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Our Favourite Bummis Cloth Diaper Accessories

If you’re ready to accessorize your cloth diaper stash, or even build a starter stash, you’ve come to the right place! Welcome to the 5th Annual Accessorize Your Stash in August Giveaway Hop, hosted by Lindsey Blogs and Viva Veltoro! I’ve joined a fabulous group of bloggers to bring you some great cloth diaper and cloth diaper accessory giveaways. After you enter mine, scroll down to the linky at the bottom to visit all the other giveaways and the Grand Prize from our hosts!

Tampa All in one

We’ve been fans of Bummis for a very long time, from their classic prefolds to their new All-in-One diaper. I love that they offer a complete cloth diapering line in fresh and trendy colours and prints for newborns all the way through to potty training: prefolds and wraps, fitted diapers, all-in-two Duo-Brite diapers, all-in-one diapers, swim diapers, Potty Pants, wet bags, and cloth diapering accessories to make your cloth diaper routine more convenient. Today I’m talking about our favourite Bummis accessories!

Wet bags are the ultimate cloth diapering accessory. Even after potty training, they’re perfect for swimsuits, dirty clothes, travelling, toiletries, lunches, menstrual pads, and more. Bummis makes waterproof wet bags in four different sizes from 5″x6″ snack bags up to 24″x24″ pail liners.

Fab Wet Bag

I always recommend cloth wipes over disposable baby wipes. Regardless of the type of diapers you use, you’ll need a healthy stash of wipes for diaper changes, drool-soaked chins, runny noses, sticky hands… babies require a lot of wiping up! Bummis Cotton Wipes are made of 100% unbleached cotton flannel. They’re 1-ply, and at 8″ x 8″, just the right size to tuck into your pocket or diaper bag. They’re soft and practical, with just a touch of whimsy in the rainbow stitching. Sold in packs of 6.cloth wipes

But what about the poop? Bio-Soft liners are flushable diaper liners that make clean up a breeze. No need to rinse poopy cloth diapers in the toilet! Bio-Soft liners contain the solid waste; you simply discard the soiled liner in the toilet and flush away the mess. Bio-Soft liners come in two sizes and are made in England from non-woven 100% viscose rayon, a cellulosic fibre derived from natural sources, with no binder so they biodegrade within 8 days in a sewage treatment system or 20 days in a septic tank.

Bio-soft liners

If you prefer to keep everything reusable, Bummis fleece liners are a layer of fleece you can add on top of any cloth diaper. They’re soft, breathable and wick moisture away from your baby’s skin, creating that stay dry sensation. Solids slide right off the fleece, and baby’s diaper is protected from creams and ointments. They come 5 liners per package, and they’re eco-friendly, non-toxic, and made in Canada from fabrics milled in the USA.fleece liners

Fleece liners were my preferred option for dealing with poop during our cloth diapering days. Plop the poop into the toilet then throw them into the laundry with your cloth diapers and wash as usual. Easy peasy!

Shop

Bummis cloth diapers and cloth diaper accessories are available at Lagoon Baby in Canada or Diaper Junction in the US.

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Win a Bummis Prize Pack!

Win a Bummis prize pack (US/CAN, 9/1)

We’re sharing the Bummis love with a cloth diaper prize package! One of my readers will win a Bummis All-in-One diaper, set of cloth wipes, and choice of reusable fleece liners or Bio-soft flushable liners.

Enter in the giveaway widget below. This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada, 18+. All entries will be verified.

Click here to check out my other open giveaways and be sure to like me on Facebook!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation. Nevertheless, all opinions expressed are completely honest and my own, based on my personal experience. Your experience may differ. Lindsey Blogs at SEBG, Viva Veltoro, and the Accessorize in August participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

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