Sophia Gratton was trying to save money for her family and she realized that changing from disposables to cloth diapers would save lot of money. While looking at all the cloth diapers on the market, she found that none that met her criteria. She was looking for a trim, easy to use, easy to clean, and leak resistant diaper made in Canada. That is when Sophia started to make her own diapers and used her child to test the diapers on. Thence, Mini Maestro was born.
Mini Maestro offers a sized pocket diaper in 5 different sizes and 12 colors. I received the Medium Slim size in the color Under the Sea. Since they are a sized diaper you do not have to worry about the snaps to figure out the rise and in fact, you don’t have to worry about snaps at all. Instead of snapping the wings around your baby’s waist, you use the Velcro tabs. There is a wide band across the waist that allows you to get the best fit possible for your baby. There are laundry tabs so the Velcro doesn’t attach to everything during the washing process. There is a single wide opening to place your insert inside the diaper. The insert is made of natural and synthetic fibers between 2 layers of soft bamboo fleece.
The Mini Maestro is really easy and quick to put on my son. It also provides a trim fit for my son as well. The soft micro fleece on the inside of the diaper keeps him comfortable and dry while wearing the diaper.
The Mini Maestro diaper can be purchased from their website for $18.09. They do offer bundle packages, additional inserts, and wet bags as well. Please take a loot at the Mini Maestro site and let us know what you learned while you were there!