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In June, I bought a dozen Re-uz-m all-in-one, flannel covered diapers from the Kids Catalog Outlet store (outlet for Natural Baby and others). They were adorable and seemed well-made. However, within a week, the snaps were popping off. I contacted one of their distributors, who was kind and helpful, and told me that the company had had a "bad batch" of diapers and that I should pull on each snap to see if they were secure since the loose snaps could pose a choking problem. I checked each one per her instructions, but they continued to fall off. Since I thought it was a batch problem, I went back to the store and told them my problem, where they hesitatingly replaced three of the diapers. They said I was the only one who'd had the problem and they had no knowledge of snaps coming off. While I was there, I bought more of the diapers, this time in a different size.
Within a week, these snaps were popping off, too. For the past two months, every time I take the diapers out of the wash, more snaps have come off, and now the diapers are disintegrating. This morning, I threw away about five or six diapers. Out of all that I bought, I now have four that are useable. I can't find a telephone number or address for the manufacturer. The manager at the outlet store was not very helpful. I'm very disappointed in this product. I'd like to hear from others who have used the flannel-covered all-in-one Re Uz M diapers to see if I've done something wrong (since the diapers came with no washing instructions, but I've washed them according to other AIO instructions from this and other pages) or if they've had this experience, too. Now I'm off to find replacements for my diapers! -- Denice (Feb 23/00)

Re-Uz-ems are great for an overnite diaper! I did find them too bulky to use on my petite 17lb girlie for the day though. They are very absorbent, I use the large on my toddler for the day because they are quick to put on and he does wet heavily! Basically bulky but very absorbent! -- Terro (Sept 28/99)

I have found that all-in-one diapers are the easiest to use... I find that the Re-uz'm all-in-ones are also great diapers. -- Anne Lee

Re-Uz-Em AIO: Did not like, very plastic feeling, stiff abrasive leg openings, large for a small baby. -- Deborah Grace

Reusm diapers tend to leak because they have a flannel cover and even though they have snaps, my son can take them off. Also, this brand is pricey. -- Mary Russell

Reuse'm all in one diapers do not fit my son very well, but are reasonably absorbent. I also like the snaps, and they are durable. -- Mary Russell

Re-Uz-Em All-in-One diaper - I hated the noisey "waterproof" layer hidden inside. It was stiff and didn't seem comfortable for my baby. -- Shannon Brousseau


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