In this installment of the Cloth Diaper Fastener series, we’ll give you some of our personal experiences with the various fastener types and at the end, reveal the Gold Medalist in the cloth diaper fastener awards.
Get ready for another installment in the Cloth Diaper Closure Type series of articles! In previous posts, we talked about hook-and-loop and snaps. But it’s not yet time to hop off this ride because we’ve still got three more closure types to go: Snappis, Boingos, and our old-school favourite, safety pins!
In our last post, we explained the ins and outs of the hook-and-loop on cloth diapers. In this installment, we’ll discuss another type: snaps.
There are a surprising number of mysteries around cloth diaper closure types. Like, for example, why does the Velcro® extend past the end of the diaper cover's 'wings'? Why do some cloth diapers have two rows of snaps instead of just one? In this three-part series, we'll explain the different closure options for cloth diapers, and answer some of your head-scratching questions about them.