Scared of wool? You shouldn’t be! It is one of the great natural fiber products that is available for cloth diapering and beyond! I LOVE wool…shorties, longies, soakers and now Weggings! OH MY! Seriously, wool needn’t be scary. It really is easy to use and wash once you know how. It’s not scratchy or too hot, I promise (I will explain in a bit).
First cool thing I learned…
Spray Lanolin makes my life easier and is amazing!
You don’t have to lanolize wool often and it’s not hard to do. Click here for full directions on how to wash and prep wool. But Wild Coconut Wear’s Spray Lanolin makes it even easier and this stuff smells amazing! (There is an unscented version available as well, I’m just a scent junky.)
Here’s what you do: You just wash your wool, which is basically a soak in luke warm water and some wool wash or if the piece is sturdy and you trust your washer, you can use the hand wash cycle on your washing machine. Instead of having to soak in lanolin, just use the spray and spray onto the wet zone and gently massage into wool and let it dry. That’s it! So easy. It really simplifies things if you use wool a lot, I can’t believe I went two years without ever trying it!
Second cool thing I learned…
Wild Coconut Wear Short Weggings rock!
I’ve used a lot of different kinds of wool, but never something in this style. Basically, it’s a standard soaker body with skinny cut legs, kind of like bike shorts. I had problems with other standard soakers rubbing my daughter’s thighs. She would sometimes wake up with a red looking friction rash from it happening. I was a little skeptical of these at first, but once Sophia started wearing them, Short Weggings totally solved our leg rash problem. These end lower on her leg, slightly above her knees when worn over her night diaper and look more like capri’s over her day diaper. Great to wear on summer nights!
My Wild Coconut Wear Weggings are super well-made and were totally bullet proof at night. Don’t be afraid to put these on a boy either. Skinny jeans on men are in now too, right? Lol
I did recieve lanlolin, wool wash and Short Weggings free of charge from Wild Coconut Wear to review. However, all statements made here are my honest and true opinion.
If you have trouble with synthetic fabrics or have a heavy wetter, wool is a great option for you. I talked a lot about wool in my cloth diapering at night series. Here are two things I discussed that often scare people away from wool.
MYTH: Wool is hot! I can’t use it in the summer! TRUTH: Wool is actually one of the coolest fabrics you can put on your baby. TPU/PUL covers will keep heat and moisture next to the skin and will just make things hotter!
Unlike synthetic fabrics, wool breaths. (Making it cooler than any PUL/TPU cover you could use.) This means that it will actually pull moisture away from the body and evaporate it. Think about how a fan works. The fan is not actually cooling the temperature of a room, instead it works by blowing air across the skin and evaporating sweat. The more sweat is evaporated the cooler you feel. Wool evaporates moisture, the more evaporated, the cooler the bum.
*SUPER HEAVY WETTER TIP* If you want an even drier bum in the morning, leave the pj’s off and the wool uncovered! Let the air get to it. It will be able to evaporate moisture more effectively and therefor keep things even drier. If you still want little one’s skin covered use wool shorties in the summer or wool longies in the winter or in an air conditioned room.
MYTH: Wool has to be babied and it costs a lot! TRUTH: As long as you don’t put wool in the dryer, it’s pretty hard to hurt. It only needs to be washed every few weeks to a month. Wool is naturally antimicrobial. The lanolin on it will react with the urine as it air dries and actually neutralize it. It will continue to do this until all the lanolin is used up, that’s the point the cover starts to smell even when it is dry. You might also notice that it starts to not be as waterproof at this point. That is how you know it’s time to clean and lanolize.
I really do love using wool with cloth diapers. I love supporting these small businesses like Wild Coconut Wear that make it. Remember, wool isn’t scary. If you need help with it, let us know!
Wild Coconut Wear is generously giving away one soaker to a lucky All About Cloth Diapers reader. Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. Good Luck!
Congrats! Cassie C. was the winner!
Jenn is a long-time cloth diaper educator and a passionate small business advocate. She has worked in the reusable diaper industry for over a decade, helping millions of families via her websites All About Cloth Diapers, Thinking About Cloth Diapers and Cloth Diaper Geek as well as hundreds of small businesses during that time. Her goal always to provide simple, reliable information.
Trisha wicken says
I have been wanting to try out wool for my daughter. She soaks through her nighttime diapers and gets her Jammies wet and the bed also. I’ve heard that it is breathe able and great for heavy wetters.
Mandi Hayes says
I love that wool helps to regulate my lo body temperature, keeping him cooler in the hot summer months and warmer during the cold winter!
Love and miss using wool! My lo used it as a baby and I just haven’t been able to size up.
Ashley O. says
I am new to CD, it kind of freaks me out the wool covers, how to lanolize them….eeek!
I’d love advice if I do win this.
I have heard they are wonderful for overnight use!
Samantha Murray says
I love that wool is breathable. My son gets heat rash if he wears any other type of cover. We love our WCW shorties!
Heather Johnson says
I like that the fibers are natural and breathable.
Andrea Slagle says
I’ve heard that wool is very absorbent!
ashley glinka says
Wool has allowed us to cloth at night is been or solution to leaks for my heavy wetter
We LOVE WCW! I love the fact that it’s machine washable. My baby doesn’t even wear regular pants, LOL.
Emily M says
I need to get some spray lano for when my squish gets here. Already stocking up on some WCW pieces.
Amanda D says
It’s the best thing for heavy wetters, its warm, and great overnight diaper
Jenny W H says
They are easy to wash (interlock) and help baby’s bum breathe!
Elisabeth Lehr says
I LOVE using wool as a cover year round. It is simple to maintain and works amazing at night for my son who can soak his night time diaper but the cover is barely damp inside!
LOVE my willies! Much easier to take care of than I thought – i throw them in with my prefolds & spray lanolin after they air-dry. Easy peasy!
Wool was the only thing that worked for us overnight, and now I am starting up a collection of longies for day time use as well! Once you go wool, you never go back!
Lisa S says
I love my WCW! It really is easy!
Anastasia T says
I’ve heard wool is a great night time solution for a heavy wetter.
Lisa Schrag says
I love that you can re wear wool! I also love wcw!
Sara Rodriguez says
Wool is breathable and bulletproof at night!
Katie Kramer says
It’s easy, warm/cool and super cute!
I learned that interlock wool can be washed in the washing machine. It’s so awesome. No more hand washing here.
Wool is awesome for babies who pee a lot!
Wool = diaper cover + clothes in one & you can apply lanolin to dry wool.
Carolyn W says
I use wool and I love my interlock! Wool stretches to fit your baby and there are so many lanolin options from the traditional lano baths (great for heavy wetters and overnights), to spray lano (perfect for touch ups and light wetters), to lano wash (just the right amount for light wetters), and even dry lano rubs (a happy medium between the heavy lano wash and the lighter options). Love my woollies =))
Samantha S says
That wool is great for heavy wetters. :)
Matthew Eagleton says
Wool covers are amazing and keep both my kids dry nearly every single time – being a busy dad with 2 kids under 3 it makes it so simple to keep my kids free from being wet whilst they are asleep, in turn waking them up
Miriam Matheny says
I’ve heard wool is a great night time option. We don’t have any in our stash yet, but plan on trying them.
Liz F says
I love that it breathes and absorbs some. It also doesn’t have to be washed after each use.
Hannah Clark says
We love wool! Its actually very breathable, and great for my kids sensitive skin. We recently purchased our first pair of WCW shorties. They are amazing!!!!
I have been looking at wool covers for awhile & trying to find a few that would fit the budget. My son is very rash prone so I think it would be great for his skin. I love that wool is easy to care for ( only have to wash every 2 weeks) & it is anti microbial , so the wool that actually sanitizes itself :).
Jessica Miracle says
No leaks would be awesome!! I have a pretty heavy night time wetter.
kassi peerman says
I have never used wool but have been told that it’s fantastic and the onlyway to go for overnight cloth diapering.
Sara Strum says
Jenn Hyatt says
I have a super heavy wetter and we’ve been through every combo/type of cloth for overnight. I have several friends who tell me that wool is our best option and will “definitely work” though I’ve heard the same thing about the other combos we’ve tried! I have a hard time swallowing the price for something that may not work. :-/ I’ve heard, but it may or may not be true, that when wool is lanolized properly that it doesn’t hold the ammonia smell… is that true? is it because of its antimicrobial nature?
Jennifer Reinhardt says
After a use if it is wet, let it dry. If it still smells like pee, you need to wash and re lanolize. If it dries and smells good, you just continue to use. That is because of the lanolin in addition to the antimicrobial properties.
Jenn Hyatt says
thank you, Jennifer!
Aurora P says
Natural fibers, dry fast and don’t need to wash them every use, only if soiled or every 3 weeks or so.
I used exclusively wool, mostly handmade by me, with our first, and love love loved it. Now with our second baby, we do about half wool half pul since I don’t have as much time for knitting these days. I’ll tell ya, nothing beats wool even in Texas summers :)
Judy P. says
Wool is naturally antimicrobial! Who would have thought?
I have t used it yet due to cost but wow, only having to wash every few weeks! Wow!
April Bergkamp says
We love wool here!!! No more rashes on my lo’s legs and the only thing that keeps her dry at night.
Katrina H says
I have heard it is breathable and the best night time leak protection.
I love how breathable wool is. I put my son in a wool cover and flats overnight, and he never wakes up with any redness at all. I’ve also discovered how nice some of the lanolin scents are – I love them!
Raina Hood says
I’ve heard great things about it with the natural fibers. It’s just so expensive we haven’t used any.
Tracey N says
I heard wool is best for night time use and keeps in leaks. I’m just scared of wool because it’s a new territory for me.
Veronica C says
I have wool! Just been hesitant to try it as I get more into cloth diapering. This is encouraging!
I’ve heard that wool works really well at preventing leaks when used overnight.
I hear that wool soakers are great for nighttime wear.
it’s fool proof!
Vicki H says
I’ve never tried wool but I’ve heard that its breathable.
Jessica O says
I have heard they are bullet proof but washing and lanolizing them scare me!
They are natural, breathable, and absorb a lot more! Thanks!
Amy Hall says
I’ve actually never tried, but am interested to.
Beth Flumignan says
I love wool. It breaths, it actually works, it’s all natural and let’s be honest…possibly the cutest way to cloth diaper. :)
Shilo Wheatley says
I have heard wool is breathable and great for overnights!
Denise kellepouris says
I have tried one wool cover for night time and haven’t had a single leak! I love that wool is naturally antimicrobial!
Katie F says
I hear it’s great for heavy wetters. No more nighttime leaks!
Sara Sherrell says
They are easy! Just throw them on the towel rod to dry no matter how gross they seem. So I have heard anyway.
I love that wool is a natural fiber since it will so close to baby all day. Plus, its antimicrobial!
Breathable and good at reducing leaks! :)
Alexandra M says
i heard it is very breathable and the perfect soaker/cover for night time plus with the longies you wont need another pant on top once it gets colde cause wool perrfectly regulated temperature while still avoding overheting- isn’t that awsome?!
Nikki Gelinas says
Wool is breathable and its great overnight!
Hugging a baby in wool is more cuddly.
I have heard great things about wool being good for heavy wetters.
I can’t wait to try wool. Natural fibers= awesome!!!
Jennifer Beilby says
I love that it doesn’t need to be washed after every use. I have enough laundry to do. :)
I love that they are awesome for overnight leak protection, and how lanolization keeps them clean for longer!
Bethany Perala says
I love that wool works as a great breathable but bulletproof solution for nighttime.
I heard that using wool as a cover is good for overnight. I don’t know much but I like the thought of using a natural fiber over synthetic.
Mariah P says
I keep hearing that wool is the BEST solution to overnight leaks. Don’t know about y’all, but I find that exciting!
Jodi Armstrong says
I’ve heard they are more breathable & are really easy to clean.
Tell us one good thing you have heard about using wool over cloth diapers. Ex: about natural fibers or ease of use…… I’ve heard its great for rashes
Angela Watson says
I’ve heard it’s very breathable.
Valerie S says
I’ve heard how well wool breathes.
Would love to try wool
Sarah Bowers says
Wool is amazing! Do not be afraid of it. Interlock wool especially is super easy and fun to use.
I’m also really glad I found AACD through this giveaway! Can’t wait to read more :)
Jennifer Reinhardt says
Thanks so much Sarah! It’s so nice to read something like that. :)
I’ve heard it keeps the sheets dry at night!
katie s says
I’ve heard wool is great for nighttime, and there is no smell!
mellisa patterson says
I’ve heard they are very breathable, and keep baby cool even in the summer bc of the breathability
Diana M says
The lanolizing is what scares me!
Jennifer Reinhardt says
Use the spray! It’s so easy :-)
Trisha W. says
I’ve heard they are great for night time and heavy wetters.
Amanda D says
Have heard wool is great for heavy wetters.
Marian F. says
I know that wool is more breathable, great during the summer and best for nighttime cloth diapering.
Erin B. says
No leaks! I only have one wool cover and would love another one!
Kaitlin L. says
I heard that they are good for summer or winter. I had always thought that it would be too hot. I always thought that wool was itchy and uncomfortable too but that isn’t true with some wool.
Elena U. says
I once asked what they used before plastic pants….wool was the answer! I want to try it out, and I’d also like to look at felted wool. Natural fibres, waterproof, breathable…how much better can it get?! :-P
sharon b says
I’ve heard wool is more breathable and is a good cover for heavy wetters. I’ve never been brave enough to try wool though.
Love wcw woolies! So soft, comfy, and keeps my baby dry both day and night.
Wool covers are so breathable, soft, and stretchy! Best thing ever!
Stacey s says
I love using wool because its natural! WCW is a great brand and I love putting their wool on my babe!
I’ve heard how great it is for overnight, but have never used it. Would love to try!
Amy green says
We love wool. So soft and durable. Love how cool it stayed in our over 100 degree summer.
Wool is so soft and can be a wonderful night-time solution.
I love wool and want more, it is seriously bulletproof!
Kari Barone says
I have heard that wool is naturally antimicrobial, breathable, and great for heavy wetters overnight-leak proof.
Judith Martinez says
Wool is much more breathable then other cover materials.
Cara McMillan says
Just bought my first wool cover for my son thanks to your encouragement! Now I’m going to buy some weggings for my 6 month old daughter! Checking out the Wild Coconut wear site right now! I’ve heard it is great for a heavy wetter & my son is 2 1/2, has been daytime potty trained since 25 months, but still wakes up many mornings SOAKED from knees to chest with a Flip cover and prefold with booster inserts. So sick of the extra laundry & the fact that he wakes up extra early on the days he is soaked. I hope wool with a fitted is our trick (& I pray he lets me put it on him…getting a diaper on a potty trained toddler is a nightmare! But a must for overnight for us right now!).
I would LOVE to see a blog post about the options for diapers to wear under wool. Are fitteds my only option?? If I’ve missed it, please post a link!
Jennifer Reinhardt says
You could also use prefolds or flats fastened with a snappie or boingo. If you use inserts they will shift around under the cover and bunch.
amy acevedo says
I always hear that it is awesome at night!
Caroline Guthrie says
It’s not as hard to care for as I originally thought and my little guy is so much more comfortable overnight with his naturally wooly fluffy bum :-)
I’ve learned how easy interlock can be to care for. I love washing my wool in the washing machine :)
I heard it’s really not that hard to take care of
Kristen M. says
I’ve learned that it’s nearly leak proof at night- and I agree! Wool is my favorite thing to use at night!
Andrea Merrill says
I have learned it is great for heavy weepers and overnights.
Andrea Merrill says
Wetters* stupid autocorrect
These look awesome! I’m just finished toilet training one, but my next is due in Nov and I am looking for some wool longies for nighttime use in our drafty house. :)
Jessica Forsman says
I adore wool, but have still not tried WCW. I have
heard nothing but good things about WCW
from dear friends and should take the plunge!!
Good luck everyone.
Thank you so much Atumn for all the insight
on CDing with your well written reviews.
I’m a huge fan.
Liberty T. says
I have heard that wool is more breathable and more absorbent.
I would love to try these out. I love using wool covers because of how breathable they are
I have been using WCW wool exclusively for years. Hands down my FAV WAHM product. Awesome customer service and outstanding quality product. Her creativity is amazing!
Hannah G says
Great for heavy wetters, especially overnight once they are finally sleeping through the night
Wool is breathable, letting air get to your baby’s booty and helping keep them cool and rash free.
Melissa C says
Kimberly R says
I use wool covers over flats for reenacting in summer, and they work GREAT in hot weather!!! It’s the only thing that keeps Jr. cool in the really big heat (like 150th Gettysburg, over 100°F, or 150th Spotsylvania, in the high 80°s & 90°s)–without a heat rash. TPU & PUL just couldn’t match it.
I’ve heard great things about wool and certainly have a heavy wetter. I haven’t been brave enough to try it though. If I won this drawing it would be fun to see just how awesome it is for my daughter. She can’t handle synthetic fibers inside her diapers, so this is just one more reason that wool might be a good option for us.
Ainee Ramos says
wool is a natural antimicrobial and doesn’t need to be cleaned until it smells like pee
Andrea Geuther says
I just had my first! and I have been only using cotton prefolds and fitteds with wool covers. I
Andrea Geuther says
Love them. :)
Kimberly Worrell says
Its so breathable
Elizabeth Voss says
Fitteds are all that works on my super skinny baby and wool keeps her breathable and out hands dry. I was scared at first but it was so easy! I’ll never go back to pul covers
I am a HUGE fan of WCW. Wool is the best cover.
Katie r says
Love my wool soakers. Spray on lanolin sounds divine! Hope I win!!
Wool for cloth diapering is the bees knees. I try to convert people all the time. Have no fear!!
that theyre great for night and hold a ton of moisture!
Wool is the only thing that gets us through the night.
Becky Naylor says
I love wool at night. And the only reason I don’t use it during the day is I only have one cover, and I like it to air out after and overnight.
Coryell Perez says
I haven’t tried will yet, but would like to!
+Kristin Propst says
I just beginning to use wool! Thanks for the information so wool doesn’t have to be scary!
Patricia B says
I love wool! It really is a lot easier to use than I thought it would be. Wool and fitteds is the only nighttime solution that works for my super heavy wetter!
I can’t wait to start using wool on my little man’s fuzzy bum! The way it allows air to circulate while dissipating liquids from around his tush will hopefully help us avoid some of the rash problems I had with my first!
jenn Hampton says
I’ve heard that wool is basically a bullet proof night time solution for even the heaviest wetter.
I love wool over fitteds for my kiddo’s sensitive skin, and I love putting her in longies I’ve made myself!
I heard loooots of great things and always wanted to try one. In the meanwhile I have tried fleece covers and like them a lot.
Sherri Fetzer says
I absolutely love wool! I learned that the breathability, especially over night diapers, leaves my little ones bum without any rashes. I also learned that interlock wool is easy to care for.
Mary C. says
That it is really easy to use and care for. However, I am still too chicken to really give it a try. Something about not washing it often just makes me cringe!! I want to though, I have a couple of really nice soft sweaters that are waiting to be upcycled if I ever get the nerve to cut them up.
We love wool at night for a heavy wetter. The breathe ability is great for our LO with eczema
That wool is breatheable which allows airflow that covers do not. I also heard it is a lot easier to use than people make it sound.
Tracie D says
Wool is so breathable and makes a great night time solution.
Kari Meeker says
i’ve learned it is awesome for overnights and and that it is almost fool proof for rash prevention.
Christy Miller says
Wild coconut wear is amazing! I have a 22 month old tummy sleeper who is a VERY heavy wetter! I use weggings or shweggings over a high quality/absorbency fitted diaper (bububebe sleepytimes) and I heavily lanolize my overnight wool… I have not had a damp sheet (well other than his drool!) since starting it!
Angela Jacquot says
Love wool for bedtime and I’m wanting to try these!!! They Are too Adorable and perfect for this winter!
Liz B says
Love WCW! Amazing quality, awesome colors and incredible customer service.
Ashley skinner Starnes says
Liz B says
Love WCW! Amazing quality, awesome colors, incredible customer service.
Amanda Alvarado says
I’ve heard with a good fitted under them, they are “bullet-proof” for overnight use!
Natalee C says
Nice and breathable and takes the place of pajama pants.
Eager to try wool!
I learned that wool is much cooler than PUL.
Wool is the ONLY thing I can use to stop night time leaks. I have 2 covers and they are life savers!
Brenda P says
I’ve heard they’re great over fitteds at night because they’re so breathable. I’ve been thinking a about trying it out. This sounds like a good way to get started!
stacy hancock says
i love how well they hold up- truly through multiple children. they’re one of few things i put away for next baby! along with prefolds =)
I love how simple and cheap it is to turn a wool sweater into 3-4 pairs of longies/shorties and how amazingly cute my son looks in them! No more PJ worries! Plus
Fitteds are easy to wash. Wool couldn’t be easier to care for.
Christina Swenson says
I have heard great things about the breath ability of wool.
I’ve heard its great for heavy wetters and I want to give it a try but we’re still using our diaper service…
I love how wool doubles as breathable clothing in the summer and warm, cozy pants in the winter, all while keeping a possibly wet dialer contained until we can do a quick change. And not having to wash every day is a HUGE plus!
April E says
If there was one word for Wool it would have to be AMAZING!!!! I just picked up my first wool cover last week and I love it. So soft and cute but packs tons of big time power, Yeah for Wool!!!
Tract Gordon says
I have heard wool is a bullet proof night time solution. I love that it isn’t going to make my son hotter in the summer since it’s hot and humid where we live.
I have heard it’s nearly impossible to have a leak with wool!
I love WCW wool! It’s great interlock, very well made.
Heather Ann says
I’ve heard there isn’t heat build up but I remain skeptical until I can use and speak from experience. I thought the lanolin was oily and this creating buildup for heat and moisture to not be able to pass through. Guess I need to do more investigating on these because I do have a heavy wetter and he’s a furnace all on his own.
I’ve just started using wool covers on my little guy and I LOVE them–but he won’t last long in these mediums…. Not sure how I’ll feel about them when the weather’s cooler and I’m trying to get him dressed around them. Guess I’ll have to get some trimmer diapers for underneath. :)
My friends told me wool was awesome — and they were right!
Adrienne N. says
I LOVE wool. It’s easy, bulletproof, and cute!
Jamie Brewer says
I love that you don’t have to wash it every day!! Totally easy to use (once you get used to caring for it) and great for babies!
Crystal S. says
I love that wool is so bullet-proof for nighttime use!
I have cloth diapered 2 babies using wool full time. Wild coconut wear is the highest quality on the market. You can’t get a better cover with awesome resale and spectacular customer service. I love supporting a local WAHM as well. Also, neither of my babies has ever had a rash.
Theresa Lyon says
Just got a wool cover. So far liking no leaks and breathable in summer heat!
Chandra Dean says
I haven’t tried it yet but would love too. It sounds pretty awesome!
Devin M says
I have heard so many great things about wool. It is cool in the summer and warm in the winter. I have heard it is an excellent night time solution. I can’t wait to try it!
I’ve been avoiding wool so far, but I think I might have to try it with baby #3. I hear it’s a great nighttime solution.
Wool at night is bullet proof for a heavy wetter!
I haven’t tried wool yet, but would love to try it for my heavy wetter!
Steph M says
I love how wool is breathable.
I hear it is good for nighttime. Can’t wait to try wool, hoping it will help our rash issues.
Jessica Smith says
I haven’t tried wool yet but I have heard it is more breathable and cooler.
We use wool all the time. Mostly, it’s wool covers that I knit or sewed myself. I like it because it works well at keeping baby (his clothes) dry on the outside, even when his diaper is wet. It’s really amazing and hard to believe at first.
I make upcycled woolies for my grandson.
It’s breathable,so baby is less likely to get rashes. We love our wool… only use it at night right now, but really want to replace all our PUL covers!
Abby l-b says
Love wool!!! Never tried WCW but I’m intrigued by these weggings
Amanda Nelson says
I’ve heard wool is great at wicking moisture away. I’ve never tried it and would love to use it on my heavy-wetter!!
victoria W says
I’ve been told if used right, wool can’t be beat for being breathable and absorbent
Monica Q says
Not a mom yet, but I have heard that wool is very comfy and soft against babies skin while staying dry with super absorbancy
Sarah Hayes says
Ive heard that they are easier to use than they seem at first.
I have heard that wool is great if you have a heavy wetter. Also it is a natural fiber and very breathable so will keep your baby cooler in hot weather.
Laura C says
Wool keeps baby cooler- would be great for hot nights with no AC!
Angela Selby says
I love wool because it breaths and is absorbent. Paired with a fitted, it’s my favorite for night time diapering!
Love Wild Coconut Wear! My absolute favourite for nighttime and any time really! :)
Forget “heard,” I have zero leaks with wool for nighttime use. I wish I could afford a few more for other times too!
Rachel Abrecht says
Love my woolies!!
I can’t wait to try wool!
Brittany P says
That wool is breathable and a great night time solution.
abigail morris says
I have learned/ heard that wool is antimicrobial and doesn’t smell the way a synthetic diaper would.
Alma Morphis says
I’m starting to get more and more interested in using wool.
I love wool. I am in the process of converting to wool full time. We’ll at least 90% of the time :)
Tessa G says
Am really enjoying my ancient Aristocrats soakers again. They still do a great job.
I love using wool to let my daughters skin breathe. It is also so cute!
Kristina U says
I love how leak proof wool is.
My wool keeps my heavy wetting DD nice and dry at night.
Anne Perry says
Natural fibers… wicks moisture away. perfect for nighttime.
Jutta P. says
I’ve heard that wool is excellent for a heavy wetter! I love using natural fibers too!