If you know me well, you know that when it comes to covers, I want a sturdy cover. If I am going to be laying an insert or prefold into a diaper cover, the last thing I need is some flimsy thing flopping around. That was something I really liked about the Palm Tree Diaper Cover–it’s a pretty sturdy bugger. I also like that even after trying it on both of my kids for quite some time, it still looks as good as new.
In this video, I want to walk you through the features of the diaper and show you how I would fill out a Padded Tush Stats survey based on how it worked on my two little kids.
I have a one year old of normal build and a skinny 2 year old.
The cover is one size, which means it is meant to fit the baby from 7-35 pounds.
It is made of two layers of PUL. And, like I say, it’s sturdy stuff.
There is a tuck flap. This is an absolute MUST for a cover for me–I need that insert to stay in place.
To use, simply lay in a prefold, snappy/pin/boingo on a prefold, or put on a fitted diaper. Then put the cover overtop
The diaper has snap closures with hip snaps on each side to prevent wing droop
Flap on inside
A little gap in coverage at the legs if I snappy on a prefold
No Double gussets
Doesn’t come in hook and loop
You can see who carries this by going to www.clothdiaperretailers.com and type in “Palm Tree” and see all retailers who carry them and compare things like location, shipping, and even the current sales. There are often exclusive discount codes for Padded Tush Stats followers, so it is worth checking out. Also, if you purchase from retailers with a *** next to their names, then a small portion of your purchase goes to support Padded Tush Stats, so thank you in advance.
The Cloth Diaper Outlet provided this cover for review, but it did not in any way impact the opinions reflected in this post.
Reviewed by Padded Tush Stats on May 30
Statistical review based on survey responses