Touch of Cloth™ Disposable Diapers

First and only disposable diaper made with pure, unbleached cotton.*

Available in
Newborn (up to 10 lbs.)
  • 30 ct.
Stage 1 (8-14 lbs.)
  • 32 ct.
Stage 2 (12-18 lbs.)
  • 80 ct.
Stage 3 (16-28 lbs.)
  • 76 ct.
Stage 4 (22-37 lbs.)
  • 66 ct.
Stage 5 (27+ lbs.)
  • 60 ct.
Find Locally

This item has been discontinued.Select sizes are available at some online retailers until inventory runs out.

It Works

Touch of Cloth™ Disposable Diapers offer the ultimate in comfort and absorbency with a unique wicking layer that pulls moisture away from baby's skin, and a high-capacity core that absorbs 3X a standard wetting.

We Care

The cotton fibers used in Touch of Cloth™ Disposable Diapers are cleaned without using any chemicals.

  • Super Absorbent
  • Clinically Proven Gentle
  • Keeps Baby Dry and Comfy

Diaper free of fragrances, inks and petroleum-based lotions
Premium diaper absorbs 3X a standard wetting
Technical wicking layer pulls moisture away from skin
Clinically proven gentle disposable baby diapers
*Diaper backsheet made with unbleached cotton for a soft, cloth-like feel

Did You Know?

Your baby's skin is more delicate than yours. It's softer, brand new, and can be irritated easily, especially when it spends so much time in a diaper. We designed Touch of ClothTM Disposable Diapers to be free of lotions and fragrances.

Ingredients: Wood pulp, mixture of plant-derived polysaccharide and sodium polyacrylate (absorbent pad and core wrap), polyester (dryness layer), polypropylene and polyethylene (liner layer, cuff, moisture barrier layer, fastening system), unbleached cotton and plant-derived rayon fibers (outer layer), adhesives (seams and joints), polyisoprene elastomeric, polymer spandex and polyurethane (fastening system and leg/waist elastic).

Diaper safety information: Please keep this packaging away from children and babies. This package, or a torn piece of diaper, could cause a choking or suffocation hazard for your child. Like any piece of clothing, diapers are flammable. Disposing of disposables. Before you throw away a used diaper, empty the contents into the toilet, wrap the diaper tightly and throw into the garbage. Do not flush the diaper.


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