Diaper Rite brand products are made exclusively for Diaper Junction and include prefolds, wipes, fitteds, wet bags, pocket diapers and more. I recently received the new and improved Diaper Rite pail liner and Premium one-size diaper cover to review and share with you! These two products are available in six colors; my pail liner is Stone (gray) and the cover is Grass (bright green).
Here are the basic features of the Diaper Rite Premium diaper cover:
- It’s made of waterproof PUL.
- The inside of the cover has a flap at the front and back to help secure inserts or diapers. The back flap is elasticized for even better performance.
- The inside is wipeable, which means you can reuse it a few times if it isn’t soiled with #2.
- The rise features 3 rows of snaps, which translates to 4 size settings (three snapped up and one completely open).
- The wings close with double snaps.
- There are double gussets around the legs (a second, inner elasticized band)
WHAT I LIKE:
- The elastic is very strong while at the same time the leg openings are snug and comfortable.
- The double snaps at the waist help to keep the wings from curling back, and the wings stretch generously for a good fit.
- It’s a roomy cover that fits well over fitteds, prefolds, flats or whatever else I feel like putting inside.
- It’s performed great overnight with no leaking.
- The elastic sewn inside the back flap helps hold inserts in place better (in my opinion) than other covers with regular flaps.
- Diaper Rite offers a lifetime warranty on snaps and six months on defects in materials/workmanship.
- It’s only $8.95.
WHAT I WOULD CHANGE: Like the Diaper Junction cover I reviewed last month (same company, different brand), this one has angled snaps at the waist, whereas I would prefer them to be straight up and down. I’m also hoping that more colors and prints will be released.
This is the Diaper Rite cover on Erik; in this picture he is 19 months old and 22 pounds. He’s got a Geffen prefold inside the cover.
I also tried it on newborn Ingrid. Although there is a lot of extra fabric and it looks kind of saggy, I actually got a good fit around the waist, and the leg openings didn’t gape open at all. So, it works in a pinch and nothing leaks out, although I do prefer a trimmer cover in terms of looks. But it’s good to know this cover could work from birth to potty training for families who don’t have room in the budget for “newborn sized” diapers.
You might be wondering how this cover compares to the Diaper Junction cover, since both are made exclusively for this company. Here’s a quick rundown:
- Diaper Junction covers are made of TPU; Diaper Rite covers are PUL.
- Diaper Junction covers do not have double gussets; Diaper Rite covers do.
- Diaper Junction covers are $7.95 and come in more color choices; Diaper Rite covers are $8.95 and come in six colors so far.
- Diaper Junction covers have a single row of snaps at the waist; Diaper Rite covers have two.
And now the pail liner:
- It’s made to fit 54 QT cloth diaper pails and 13 gallon trash cans.
- It’s made of PUL with sealed seams.
- The opening is made with heavy-duty elastic.
I use the liner with a smaller trash can and it works great. The lower profile pail enables me to keep it tucked inside our laundry room cabinet. The elastic truly is heavy duty and is super strong; the liner never slips or shifts in the pail, even when completely filled with diapers. The bag completely holds in wetness and I can turn it inside out on laundry day right into the machine so no diapers touch my hands. At just $14.95, it’s very competitively priced.
Have you tried any Diaper Rite products? Visit Diaper Junction and just look at all the 5 star ratings they get!