Tiny Tush Hemp Trim Fitted Review

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I am a fan of Tiny Tush products, not only because they work great, but because the company is amazing.  I was very happy to be sent their new Tiny Tush Hemp Trim One Size  Fitted to review.

Ease of Use ✰✰✰✰ This fitted has snaps, but nothing like a Goodmama, which can be overwhelming.  I found it easy to put on and take off, and to size since the rise uses snaps as well.  The soaker can be snapped in or left out for more trimness if you don’t need it.

Bang for the Buck ✰✰✰✰ The Hemp fitted costs less than many fitteds on the market, but as much as many pocket diapers (17.95)  The price is justified since the diaper is made from Hemp, a material that has to be imported.  However, the diaper is still made in the USA.  It is very absorbent so worth the price if you need a workhorse diaper that is very thirsty for nights.

Performance ✰✰✰✰✰ I loved this diaper because it was simple and effective.  I trusted it for days without the insert because my son isn’t a heavy wetter.  I used it with a PUL cover and it was never soaked through, even after one instance of leaving it on a little too long.  Blame it on Mommy/ pregnant brain!  Overnights required the insert but no extra stuffins for me.

Fit ✰✰✰✰✰ The ruffled elastic fit my son beautifully.  I think there is lots of room for growth, especially with 4 rise settings.  It was very trim on my son compared to many fitteds, especially those using OBV which are heavy and bulky.  I can’t say if it fits a newborn or not, but I think it would work, especially with a cover.  Give me a few months before testing that.

Overall-  This is another great product from Tiny Tush.  The hemp is soft and pliable and the lining is soft against the baby’s skin.  The snaps are hidden, a feature I am very fond of.  Even though the front rolls down some it doesn’t detract from the function, and you will have a cover of it most of the time so it isn’t a big deal.

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Kim Rosas began Dirty Diaper Laundry in 2009 out of a desire to help more parents understand modern cloth diapers. She lives in Florida with her husband of 5 years and her two boys. Even though none of her boys wear diapers anymore she is still just as committed to promoting them. In her spare time Kim enjoys video editing, photography, and coffee.
  • Laura F.

    Kim, is there a particular cover that would work best on this diaper? I can decide how trim it is.