Cloth Diaper Week: Bummas Cloth Baby Wipes Review & Giveaway – ENDED

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Bummas are small, soft, eco-friendly cloth baby wipes made especially for drying baby bottoms and preventing surprise squirt attacks. These reusable wipes are available in several different fun color themes. Bummas recently sent me a set of The Wild Ones to review. The set contains ten brightly colored, super soft wipes. Many pediatricians, including our own, recommend using cloth wipes over disposables to help prevent diaper rash because they keep your baby’s bottom dry (not to mention free of chemicals). Moms or expecting moms of boys can probably relate to my fear of being squirted during diaper changes. One of my favorite perks of these cloth wipes is that once the diaper comes off, I can protect myself from any sneak squirt attacks by quickly placing a wipe over the privates during changes. I’m excited to use these with our little guy in 5ish short weeks – I’ll keep you posted on how our squirt prevention goes.

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  • Eliminates the use of talcum powder.
  • 100% Cotton – Woven Velour Terry Cloth milled in the USA.
  • Variety of color combinations for nursery themes.
  • Handy 5” x 7” size. Won’t pill, shrink, or fade.
  • Durable. Just throw them in the wash and use again.
  • They will last until your little one is out of diapers and beyond!
  • Made in the USA

Buy It:

Visit Bummas to purchase these products. A purchase is not necessary to enter the giveaway.

Win It:

Bummas is giving away a set of cloth baby wipes (winner’s choice of colors) to 1 lucky winner ($16.99 value)! This giveaway is open to US residents. For a chance to win, you must do the following:


Required: (You must do #1 in order to qualify for the giveaway)

1. Visit Bummas and tell me which set of cloth baby wipes you would pick if you won. Make sure to leave your email address or a way for me to contact you in your comment.

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The fine print: Do this by July 26th and you are in! 1 winner will be picked randomly. Please make sure that you leave a way for us to contact you or we won’t be able to get this fabulous prize to you. Winners who I am unable to contact and who don’t respond within 48 hours of being sent their winning email notification will forfeit their prize and I will draw another name. I received a sample of the product for review purposes.
I was not financially compensated for this review. This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone.

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839 Responses

  1. My only advice is to try the gDiapers that can use both disposable or cloth. I've heard that cloth is not ideal for the first couple of weeks and that's a good way to go!
    mcbrady 13 at hotmail dot com

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  3. My cloth diapering advice: don't give up! It can seem somewhat daunting and overwhelming in the beginning, but once you get your routine down, it's easy as pie. And don't let other people's comments get you down. If I had a nickel for every person that said (and are saying again) "Just you wait, you'll get sick of it…" or "You're doing what?! Why would you do that? yuck!" I would be a rich woman. πŸ™‚ Have fun!

    Oh and don't be surprised if you have to try a few different detergents/soaps before you find one that works with your water and diapers. The wrong detergent/soap can lead to build up and STINK. yuck.

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  4. My best advice for cloth diaperers of little ones who get diaper rash easily is to make your own liners out of fleece. It requires no sewing since fleece doesn't unravel. I cut rectangles 6×12 inches and just lay them on top of the prefold. The moisture wicks through to the diaper and away from the skin. Then, just toss in the wash with the diapers!

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  6. I would pick their calm ones bundle.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    –Liza

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  7. We are not cd'ing yet, but one piece of advice I've received is wait to invest in one specific cd. Try out a few to see what you like and works best for your baby, it can all depend on the size of the little one!

    heatherandscott030709 at gmail dot com

  8. My advice is to have a diaper sprayer. I love it, without it I would have given up. With a diaper sprayer, no poop goes in my washer.

  9. I entered your Aden + Anais Muslin Swaddling Blanket Giveaway

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  10. Cloth diapering advice-always try one or two different kinds of diapers before investing all of your stash budget into one kind. You never know, you might hate aplix and love snaps, or vice versa.
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  11. The best thing for poopy diapers, especially if you have a peanut butter pooper is a diaper sprayer!
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  15. I'm new to cloth diapering after a year of indecision, so my best advice is to just jump in and get some!
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  16. I am new to cloth diapering, but I would say to do tons of research to get a handle on all the different aspects of cloth diapering.

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  17. I don't really have any advice, since I do not have children to diaper (yet). So…. umm… Buy cute diapers! πŸ™‚

  18. I guess my piece of advise for cloth diapers would be to find a good detergent but also hang dry your diapers! I don't know if other brands of diapers call for using the dryer, but try to hang dry especially in the summer, there is no reason not to. You will be eco-friendly and will save money on energy and less wear on the diapers.

    heatherhaddox@yahoo.com

  19. I haven't started cloth diapering yet but one piece of advice I've heard several times is use diaper liners!
    dani rudolph at gmail dot com