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Diaperaps are great. I was using Nikkys before I found Diaperaps and I prefer them over anything that I have tried so far. They come in cute patterns and I have had maybe 2 or 3 leaks so far. The gussets fit comfortably around my son's legs. They are breathable but not recomended for night time usage. As my son gets older, during the night his onesies are usually damp when he awakes for feedings. Washing is really easy and they dry quite fast although sometimes the pooh stains are hard to get out in the gussets. -- Masah (August 16/01)
Diaperaps - The two covers I bought didn't last. One is completely porous, the other leaks. We only used them at night for a month or two, before they quit working. I will not be buying them again. -- Lyn (Mar 11/00)
I have used cloth off and on for the last 5 yrs. I started with Diaperwraps and tried them again recently. They are inexpensive but have several probs. They do eventually wick moisture to the outside, even when washed very delicately. The stitching is done after the waterproofing so eventually the stitching wicks moisture. They are nice and snug for thin thigh children but the Velcro® does scratch tummies and thighs. I've moved on to traditional plastic pants and am much happier. -- Beth in WA (Jan 13/00)
I've had pretty good success with Gerber newborn sized DSQ prefolds. I've used them with a combination of Dappi, Prowrap and Diaperap covers and so far so good! I'm new at this, but using the prefolds and Velcro® covers has been pretty hassle-free and I'm happy enough so far. -- Amelia W. (Dec 13/99)
I like Diaperaps covers. I saw some negative comments on the list, but I've had nothing but positive results with mine. I have some new, and some that I purchased at a yardsale for $1 each. They are all still working great, and do a wonderful job of holding in runny messes because they have deep leg gussets. They dry quickly too. They are not very breathable though, if rashes are a problem. -- Cindy in PA (Aug 28/99)
Diaperaps are inexpensive and now I know why. The Velcro® always scratches my baby's tummy and legs and they soak through after only 1-2 hrs. -- Laura (Aug 6/99)
We tried used Diaper Raps, but were not pleased at all. The Velcro® wouldn't stay in place on some and on every wrap, the front would fold down allowing the Velcro® to scratch our baby's tummy. We have a couple other brands on order at the moment. -- Becky (Jul 11/99)
Dislikes - Dappy Velcro®, Gerber Velcro®, Nikky Cotton, Aristocrats (Cheaper NZ Soaker better, IMO) and Diaperwraps... ick -- Jennifer Olson
I love the ME pops! I like them with the Diaperap wrap, rather than the ME wraps, which give a balloon-y look to her butt. -- Tammy Collins-Prasol
I was very disappointed with Diaperaps covers. The cotton prints were adorable, but wicked the urine to the outside almost constantly. The pull on style in larger sizes are okay for putting over training pants with a potty trainer. -- Julie Hill
Diaperaps covers are also good, but avoid the kind that has a cotton outer cover with a waterproof liner. The liner tends to fall apart. This is the earlier version which can be found in many thrift shops. The kind with the waterproof layer bonded to the cover is very good. -- Mary Russell
We really like the Diaperaps covers. They're inexpensive, locally available, easy to put on, and seem to do a better job at holding the diaper in place than the Prowraps or Motherease. My husband refuses to use pins, so these work for us. -- Jennifer Hua
I use them with DIAPERAPS, INDISPOSABLE or DISANA wool covers, so they don't leak, but even if I change them very often my daughter skin is always very wet. -- Roberta Pretelli
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