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Bumkins Cotton Premium Prefold Diaper, 6 Pack

by Bumkins

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  • Babies weighing between 15 30 pounds
  • Premium unbleached cotton
  • Makes a great burp cloth
  • Multiple hot cycle pre washes will ensure your prefolds are soft, absorbent and ready for baby
  • Tumble or hang dry
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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions8.8 x 5.8 x 5 inches
UPC014292980889
Item model numberPFL6N
  
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ASINB003DROFXU
Best Sellers Rank #44,088 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Absorbent and versatile, these rectangular diapers are long-lasting, mutli-use and super affordable. Made from premium unbleached cotton, Bumkins Prefolds provide a simple and natural way to cloth diaper. Also great for use as a burp cloth. Each diaper measure 14.5" x 22" and features 8 layers of uncleached cotton in the middle and 4 layers of unbleached cotton on the sides. Fits infants and toddlers weighing between 15-30 pounds. Must be paired with waterproof diaper cover.

Product Description

Absorbent and versatile, these rectangular diapers are long lasting, mutli use and super affordable. Made from premium unbleached cotton, Bumkins Prefolds provide a simple and natural way to cloth diaper. Also great for use as a burp cloth. Each diaper measure 14.5" x 22" and features 8 layers of uncleached cotton in the middle and 4 layers of unbleached cotton on the sides. Fits infants and toddlers weighing between 15 30 pounds. Must be paired with waterproof diaper cover.


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I really like the infant size osocozy prefolds and these are really comparable.
meganonymous
I use these for everything -- diapers, burp cloths, to cushion his head or bum while I'm changing him, etc.
arbequina
These Bumkins premium prefolds quilted up nicely in the wash and are super soft and absorbent.
PrincessNybor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By arbequina on October 17, 2010
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These are fantastic prefolds. I have three different brands -- Bummis, Bumkins, and GMDs. Of the three. the Bumkins quilted up the most by FAR and seem to be the softest and most absorbent as a result. I use these for everything -- diapers, burp cloths, to cushion his head or bum while I'm changing him, etc. Prefold diapers generally are just incredibly useful to have and this brand is definitely top notch.

As far as the previous reviewer and the issue with prepping: I agree with the commenters to that review that this amount of prepping is pretty standard for unbleached diapers. You can get around it if you have a huge stockpot by boiling the diapers instead to strip out the oils. I boiled all of my prefolds in batches of 4 for about 15-20 minutes and that was sufficient to fully prep them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ProudPregoLady on January 13, 2012
I have a few different brands of unbleached/unbleached organic prefolds, but these took WAY longer to prep than my other brands I have. I washed (in crunchy clean cloth diaper detergent)and dried them 5 times, plus I did a 20 minute boil (after about the 4th wash and dry) with a couple drops of dawn and these still repelled water! I just boiled them again for another 20 minutes and I am doing a final wash and dry on hot, we will see. I wouldn't buy this brand again, I am sticking to GMD.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By jmm on January 25, 2013
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I bought these cloth diapers to use as burp rags. They are nice and big and very absorbent. I like that, after several washes, they still lay flat rather than getting all bunched up in the middle. Also the cotton is very soft (much softer than the gerber cloth diapers I bought at first) which is good because my daughter rubs her face on it when she's sleepy. Since they are unbleached cotton, the tan color hides stains better than white cloth diapers. I would definitely buy this product again
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TwinsForMeToday on December 12, 2011
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Compared to the GMD prefolds I've used, these are a bit thinner and slightly less absorbent but they are much cheaper! They are still very absorbent and quilt up nicely after a few washings. They are more absorbent than the prefolds that come with econobum diapers. They wash well and their slightly creamy off white color is good for hiding faint stains!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By momof3 on December 8, 2010
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great deal. These are super soft and insanely absorbant! Being used for cloth diapering my 7 month old.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Bliss on February 5, 2014
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I have been using cloth prefolds on my babies for the last 7 years. Using the softest cotton prefolds at a reasonable price is hard to find so I was very excited to find Premium sized Indian cotton prefolds at under three bucks a piece. Only when I received them, they had a very very major flaw - they have a tag. Not just any tag but the big itchy thick kind. (I'll attach a photo) . I'm not sure why Bumkins thought this was the best way to brand their diapers as most of the clothing that babies wear these days are tagless. Tags and delicate baby skin don't mix (Are you getting the message Bumkins?). This tag is annoying not just because it is there, but also because it flips up making it difficult to work with. That said, it only took 6 washes to get these diapers to usable and the cotton is soft and soaks up pee quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cinnamon Tea on October 25, 2013
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Not as wide as I thought it would be. Maybe I just got a really wide baby, but I can barely snappi them around my 22 pound 5 month old. They are real good for tri-folding though. If you have a really wide baby, I would go for GMD. They aren't much wider than mediums.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Renee Trevelyan on May 21, 2013
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These are good for people who use cloth diapers with a fastener,
like a snappi or pins... I would give them 4 stars in that case.
To use as a folded-up soaker, they are too bulky!
GOOD FOR OVERNIGHTS THOUGH!
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