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All right all right, I was totally wrong. When I opened my package of Geffen Baby Quick Absorbers Plus inserts, I thought, “There’s no WAY this will work with my heavy wetters.” I-was-so-incredibly-wrong. Never has a product surprised me as much as this one. It is so incredibly trim, soft, and absorbent as all heck.
I am thrilled to tell you about this insert and show how I’d fill out a Padded Tush Stats Inserts survey based on how it worked on my two little ones.
The Geffen Baby Quick Absorbers Plus Inserts are made out of five layers of 60% hemp and 40% organic cotton jersey (which is a higher hemp content than anything on the market).
Look at how this compares up against a standard microfiber insert. This is a side view and it really doesn’t do it justice:
The hemp makes the product more durable, absorbent, anti-mildew, and anti-microbial.
Most of the hemp products I own are rough and scratchy, which drives my son nuts. He actually tolerates this one against his skin.
The inserts are 6”x17”
I found that they just barely fit in the covers…there were about 1/2 an inch too long on covers, but that was fine because I would either fold it over or let it be a bit bunched. I show HERE in my gdiapers post how sometimes a longer insert helps give the diaper a shape.
Not folded, but bunched:
Folded down (really, when folded down, it was still more trim than most inserts I use):
Here is how I would fill out a Padded Tush Stats Inserts Survey based on how the Geffen Baby Quick Absorbers Plus Inserts worked on my two children. I have a 2 year old son and a 3 1/2 year old daughter. They are both 27 pounds. They have used these for several months and in that time have been normal to slightly heavy wetters. My son is normal-sized, my daughter is skinny.
Absorbency at Day vs. Night
Like I said, these are incredibly absorbent. They were bullet proof by day, even at naptime. At nights I would stack two and it just wasn’t enough. There are more absorbent inserts that Geffen Baby carries that I would be tempted to try that are more absorbent. I got them to work pretty well at night by laying a Flip Organic insert underneath.
These are made in the USA.
Note from company:
“Layered with other absorbers (or fitteds, prefolds etc.) they would be excellent in a night time diaper for any baby, or alone for a lighter wetter.”
$11.52 for a 3-pack
I consider this a fantastic price ($3.84) for what you are getting.
Have You Tried This Insert?
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Where to Buy
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