All-in-one cloth nappies, also known as AIOs, are a type of reusable nappy that combines the absorbent layer and the waterproof cover into one piece. Here's how they work:
- Absorbent layer: The inner layer of an AIO cloth nappy is made of absorbent materials, such as hemp, bamboo, or microfibre, which soak up any liquids.
- Waterproof cover: The outer layer of the AIO diaper is typically made of waterproof or water-resistant material, such as PUL (polyurethane laminate) to keep moisture from leaking out.
- Poppers or Velcro: Most AIO cloth nappies fasten with poppers or Velcro tabs, making them adjustable to fit babies of different sizes.
To use an AIO cloth nappy, you simply place the absorbent layer against your baby's skin, fasten it around their waist using the poppers or Velcro tabs, and you're done! AIO nappies are easy to use and convenient, as you don't have to worry about adding extra inserts or covers. They are also an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to disposable nappies, as they can be washed and reused many times.