Our new GroVia line of AIOs are just....well...."like buttah" (channeling Mike Meyers on SNL). The inside construction and absorbency is exactly the same as our standard line, but the outer waterproof layer of TPU has been replaced with our proprietary laminated polyester velour. Shimmery, pillowy, and quite possibly the softest thing you've ever touched.
The Buttah Big O.N.E diaper is unique among cloth diaper all in ones (fits 35-70 pounds) because it comes with everything parents need to cloth diaper a larger toddler or older child. Enough absorbency to forget boosters and doublers (even overnight), two built-in closure options, and a heavy-duty construction that is built to last.
The Buttah Big O.N.E. features a unique Outlast closure system that gives you the ability to choose between Hook & Loop and Snap closures, and the ability to buy a replacement kit when your Hook & Loop wears out. Buttah Big O.N.E's absorbency comes from a hidden body layer PLUS our one-of-a-kind cotton, channeled soaker design that is trim yet absorbent. All with the same amazing quality you've come to know and love in GroVia products.
No need to choose between Hook & Loop or Snap closures
With the Buttah Big O.N.E., you can have both! The removable Hook & Loop closure is perfect for those who love a “no-hassle” fit but want to transition to a snap closure later on.
This is an All In One diaper, you must wash the entire diaper when soiled.
Before First Use
Remove Hook & Loop strips*. The BIG O.N.E. must be washed and tumble-dried 3-5 times before first use.
*For maximum longevity of your hook and loop, we recommend removing prior to washing and drying.
We get a great fit with Big ONEs when we use the hook and loop. I'm glad there is so much room for big kids still in diapers.
I have four in diapers right now and my husband handles the older one’s night time routine and diapers so I wanted an easy system that I could prep and he could just deal with without any extra stress. What negates that easygoing process are snaps that simply stink. The rise snaps just come undone all the time which annoys the kiddos. And the Velcro snap while good in theory do not help much. I wish I just had another (well, a decent one that is) snap right there. Actually these are hands down the least reliable snaps we have out of 15 brands I own. Obviously the color is cute, they are soft and lovely. They dry really well and I’m not stuck adding time for drying. I can line dry the outer layers as they are almost dry when I’m done washing (front loader). Another big con: with my heavy wetter, even at the smallest on the size range for these, soaks them through even with extra boosters. Anyhow, will I get more? Not too sure right now.