The Dirty Details:
Day Use: 3.5 Bums Up
Overnight Use: 2 Bums Up
Ease of Use: 4 Bums Up
Quality: 3.5 Bums Up
Overall: 3.5 Bums Up
This diaper worked just as well as most of the other pocket diapers we have in our regular stash for daytime use. It has a trim fit on Levi and isn’t too bulky. It’s nice that it comes with both a large and small insert, too. One of the struggles we had when Levi was first born was that a lot of our stash was OS diapers, but even on the smallest settings, the diapers seemed overly fluffy on his butt. If you’re diapering a smaller baby, you can use the smaller insert, which helps cut down on the extra large diaper butt
I had a tough time with this one for overnights. I stole a Zorb II insert from another diaper and had much better success than I did with the microfiber inserts that come with the Diaper Rite. It seemed like when I tried double stuffing with microfiber, it was a recipe for leaks overnight.
Ease of Use:
The Diaper Rite is pretty straightforward and doesn’t have any confusing features. I don’t personally care for the elastic opening on the pocket (I prefer the envelope style so I can shake out a wet insert), but the pocket opening was a nice size for Jason to get his hand into.
As I mentioned above, this diaper doesn’t really have any bells & whistles. Which isn’t a bad thing by any means! I consider it to be a standard diaper of standard quality, and should easily last you through potty training as far as quality and workmanship are concerned.
If you’re looking for an affordable cloth diapers of decent quality to add to your stash, the Diaper Rite is a good option. Diaper Junction sells them for $9.95 each. They also carry lots of other cloth diaper brands, diaper accessories, mama cloth, and baby gear.
Oh, and I can’t forget about the giveaway. Just head on over to my Current Giveaways page to enter to win a Diaper Rite diaper from DiaperJunction.com!!