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ME Popolinos Reviews
The Mother-ease diaper system consists of three components: a fitted cloth diaper, an absorbent liner for additional protection at night or whenever needed, and a breathable, waterproof diaper cover worn over the diaper. The Stretchy Cotton Terry is specially knit with only cotton touching your baby's delicate skin. Polyester is knit into the base of the fabric to provide strength, durability and shrinkage control. The result is a very reliable product. The Stay Dry is a high tech fabric specially knit to quickly wick away moisture. It is very effective, leaving baby's skin dry to the touch.
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The only diapers that have held up for my dd is the Mother ease one-size and the Sandies Toddle-ease. They are not *cute* IMO, but right now I want durability for my money. -- Sara (Mar 24/00)
Mother-Ease Pops do not fit well on chunky babies. I doubt that they would actually fit a 35 pound child. Although their absorbency is great, their fit and ease of use leaves much to be desired.
Mother-Ease Pops and Sandys. Sandys do offer a somewhat better fit, but the fact that Mother-Ease claims that Pops fit to 35lbs has got to be a joke :) My daughter outgrew her Pops at 24lbs and she's not a fat baby :) This to me is basically false advertising. People invest so much money in ME products expecting them to fit for the "duration" of the diapering years, only to be disappointed to find out that when the investment should pay off the most, they don't fit. I'll never buy another one, or suggest them to new parents... they're a waste of money.
The Cotton Kids work great, especially for nighttime with an Aristocrat, even better than Sandys or Popolinos. I am very satisfied and plan to order some more.
The ME Pops fit my toddler great. He is over 35lbs and chunky, but they fit him very comfortably. They are not bulky and hold up to his wetness well.
Sandy's and Popolinos are great but Pops needs the liner to be absorbent enough. My trouble with both of them is that my baby looks like a stuffed sausage in them!
Popolino diapers - Love them! Very absorbant and soft. Love the snaps, makes for easy, no-fuss diapering!
Our Mother Ease diapers have performed well for both of my daughters (7 months, and 2 years old). The One Size (Pops) didn't fit until my daughter was well over 10lbs, but it fits her well now. It's a little bulky, buy very absorbant, esp. with the snap in liners. I use these at night. I also use
the Two Size (Sandies) for my 2 year old for her night time diaper.
I really like Motherease Popolino diapers. The snaps are so convenient to use and they are very adjustable. I have a few Motherease covers that I like too. I like the Snap-on covers for night as they fit very loosely and let the air circulate. I have never had leaks with these. One thing I don't like is that they give my baby a huge "cloth diapered butt" look. That's another reason I prefer to save these for use at night.
If they go in the dryer with my Motherease Popolinos, the Cotton Baby diapers are dry about half an hour sooner.
We tried Kidco Indisposable, Mother-ease Popolinos. These diapers are not very absorbent as Kushies.
I really like the ME Pops. Even though my baby has skinny legs and waist, they fit her well. They are so soft and easy to use. I highly recommend this product.
Kooshie's wraps fit well over Pops and I like them.
I used Sandy's on my babe but she had chunky thighs and belly so they felt tight when she was 15 lbs. Traded them for Pops and am quite happy with them. They do not leak on her, no blowouts through the leg holes. Finding covers is a bit of a challenge. The Air-Rikka's work, but leave marks on her legs and are poofy.
I find the Popolino's (now called the One-Sized diaper from Mother-ease) a wonderful choice for diapering too. They are so adjustable, they grow with your baby. They provide a good fit, and are almost completely leak-proof (even when baby is sick and has runny poop!). They are durable too! I do have to use a doubler at night, but they sell a snap-in liner that works wonders!
Motherease Diapers: I have found these to be worth the money I paid, though my son is starting to grow out of them. The Popolino is more absorbent than the standard Motherease diaper. I also like the Sandy diaper, which costs less than the Popolino.
It's hard not to love the softness of the Motherease Popolinos. They're super absorbent . . . not only on baby, but also in the washer. The long drying time is my only complaint about these. The snap design is ingenious -- possibly the best closure system on the market
I just love the Mother-ease One-size diaper (Pop) because I only need to buy one size diaper and in the long run that saves money to buying 2 or 3 or 4 sizes of other brands. The size really does go from about 8-10 lbs on up to 35 lbs. They are so easy to use. I can't say enough good things about them. I like the Sandy's at night with one liner inside for extra-extra absorbency.
Motherease Popolino diapers do not have as great a size range as advertised. My son weighs 28 pounds and the one size diaper barely fits him. However, they are very absorbent and easy to care for. I like the Motherease Sandy diapers better because they have elastic in the legs and have three sizes. I also like the Motherease all in one though it takes forever to dry.
See also Mother-ease and Sandy's reviews.
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