FuzziBunz is a new perspective on the cloth diaper design. There are many benefits to using cloth diapers versus traditional disposable ones. Cloth diapers are lost lasting and reusable so therefore they save you money, babies rarely get rashes from cloth diapers, and cloth diapers are adjustable so the one size fits all mantra applies. FuzziBunz are made of machine washable hemp and have leg casings and extra stitches sewn in so they will not leak. FuzziBunz are all-natural diapers, and also fit babies from 7-18 lbs.
FuzziBunz was a product that was featured on the popular TV show Shark Tank. Be green, support less of a landfill dogma and use reusable diapers. These reusable hemp diapers are a very unique product that has many practical design features, but you would be wise to read some additional reviews to fully understand if this is the right cloth diaper for you. One thing is an absolute however, with FuzziBunz you will save you two kinds of green.
Decide for yourself if the FuzziBunz Cloth Diapers is a Scam or Legit after reading the user reviews below
These are the best 1-size diapers that I have tried. The Fuzzi Bunz Perfect size diapers are wonderful too, but the thing that makes the 1-size diapers so great is that they will fit from infant size all the way to potty training. I’ve cloth diapered 3 children and tried prefolds, covers, and pocket diapers of various brands, but Fuzzi Bunz has been my favorite “go-to” diaper.
One of the best things about this diaper is that it washes nicely and dries quickly. I only need to put it on a drying rack outside for a couple of hours, which saves a lot on electricity. And stains disappear with just a few hours in the sun. I like the sturdiness of the snaps and the stretchy waterproof cover, which contains messes well. The diaper feels soft on the outside and inside. The material is also very durable (no fuzzy pills) and looks nice wash after wash. And the diaper also washes really easily – just toss the whole thing in the wash – one rinse cycle on cold, a hot wash cycle, and then a cold rinse.
Note that that the diaper is meant for “10-45 pounds” and will be huge on most newborns as well as bad for the healing of the umbilical cord (since the diaper covers it and could keep it from drying out). On the smaller settings (for babies less than 18 lb), it is a little more difficult to get the insert into the cover. Another concern I had about Fuzzibunz is that the inside of the diaper seems to get really warm and moist due to it being made of fleece, and I worry that a newborn may get overheated in the summer. For a one year old, it’s not as big of a deal. Also the fleece makes it hard to tell if the diaper is wet unless you stick your finger in the diaper or smell it. On the other hand, the fleece does help keep the baby’s skin dry, preventing diaper rash. Fuzzibunz says the warranty is void if you use diaper rash cream, but if you need it, California Baby diaper rash cream is the best (and smells wonderful).
I don’t understand how this could fit a 35lb child. That is impossible. It is a trim diaper but it’s not ONE size like it says. My child is only 21 lbs and this is almost at the limit of what the diaper can fit. I don’t understand how any parents could like this diaper. I love BumGenius but FuzziBunz is crap.
Despite applying all cloth diapering tricks – fuzzibunz are the only diapers in our stash that have compression leaks when doubling the inserts. Hard to resell and not worth the investment.
If you are thinking about doing cloth, I would recommend trying a few different styles within your price point to find your favorite. For us, BumGenius and Charlie Banana are a go ahead. These Fuzzibunz were definitely a waste of money and not diapers that we will be able to use.