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Style of cover: Snap cover
Price Range: $12-$18
Made by: Motherease
The Motherease Air Flow™ Snap Cover, with adjustable snaps at the waist and leg openings has an air ventilation system between the snaps.
This allows for maximum air circulation as baby moves, reducing the risk of bacteria by keeping the temperature inside the cloth diaper down.
The Air Flow™ cover is to be used with either the One Size™ or Sandy's™ fitted cloth diapers to create a breathable, leakproof diapering system.
The Rikki Slim is a very slim fitting Velcro® cover specially designed to fit over EconoME diapers as well as other fitted diapers such as the One Size™ or Sandy's™ cloth diapers.
Both available in hook and loop closures. The hooks have a soft plush backing as well as "no leak" fold back laundry tabs.
Photo credit: Thanks to Motherease
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I don't much care for my ME Rikki wrap. It doesn't fit my chunky little ds as well as I'd like.
I bought ME Sandy's and love them. They are wonderful and so soft. My son wears it to bed with an Air-rika cover and the outside of the dipe isn't even wet in the morning. Great absorbency.
My next favorite are the ME Air-Flows. A good night time or when baby may not be changed for a bit and you don't want wet clothes. The multiple snaps are nice for my son's growing and shrinking legs!
I usually use a Sandy with an Air-Flow with no problem, but with the Bumpy, there was a strong ammonia smell in the morning.
Finding covers is a bit of a challenge. The Air-Rikka's work, but leave marks on her legs and are poofy.
Air-Flow snap on covers work incredibly well with either pinned diapers or snap diapers or Velcro® diapers. They are excellent with breath-ability and keeping the sheets dry at night! My only complaint is that the back is not fully cut enough, so baby tends to have red marks on the front of her thighs in the morning. This may just be my baby's chubby legs though.
I use the Rikky wraps too. They are terribly durable - a good buy in my book. The Aplix (Velcro®) is one of the most industrial I've seen, and my covers have outlasted the first child, and no doubt the second will use them as well. Rikky's have a flap in the front so that you can tuck the diaper inside, and the waist-band of pants never touches the diaper, no matter how squirmy your little one is. This is an ingenious feature which none of the others I've tried has.
The Motherease Air-Rika is by far the best cover on the market for Motherease diapers!
As for covers I love the Air-Flow cover by Mother-ease because it makes for a great fit over their diapers.
Well, I love the Proservice prefolds and the Ricci Wrap.
My second favorite is the Mother-ease Ricci Wrap (although if I'm not careful, it will scratch my baby's tummy).
I really like the Kushies Classics. At night I cover them with an Air Rika or an Alexis.
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