JOKA | Pocket cloth diaper | NEWBORN

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Entreprise québécoise, fabrication locale


Newborn diaper, with pocket, made locally by 2 super ''mom-entrepreneurs'' for the greatest comfort of your little ones.


  • Newborn size
  • Presence of a pocket to insert the absorbent inserts
  • Adjustment possible thanks to the snap buttons.
  • Snaps to release the belly button of newborns
  • Suitable for children weighing between 5 and 12 pounds (approximately)
  • Can also be used as a pool diaper (without insert)
  • Athletic fabric interior (AWJ)
  • Optional insert (trifold made of 2 layers of bamboo)

Absorbent insert recommended:

The Joka trifold newborn insert :

A trifold insert (which folds into three) of 2 layers of bamboo.You can fold it lengthwise or widthwise to fit any type of newborn diaper.

Textile composition

Exterior: 100% polyester laminate

Interior : 100% polyester

Optional absorbent insert: 70% bamboo viscose, 30% cotton

      Care instructions

      First remove excess solids in the toilet or a waste bin. Using a washable or disposable diaper sheet can make this step easier.

      Then store the soiled diapers in a dry place until it is time to wash them. We recommend using a waterproof bag or a diaper basket/bin.

      Pre-wash the diapers in cold water on a short cycle, taking care to remove the inserts beforehand. Machine wash a second time in warm or hot water on a long heavy duty cycle. Make sure your water is not boiling to avoid damaging the waterproofing of your diapers. Make sure you have to have enough diapers to obtain a good friction between them, but also avoid overfilling the tank for the same reason.

      Hang the diapers to dry in the sun or dry in the dryer on low heat. The sun helps to remove stubborn stains, but avoid leaving the diapers in the sun for too long.The sun helps remove stubborn stains, but don't leave diapers in the sun too long once they are dry to avoid premature damage to your elastics. If you use a clothesline, we recommend that you lay them horizontally (on the longer side) to avoid stretching your elastics over time, especially for all-in-one diapers. In our personal experience, using the dryer at low temperature preserves our elastics longer than laying the diapers in the sun.

      Clean soiled diapers ideally every 2-3 days.

      Do not use bleach or fabric softener to avoid damaging them.

      Use only diaper creams that are compatible with cloth diapers. 


        Made in Quebec