Friday, May 1, 2009

FuzziBunz Review

It's the review you all have been waiting for...

So those of you that have been following my blog know that I recently wrote to FuzziBunz to ask for a sample cloth diaper. Well, I received in the mail not only one, but two FuzziBunz one size fits all diapers.

The diapers are well made and of excellent quality.

The part of cloth diapering that really intimidated me was the washing. I knew that there were multiple steps involved in washing cloth diapers, but I didn't know what they were. But FuzziBunz makes it look easy. On their website they have simple direct washing instructions.

All one has to do is this:

1. Remove the soiled diaper insert

2. Dump any solid waste directly into the toilet and flush!

3. Do a cold rinse of the diaper and the insert with no detergent

4. Do a hot wash with a mild detergent safe for cloth diapering (like Seventh Generation free and clear or Seven Generation Baby)

5. **Optional*** If the washer you are using does not rinse with cold water after the hot wash, then you need to do another cold rinse cycle.

6. Finally, tumble dry the diaper(s) and insert(s) on a low or delicate setting.


It sounds arduous at first glance, but it was really simple and didn't take me very long at all. In fact the cold rinse itself only takes like 15 minutes in my washer. There is an option on my washer to skip directly to the cold rinse instead of going through an entire wash cycle.

Fuzzi Bunz diapers are really impressive. They hold in the waste products extremely well, they stay on my son's little body excellently. All in all, bravo! They are an excellent product. I am so glad that FuzziBunz allowed me the chance to sample their product. And now that I have sampled their excellent cloth diapers, I have decided to purchase them.

For more information about FuzziBunz, visit their website


  1. Thanks for the review!
    What do you do if you don't have a washer/dryer?
    What other soaps are okay to use with it?

    Why does the one on the right look bigger?

  2. Also, maybe you should consider selling them.
    Buy them wholesale and sell them as an internet business/sell them around the city and to moms you know.

  3. 1. I wrote to FuzziBunz regarding the lack of washer/dryer situation as well as other appropriate soaps to use on cloth diapers.

    2. The diaper on the right looks larger in the picture because it contains an insert. The one on the left does not.

    3. I would be interested in selling them! But I am clueless as to how to start.

  4. Mint- regarding the appropriate soap usage with FuzziBunz please read below. Additionally, it states that the diapers can be washed by hand.

    Thank you for contacting FuzziBunz Diapers. We strongly recommend the following detergents for laundering FuzziBunz Diapers. You can wash the diapers by hand using any of the detergents.

    Allen's Naturally
    Charlies Soap
    Tide Free
    Please keep in mind you can you almost any laundry detergent as long as it is free of all dies, oils, and bleaches.
    **Please know that we strongly suggest that you do NOT use the name brand ALL, even ALL free will cause the diapers to repel.**

    If I can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.


    Kim Walker
    FuzziBunz Diapers

  5. These were really great! So well made. Seemed very comfortable, too. They might be a good lead into toilet training at some far distant time.


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