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Ok so I just posted about this really great deal on Zulily, but then I did some research on the name brand to see what kind of quality they were and ended up here: ALVA baby
apparently the diapers they sell on Zulily are the alva diapers re-branded and double the price. What do you guys think? Ever purchased from alva baby before?? The prices on those diapers seem WAY too good to be true. What in the world can they be made of...and am I supporting child labor in china or something by purchasing these diapers? Thoughts? I have about a billion g diapers already, so Ella needs NO more diapers, BUT I figured I may pick her up a couple of newborn AIO's just because....
Mom to 4 beautiful girls, 4 handsome little guys and our princess....
Lurking- My sister has used nothing but those for my nephew since he was a few months old (he's turning two Sunday!) and she loves them! She is also using them for my niece who is 2m old
Yeah, they're one of the "cheaper" diapers that you either love or hate- there's no in-between. I have some of those (not Alva brand, but others) that work great for us even though there are people who hate them. The biggest thing with a pocket is making sure you 1) change them enough and 2) use good absorbant inserts
If you use them, I'd stay away from the inserts they come with (I've head they suck) and use maybe a minky plus a hemp, or use the insert they came with but definately pair it up with something else. And don't dry them (dry them once to make sure the PUL seals). Let them hang dry so you don't wear out the PUL.