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Fuzzi Bunz One Size Cloth Diapers 6 Pack Gender Neutral Colors


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  • One size fits newborn to Potty Trained - adjustable.
  • Durable fabric makes for easy wash and wear
  • Fits 7-30 pounds
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Fuzzi Bunz One Size Cloth Diapers 6 Pack Gender Neutral Colors + FuzziBunz 3 Pack Microfiber Inserts, Medium/Large + FuzziBunz 3 Pack Microfiber Inserts, Small
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Item Weight2.4 pounds
Product Dimensions11.5 x 9.7 x 6.1 inches
UPC814466010073
  
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ASINB002SWK6A2
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She slept for 8 hours straight in this diaper and didn't leak at all!
A.Renee
I like fuzzi bunz and bumgenious the best, we have about 14 of each so that we only have to do diaper laundry every 2-3 days.
Jeffrey Klein
I have submitted warranty claims by email, called them directly, and they will not return calls.
Julia M. Applegate

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81 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Klein on October 20, 2012
Okay when we were thinking about cloth diapers we did a ton of research, and now my son is 12 months. Here is what we found worked best for us. I like fuzzi bunz and bumgenious the best, we have about 14 of each so that we only have to do diaper laundry every 2-3 days. We tried regular pre-folds but it just wasn't as easy as the all-in-ones like fuzzi bunz. If you're going to do the cloth diaper thing, these are our other favorite products that worked best: for a "diaper pail" we bought a nice metal trash can with a sealing lid (keep in the smell) and a foot pedal (less messy and can open it with hands full) that was big enough to fit all the diapers in it. We then bought a machine washable diaper pail liner that is cloth on one side and waterproof on the other that fit over the trash can opening but the lid could still seal around it Planet Wise Diaper Pail Liner (Avocado). We actually ended up buying a second one so we could use it while the other was in the wash. We also really like the arm and hammer odor disks Munchkin Arm and Hammer Nursery Fresheners, 5 Pack and stick one in the bottom of the trash can lid and change it every couple weeks. Finally, get Biokleen bac-out Biokleen Bac-Out w/Foaming Action Sprayer 32 oz. to spray in the poopy diapers before you put them in the trash can - works really well to keep them from getting stained. Hope that helps someone!
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Stef DiCaprio on January 8, 2011
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Plain colors are steadfast after many hot water washes. Snaps are super easy and do not stick to everything in the wash like velcro when you forget to "close" the velcro. With snaps, there is no remembering to do anything pre-wash. Snaps are also adjustable to baby's growing and changing sizes. Outer cover is completely leak proof, but if the diaper is left on too long (4+ hours with one insert or 8+ hours with two inserts) then it will most definitely leak. Also, if baby is in a carseat for a prolonged period, it will leak...something about that position I think. Other than that...if in swing, jumper, vibrating chair, on floor...no leaks.

We use 2 inserts at night and like stated above it can last us from 10pm to 6am. By that time it is super soaked and near ready to leak. The elastic band button area is where the leak first occurs. The elastic band thing is a good feature but it takes SEVERAL tries to find the right combo for your baby and by that time s/he has surely grown so you have to readjust!

You do have to wash it on hot the 3 or 6 times prior to first use or IT WILL LEAK. I would recommend going to pinstripesandpolkadots.com to see which detergents are best for use on cloth diapers. This will alleviate having too much build up and stripping later on. We use Country Save or Planet and that works great! We use Imse Vmse soap as a sort of stain stick and ALL POOP STAINS ARE GONE IN ONE WASHING without any pre-soaking! But we do wash according to the directions - hot wash, cold rinse, dry on low for 60 min. So no buckets for our house soaking things...but then again we are still on breastmilk only ...so we shall see when baby gets to solids.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Lukester on April 19, 2013
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As the time for the arrival of our twins approached, I wasn't sure that the idea of cloth diapers would actually be worth it. They seemed so expensive and just gross. Who wants to wash off dirty diapers when you can just throw them away? Other than the obvious "green" factors, the idea of cloth diapers just seemed like overkill.

Now, 14 months later, I will admit that I was wrong. These are just SO easy, really! With the addition of the Fuzzi Bunz diaper bag, we simply remove the inserts from the diaper and put them in the bag after each changing. then, in the morning, we unzip the bottom of the bag and drop them in the washer, run a couple of cycles, and they come out ready to hang and dry. The exposure to poop is hardly any more than disposable diapers.

And being the pragmatic dad, the best feature of these diapers is the cost savings. With these one size diapers, we have used them from when our twins for just a couple weeks old up til now, at 14 months, with plenty of room to grow. I would recommend these diapers for this reason alone. The cost of disposable diapers is enormous when you add up the cost from birth to potty training. Although cloth diapers have a high upfront cost, it is well worth it in the end.

Also, we've had almost zero problems with diaper rash. We wash the diapers with Charlie's Soap and the kids haven't been irritated at all. After hearing horror stories from friends, the absence of diaper rash issues has been very welcome in our house.

One final piece of advice: don't think of it as an either/or proposition. We still use disposables at night and on longer trips out of the house. When it comes to diapers, practicality is more important than making a moral stand against disposable diapers. By using the cloth diapers at home and disposables when out and at night, we do our part for the environment (and our wallet) while still staying sane.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alisa Chase on August 21, 2013
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I own about 6 fuzzibunz that I have bought through Amazon before. This time what I received was nothing like the ones we own. They are cheaply made, and not even close to what my other fuzzibunz look like. Im convinced that they are knock offs but after researching some more it looks like fuzzibunz has their diapers made in China, Turkey and the US. Really? So there are three different versions of the same diaper? I feel ripped off. These diapers felt cheap. I can see fabric fraying when I took it out of the box. I can only imagine how it would look after a few uses. I will be returning the 6 that I ordered from danity baby and really don't know if fuzzibunz will be getting my business anymore. I needed 6 more diapers and think I would rather go with rumparooz or bumgenius. As annoyed as I am with the seller Im also annoyed that amazon would have a seller on here with potential knock offs.
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