a disposable (usually my only choice when all cloth diapers are in the wash), that poop would be all over the place.
So yes, I strongly recommend you to try these! Carolina Gaytan on 6th Jan 2017
Lil Helpers, you guys ROCK!!! Your inserts are amazing and when i got my package i felt like a little kid at christmas :) Thank you for my handwritten note card and the extra gifts inside. This is definitely A+ customer service!! Your products are my TOP favorite and my little angel will just love them. Corrine Mapendan on 19th Sep 2016
At first I thought the overnight diaper inserts would be too bulky, but after trying them out on my daughter I found that they fit perfectly. They provide greater flexibility when letting your LO sleep longer throughout the night. These inserts are priceless! Doug on 6th Sep 2016
I'm pretty sure these overnight liners are a major part of the reason why my daughter started sleeping through the night at 3 months old in her own room. Unknown on 6th Aug 2016
I purchased this hoping to avoid having to change my five month old baby during the night as he doesn't really wake up except to feed and then go straight back to sleep (most of the time...) I also bought the ordinary charcoal insert to compare it with.
He definitely needs the absorption of the overnight one and I've been using it for a month now.
It works quite well, although I have had a few leaks. I think this is because there is no way to fasten the insert on your baby, which I know is because it is meant to go in a Lil Helper cover. I already have numerous other covers, both wool and PUL, and it can be a little tricky to get the insert to stay in the right place. It works when he only lies on his back, but not on his side.
It would be great you could add a way to fasten it on your baby so that people who don't have the special snap in covers can use them, not have to buy new covers, and know that the insert won't move around.
But overall a product that works well!
Jem on 29th Jul 2016
Usually I need to use regular diapers for overnight use . This insert works so good I was able to use it with NO leaks! Absorbs a ton of liquid! Awesome product and I need more ! DeAnna on 18th Jul 2016
Now that the bambino is a bit bigger, this works great for overnight - way less bulky than other overnight cloth diapering I've tried. Only downsides are that it takes forever to dry on the line, and I wish it would have fit her when she was smaller. Other than that, it's the first time I've cloth diapered overnight and had it work! Unknown on 8th Jul 2016
I love these inserts. I use them for my toddler who's been leaking through her disposable diapers at night. I initially bought 2 to try out, and was so impressed with their absorbency that I bought 2 more! Would definitely recommend. Rose on 20th Jun 2016
I love everything I have ordered from this company and the great service cannot be beat! Awesome, great, wonderful is all I can say. If you are on the fence about ordering from them take my advice and just do it. Jackie Fugate on 19th May 2016
I had been using disposables for overnight because I wanted a trim yet effective overnight diaper. This insert did the trick. My son is 3.5 months old and had this insert for about 10 hours. No leaks, he didn't even feel soaked when I changed him in the morning. The fit is great, not super bulky and very comfy. I am buying 3 more so we can get rid of disposables. Very happy with this product. clara p. on 5th May 2016