TSM Recommends: Cottonytail Diaper; Why We Love It


For the past two years of our cloth diapering journey, I have tried so many brands that made our stash more than 100 diapers and lost count already. LOL. I was able to try locally made ones and imported diapers. 



What I will be reviewing in this post is a locally made diaper brand that is most sought after by a lot of mommies that scoring one is a huge struggle. This diaper brand is non other than Cottonytail. 

Cottonytail is hand made with love by seamstress, whom I met personally a year ago at GCDC 2016 event. What made me really curious about this brand is the reason why mommies go crazy over this diaper brand and what really makes this special. So I bought one Qoukka (pocket type), a year ago and went home with one diaper and considered our very first. Now, I didn't understand why I only bought one when I had the chance to buy more because these nappies sell like pancakes. 

This brand sells so many different products. They have pockets (Qoukka), Hybrid fitted which comes in two sizes (Zonkey) and training pants (Sprouts) which also comes in different sizes. They also sell inserts and now bags for kids, clothes and many more. 

So let us come to what you really need to know why these are also most sought after diaper brand. 



Designs. Who wouldn't love their eye-catching and unique designs? They have variety and have limited designs for their nappies. 

Soft PUL. Their PUL is unbelievably soft and thin that looks so sturdy. 

Soft AWJ (Athletic Wicking Jersey). They use AWJ as inner layer for their diapers and the soft type of fabric. 

Insert. Their insert comes with two layers. One snake type bamboo insert that can be folded into two which can become layers of insert and one layer of fleece on top. This insert can last up to 12 hour worth of pee. I know it may not be quite unhygienic as it sounds but it just happened. 

Hip Snaps. They have wonderfully designed hip snaps which makes it snug fit to their tummy and legs that prevents leakage. 

So what I really do not like about it? 

Nothing really. But the only downside to it is the insert that takes longer than usual to dry due to the nature and layers of fabric. 

Overall, I will still recommend it to mommies who is in need of diapers for heavy wetter babies. Also, during stocking you will really need fast fingers and internet connection for you to be able to score one from scheduled stockings. 

How much one diaper cost? Depends on designs but usually ranges from P1,000 and up. 

What about you? What diaper brands have you tried so far? 






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