We've used cloth nappies in the day time since DS was 4 weeks. Mostly we use good old terry squares, but also have a few shaped ME onsize ones for out and about, and a hand full of fuzzybunz pocket nappies, which we stuff with some small prefolds. However, we have always used a disposable at night. First I just didn't want to risk adding an uncomfortable nappy into the mix of things which might distrub DS' sleep, and then (on realising he's crap at sleep any way so what's the point!) nothing we have seems to cope with a whole night. I've tried 2 terry squares, pocket ones with extra stuffing, adding the bosters from the ME ones, etc. but they always leak badly. I think part of the problem might be the nappy gets too bulk so we get gapping legs. Anyway, what do other people use at night time? Be nice to not have any dissposables.
We use little kiwi quick flip terry and bamboo nappies with their soft waterproof covers. Pretty bulky but no leaks and lasts all night especially the bamboo one. Plus they wash and dry quickly I only have three night nappies.
I line them with a one size motherease nappy as they are really thin but have a keep dry layer and I can whip this inner layer off and reuse the rest if baby poo's five minutes after I put her night nappy on, or is that just my baby.
We use a mix of terries, bedbugs, tots bots and motherease sandys. Ive found the best thing is not to over stuff/bulk as this makes it worse not better. I find one terry more than enough to see DD from 7 till 7 with no leaks. We use nature babies or little lamb wraps.