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GroVia Fab AIO Review + {Giveaway}

July 9th, 2010

You remember the review I did of GroVia’s hybrid diaper? I also tested their All In One Cloth Diaper. And I really liked it. I think it’s super cute on and I like that it snaps at the sides. The side tabs are really stretchy allowing for a perfect and comfortable fit at the waist. GroVia has really nailed trim diapers. Just like the hybrid, this diaper is nice and trim yet still very absorbent. Often, on Holly, this diaper would be soaked all the way to the top at the front, but it didn’t leak! It seems to just keep on absorbing! It dries fairly quickly too. The diaper has a flap that’s attached to the back of the body of the diaper. Because the absorbent layer isn’t all pegged down to the diaper, the drying is much quicker. The diaper comes with a second absorbent layer that snaps right on. Assembling this diaper is a piece of cake. Just snap the second layer on and tuck it all together. It’s a nice break from stuffing inserts into pockets.

I did initially have some trouble with the rise adjusting snaps. They just wouldn’t stay snapped! Fortunately I was able to get a second diaper and although it’s snaps still don’t feel as firm as the hybrid’s, they work fine. Putting the diaper through the wash and then drying it all the way in the dryer on hot helps tighten the snaps up a bit. The diaper doesn’t have a layer of moisture wicking fabric (such as fleece), but I didn’t find that to be a problem. I change Holly’s diaper often enough that it hasn’t been an issue. But GroVia does have a soaker with a layer of fleece with organic cotton if you need something extra while on the go. Although I recommend the AIO diaper for sure, I think I prefer their hybrid cloth diaper.

BioDiaperGroVia has an option for parents who are environmentally consciencious, but don’t feel able to do cloth. They make what they call a BioDiaper, which is actually compostable as well as biodegradable. Here’s some more information about this innovative diaper:

With 93-95% of reported diaper customers choosing disposables, GroVia hopes to guide parents toward a familiar product with an opposite impact. The first disposable diaper made of Ingeo™ Fibers and Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certified, the BioDiaper is made from renewable resources and approved under the strictest global testing and certification system as a product that contains no substances known as harmful to humans. The diaper incorporates biodegradable technology in its components yet maintains a super soft comfort and waterproof outer that disposable customers expect. GroVia is the first to introduce this proprietary technology to the United States.


****Giveaway!! GroVia is giving away one AIO diaper + Wipes to one lucky winner!****

Here’s how to enter. Each is worth one entry into our giveaway:

  • Tweet about this giveaway and leave a comment with the link.

  • Visit GroVia and leave a comment saying which color you’d want if you won the AIO cloth diaper.

  • Blog about this giveaway and leave a comment with the link.

Deadline: July 16, 2010 (midnight). I’ll draw the winner, randomly, from the comments and contact her/him via email. The winner will have 24 hours to reply to claim the prize or a new winner will be chosen.

Congratulations Bao! You’re the winner of one GroVia AIO cloth diaper + wipes!

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68 comments on “GroVia Fab AIO Review + {Giveaway}

  1. renee johnson on said:

    i would choose ice!

  2. Kristen Bobbitt on said:

    I would like the ICE color if I won.

  3. Lisa on said:

    I would choose the Ice color.

  4. Veronica on said:

    I would choose Ice, these look nice!

  5. Heather M on said:

    I would love Ice! :)

  6. Samantha H. on said:

    I would choose Kiwi!

  7. Kim M on said:

    I would choose the ICE colour
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  8. Valerie on said:

    I would choose ice. Thanks! I love GroVia!

  9. Tammy Roby on said:

    I would love the ice color. I’ve just started using the GroVia hybrid diapers and really like them.

  10. Elizabeth on said:

    I would love the cosmo color!

  11. Jennifer H. on said:

    I like the ice color.

  12. Melissa Brook on said:

    Id love one in ice!

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