A little about Sunbaby Diapers
Sunbaby Diapers was created by Sun pei when she found out about cloth diapers when her son was 5 months old. She thought that modern cloth diapers would do well in the market in Shanghai, China and so Sunbaby Diapers were born. Made with quality materials Sunbaby Diapers are manufactured right in Shanghai. Sun pei is the only seller of her diapers in China which helps to keep the costs down for customers while maintaining a profit to allow for her workers to have fair labor conditions and not have to work overtime.
About the diaper
- One-size diaper (fits 7-35 lbs)
- 2 sizes (Size 1 for smaller/skinnier babies and Size 2 for bigger/chunkier babies and toddlers)
- Pocket diaper
- PUL outer
- PUL Insert Stopper
- Plush microfleece inner
- Snap closure
- Hip snaps to prevent wing droop
- Snap-down rise with 3 settings
- Choice of microfiber, bamboo or blend inserts
We received a simply adorable Hello Kitty print (Kaylee almost attacked me when she saw it) and fell in love. Once prepped and dry Kaylee threw a fit until I took it off the line for her to wear. Of course like always I gave in, how could I not it is just so cute and I will admit I was couldn’t wait to try it out. Even after washing and line drying inside the inner microfleece was still very soft, which doesn’t happen with many diapers that we have dried inside. Kaylee even commented on how soft it is and it felt nice on her butt (she is a little character). She was more than happy to pose in her Sunbaby.
I love the back flap of the diaper and that is fully covers the insert so that no wetness touches her skin, especially since the littlest things cause her to break out in a rash. It is also a nice large opening so I don’t feel like I have to try hard to avoid getting poop on my hands when trying to remove the insert because I have a large area to get at it. The large opening is nice for my husband as well who can sometimes have a hard time stuffing diapers with smaller openings because his hand barely fits. I often find myself having to adjust inserts before putting the diaper on because he can’t get his hand in to stuff it properly.
The leg elastic was nice and snug, but not too tight that it left marks on her. I really like how well it fit her chunky thighs, which has been a problem with some diapers. I often had to make the diaper too big on her at the waist to accommodate her thighs, which can often pose a problem with her peeing out the front of the diaper, but that wasn’t an issue with this diaper. There was no leaks at the leg either, which can often happen when one size setting is too small so I have to go up a size leaving it not as snug as it needs to be.
As you can see (picture to the right) she is on a larger size waist and fully unsnapped on the rise setting, but still has a great fit and room to grow. I really think if she had not potty trained that she would still get another year out of this diaper if she had to it goes that large. She was 38lbs when she wore this diaper, so while the suggested weight is 35lbs depending on where the weight it located you could easily use this diaper to possibly near 50lbs if you had to. For a little one they are also great (sorry I don’t have pictures), but Kaleb could even wear this diaper when other one-size diapers did not fit him well. Even at 15lbs many one-size diapers on the smallest settings were too big on his little thighs while Sunbaby fit snugly and contained pee and poop unlike any others.
Sunbaby diapers really are a great diaper. I wish I had learned about them sooner because we had to initially give up cloth diaper Khloe and Keira due to financially reasons and not being able to afford a full day stash for the two of them. With these diapers I could have had a full two day diaper stash for the girls within our budget and wouldn’t have to worry about leaks or irritating their sensitive skin.
Where to buy and cost
You can purchase Sunbaby diapers on the website. She offers various package deals as well as additional inserts. The highest package breakdown cost will be $8.50 a diaper while the lowest breakdown is $4.50 a diaper. You can easily build a great stash for under $200 if you had to. On top of that the colors and prints are amazing! She has some very unique prints that you don’t see all over the place and I always seeing new ones on reviews and in cloth groups.
Stayed tuned and return on February 14th for your chance to win a Sunbaby diaper as well as other great diapers and cloth diapering accessories in the Switch to Cloth giveaway event.