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Disana Organic Merino Wool Cover

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This double-knit wool diaper cover is made from lovely, soft organic wool that is ideal for even the smallest babies with sensitive skin.  An excellent alternative to synthetic covers, wool soakers are naturally antibacterial and provide excellent moisture regulation.  Wool wicks moisture away from the skin and can absorb up to one third of its weight in moisture and return it to the environment. Once it is prepped and ready for use, you will have no leaks at all with this wool cover, making it an excellent choice for night time.       

These covers can be used over any pre-fold or fitted cloth diaper, and the high knitted waistband provides a nice fit over any type of diaper, no matter how bulky or high-fitting the diaper is.  This soft ribbed waist band also keeps your baby's tummy and back warm and cozy throughout the night.  The thick double-knit wool is perfect for night time use.  Disana wool covers are wonderful for night time and once properly prepared (washed and lanolized), your baby should never have leak while wearing this cover.  

Size/ Fit: These covers will shrink a bit after washing, so it's not a bad idea to size up.  The style of these covers are similar to our Engel double-knit nappy covers but have a slightly different shape. The legs on disana covers are a bit more snug than the Engel covers, which is nice for containing leaks, but do keep this in mind if your baby has chunkier legs.  Please see the size conversion chart below.  

Made by disana, this wool cover is 100% organic virgin Merino wool.  This wool is finely crimped, does not itch and feels soft and cozy against baby's sensitive skin. 

Made in Germany 

Other Details: 

Care:  This cover should be washed before using it on a baby for the first time.  Although it has been re-oiled by the manufacturer after processing, we recommend lanolizing the cover at least one time, and possibly twice, before using it to renew its ability to repel moisture.  If the soaker is leaking, lanolize again.  Your baby should be able to wear this all night without any leaks at all.  The wool will contain leaks better and better the more it is used as it becomes slightly more felted.  Wool does not soil easily and does not retain odors, so it does not need to be washed very frequently. Please refer to our Wool Care guide for more details, and don't forget your wool care products

Size Conversion Chart: 

Age Range (US size)

0-3 mo.

0-6 mo.

6-12 mo.

12-24 mo.

2-3 T

3-4 T

Weight (lbs)

5-9 lbs

7-14 lbs

12-20 lbs

20-27 lbs

26-33 lbs

33-36 lbs

Height (in)

17-21 inches

20-26 inches

24 – 29 inches

27 – 34 inches

34 – 38 inches

37- 40 inches

European Size












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  1. Love these soakers!

    Posted by Kory on 24th Mar 2014

    These are my favorite soakers, we use them for overnight and they are awesome! They are also super soft and squishy which makes for extra soft snuggles :)

  2. best wool covers!

    Posted by Leah on 4th Mar 2014

    I love the Disana wool covers. I put them on over a fitted diaper for night time and they work great- no blowouts, no leaks, maybe just a little dampness if it's a really wet night or I use just a prefold. I have two and alternate between the two, hanging one to dry in the sun or in front of my heater during the day. Easy to wash- these stay beautiful for a long time. The only advice I have is to size up- these run small, especially if you are putting them over a bulky nighttime diaper. I have the 12-24 month size on my 6 month old and they are only slightly big.

  3. Wool is the best!

    Posted by N on 29th Jan 2014

    I love these covers. Only had to do 1 initial lanolization (but I lanolize differently than recommended, I don't emulsify the lanolin with wool wash, so after I melt it in a cup of hot water, when I pour it into the bucket I use, it spreads and somewhat hardens on the top of the water and this way all of it gets on the diaper when I dunk it (inside out), so no wasting the lanolin. It can be clumpy in places (not very) but it goes away after about 1 wear and is bombproof). These covers have worked amazingly without leaks, and they smell fresh so long! I got my husband to smell a cover after using without washing for weeks, and he said it smelled really good (no ammonia or other scents, just fresh, he is sensitive to smell). So much less wash with wool. I pair them with Cloth-Eez organic cotton prefolds.

  4. Wish I could give it more than 5 stars.

    Posted by Sarah on 21st Nov 2013

    I found these before I had my baby and I've never used anything else. The smallest size was big on my 8lb, 21in newborn (pits to ankles) but SO warm and soft. I manually felted the wetzone on the first few, but on the next sizes I've just left them on her for a while and they felt perfectly as she wears them (a little leaky at first, but they're bulletproof once felted.)

  5. Really soft and breathable!

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Nov 2013

    I haven't use them yet because my baby is not born... I haven't experienced the washing or lanolizing or their moisture retaining properties... But I can tell you they are really soft, not ichy, and realy breathable!

  6. backbone of a good wool stash

    Posted by Mary on 27th Oct 2013

    I have owned Disana wool covers in each size and color for 4 babies now. The first Disana cover I bought is still in rotation on baby 4. You get such a eye pleasing color variety from this company. Nice thick double layer knit that gets a wonderful fulled felt without getting too matted or scratchy. Does the job and is readily accessible unlike so many other wool soakers out there.

  7. Great Quality

    Posted by Anna on 23rd Oct 2013

    The quality is great! I lanolized twice, and still got leaks at night if he nursed more than 2x in a night though (AND I use a fitted cover under as well). Maybe if I lanolize a few more times like the other review said, it would be more absorbent. During the day it works the best out of all my woolies though!

  8. Love Disana!

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Sep 2013

    I started with wool full time on my son shortly after he was born and use Disana soakers. These are so soft and look adorable, but more importantly they work great. They last overnight with all his wetting and keep him comfortable during the day as well. I recommend these to everyone who is interested in wool!

  9. Love my Disana

    Posted by kpgray on 27th Aug 2013

    I too was nervous about trying wool but now we use it almost all the time (except for longer car trips). I love using wool and have made many covers from re-purposed sweaters but if I could I would trade most of them in for more Disana covers. I did find that I needed to lanolinize them 4-5 times to reach a good level of wetness resistance though. But once that is done it's smooth sailing. I have noticed pilling and will get a sweater shaver for that. I'm not putting down the other brands of wool soakers since I have not tried them but I do really like these and they come at a relatively good price.

    They make a for a really cute diaper bum on my little girl. If we're going somewhere special or will be taking pictures I make sure to pack the Disanas.

  10. Lovely Color

    Posted by Suzanne on 5th Aug 2013

    We got the dark purple cover and its a really lovely shade - the plain white/cream wool is a bit boring after a while! We sized up so that there is room to grow and this cover is nice because the legs are trim even if the butt part is roomy. We use this as our nighttime cover and it does the trick! Its not as padded as some of the soakers I've used but maybe because its not really a soaker (although it suits a similar purpose). All in all, a nice cover!

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