1. WASH and dry your shells as usual
2. Order your snap conversions HERE
3. Print your order form and send.
It really is that easy. But why?
We all know that velcro is SO much easier to get on and off of babies, but after the wear and tear from Addie, and the washing… it just started to wear on the hook and loop shells I had. I started to dress Millie in pants that I knew would hold the velcro together, but if you know anything about babies and diapers, you know that a) nothing can save you from a leaky diaper when it’s not on correctly and b) if there is an easy way to get a diaper off, a baby will find it.
Basically, Millie nailed it on both counts… multiple times. With my desire to end the peed-on-clothes and curious baby fingers from tempting fate (the velcro was rather worn after 2 years), I looked up a few tutorials on converting my diapers. After I realized I barely have time for work as it is, I headed to Grovia’s page to see if they had any suggestions, which lead me to their conversion! At just $5 per shell (including the shipping), I knew this was the way to go.
I sent them in and got them back within 2 weeks… and they’re perfect!
This was SO easy and worth the cost to make my shells last longer and work better for us! While exploring, I was pleasantly surprised to find these 2 informational items on their page, too. If you cloth diaper or fear the cloth due to laundering (which was my initial fear) or the amount of “work” they take, check them out for yourself: