Saturday, November 07, 2009

FuzziBunz giveaway!


I am exited to be able to sponsor a FuzziBunz giveaway! One reader will win their choice of a Perfect Size or One Size Fuzzibunz diaper.

How to enter:
Leave a comment with your favorite cloth diapering tip. Or, if you're new to cloth diapering, a question for the rest of us to answer! 

For additional entries (new comment for each entry, please):


 Giveaway ends Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 5 pm EST.

172 comments:

  1. All in ones are great, but if you use just a simple old-fashioned diaper, Snapis are great. They make them so much easier to use!

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  2. I originally got discouraged with cloth diapering; changing a newborn so often made me give up, and the last thing I needed during recovery from birth was another load of laundry. But, now, diaper changes are longer in between, and it is SO worth the extra load of laundry. Economically, environmentally, etc.

    If it is too difficult at first, don't beat yourself up. And never give up on it!

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  3. I've never used fuzzi bunz before, but I love my other pocket diapers!

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  4. I am now a facebook fan!

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  5. I love FuzziBunz! I am a new mom-to-be, but I have been an aunt to two fuzziBunz kiddos for four years and have had my share of diaper changing. I admire my sister because she cloth diapers wherever they go. They don't let life get in the way of cloth diapering.

    I am a Facebook fan.

    I will add this contest to my blog at http://belliesinbloom.blogspot.com

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

    (4 entries - I think)

    hannah.reasonerLMT@gmail.com

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  6. We've never used fuzzi buns before but they look great!

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  7. And what brand of laundry soap do you wash your diapers in?

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  8. I want to know if any of you are managing to cloth diaper without laundry machines in the home. I am laundromat reliant right now, and not sure that I can handle more laundry than I am doing right now!

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  9. My favorite cloth tip is to buy preemie diapers if your having your first baby. Even if they only fit for the first couple days/weeks..you'll appreciate having something that fits RIGHT!

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  10. Prefolds are great for newborns because they're so cheap that you can get several dozen!

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  11. I've not used fuzibunz before, but I'm interested in trying!

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  12. Pocket diapers like FuzziBunz are great because they allow you to easily add extra inserts to customize the absorbency (esp. for night time). We use a couple of hemp inserts and a prefold in a pocket diaper to get us through half the night.

    I am now a fan on facebook, too!

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  13. I haven't tried fuzzibunz yet.
    My tip would be: do not use regular detergent (even the free and clear kind) - after 6 months my son's diapers stank from the detergent build-up...
    I have just ordered Charlie's soap and I am crossing my fingers that it will get rid of the stink.

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  14. I have never used fuzzi bunz on my own children, but have changed other children who use them and I really like them. I am contemplating using them on our new baby this June.

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  15. I am now a fuzzi bunz fan on facebook.

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  16. If your diapers have detergent build-up (skunky or cheesy smelling and not very absorbent) a vinegar rinse in hot water should sort you out!

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  17. I'm new to cloth diapers and have sewn all mine! I have prefolds, AIO's and pockets. I have found that with two uncirc'd boys that the pockets work very well with wicking moisture away and that way less chance for any infections. Plus they look cute in the colors!!! I've also used snaps and touchtape. I like the snaps for my older who can't get it open!

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  18. I found the best detergent to use with this site: http://www.pinstripesandpolkadots.com/detergentchoices.htm I switched to Planet brand and I haven't had any enzyme/urine reactions (early in our CD days we encountered that).

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  19. Another tip: you can use a FB without an insert as a swim diaper or underwear for ECing!

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  20. I became a fan on facebook.

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  21. I linked to the giveaway on facebook

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  22. I subscribed on youtube!

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  23. Another tip, I discovered with newborns:

    With my first, the small sized FBs I bought were too small so I used disposables for 2-3 weeks. With my second newborn, I wanted to avoid disposables entirely. If I had known about this beforehand, I wouldn't have bought newborn prefolds and covers. You can covert a small FB to a newborn diaper by wrapping a birdeyes flat diaper onto the baby and then layering the FB over it. The flat diaper provided just enough bulk to start using the FB right away.

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  24. Ok, I did a lot of homework on these things over 3 years ago when our son was just ity bity (if you can call 10lbs ity bity) to try to find the best cloth diaper solution for us... we loved the fuzzibunz. Now, I have turned another friend on to them... so if I win then her little girl will get a brand new fuzzi instead of just borrowing our (now old style) fuzzi's. Thanks for the great contest/giveaway.

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  25. I love that pocket diapers are so customizable! We have a huge stash of inserts, so our daytime stuffing is different from nap stuffing, and night stuffing is the fluffiest of all. Try getting that kind of customization out of a disposable diaper!!!

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  26. We're using Bum Genius pockets right now, but would love to have a FB. Pockets rule!

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  27. We've cloth diapered our toddler for about a year now, but baby #2 is on the way, so I'll be new to cding a newborn.

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  28. I'm so thankful to know what someone posted earlier--that I'll have to consider the newborn situation since they are so tiny. I can imagine that if I had a newborn and discovered that the CDs didn't fit, I'd be too overwhelmed to find a solution and would just ask my husband to run out and get some disposables. Thanks so much!

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  29. Thanks for the giveaway! My tip is that prefolds are so great during the day and diapers like fuzzibunz are awesome at night. This way, cloth-diapering can be cheaper!

    corrie

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  30. I've never used fuzzi bunz before!

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  31. Here's a link to the contest on my blog.

    http://jonesweekly.blogspot.com/2009/11/fuzzi-bunz-giveaway.html

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  32. I love Fuzzi Bunz. I have been using them since my now 14 month old was 2 months. I have two tips:
    1. I wrap a microfiber car wash towel (cheap at Target or Walmart) around the insert and then stuff for extra absorbancy at night. My daughter nurses all night (literally) and we have no leaks!
    2. I use a Viva paper towel as a liner to catch solid poop. Then there is no shaking, dunking or rinsing.

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  33. Love my fb's! Have used them on all three kids. Haven't tried the one sized ones yet, but they look great!

    My tip: if your hemp inserts start to get stinky, soak them in a mix of water and hydrogen peroxide. I use half a bottle of peroxide plus enough water to cover them. Let soak for a while-couple hours? Then wash as usual. Works for other inserts too, but I've noticed the stink on the hemp ones more often.

    -lpnmon

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  34. My favorite tip for cloth diapers is that when babies are completely breastfed, their stools are so loose no rinsing of diapers is needed (for Chinese prefolds atleast) just throw them in the washer!

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  35. New to cloth, my question is When using sized diapers which size do I need the most of, small, medium, or large?
    jilldaniel_wv@yahoo.com

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  36. I'm new to cloth, baby is due in Feb.

    jilldaniel_wv@yahoo.com

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  37. Never used a FB before, I don't even have any in my stash yet.
    jilldaniel_wv@yahoo.com

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  38. i have never used Fuzzibuns, I have only ever used chinese prefolds

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  39. My tip...Don't forget about cloth wipes if you are going to cloth diaper! You can easily make your own or buy cheap washcloths, or buy them cheaply online. They work so much better than disposable wipes, and you can use plain water (or make a solution if you want), so baby's delicate bum is not inundated with commercial wipe chemicals :)

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  40. I'm a FB fan now!

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  41. ...and I subscribed at youtube too!

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  42. Don't lose the Snappi in the middle of changing the diaper! (by sitting on it, or letting the baby roll over on top of it, etc. etc.).

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  43. Never used fuzzi bunz before, but pockets are great!

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  44. I'm new to cloth diapers. I have the Bumgenius 3.0. Do you have any tips for keeping the velco tabs stuck together in the wash so that they don't connect diaper to diaper and cause extra wear and tear? They are supposed to stay connected inside the diaper but mine end up forming a long chain of diapers.

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  45. My favorite tip is to invest in a diaper sprayer aka mini-shower. It has made a huge difference for me--no dunking and swishing, no touching poo, just spray off the diaper and drop it in the pail. It makes things quick, easy, and clean. :)

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  46. I've used WAHM diapers that are similar to the old FB style, but never an official FB. I had heard that the old FBs their elastic would wear out really fast, so I opted to go with something else. These new one-size ones look really nice though, and I would LOVE to try them!

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  47. My favorite CD tip isn't about the diapers themselves, it's about the wipes. Buy a yard of patterned flannel and then cut it into large squares or rectangles with pinking shears. No need to sew anything, pour a wipe solution like LuSa over them, and just wash along with your diapers. So easy and makes throw-away wipes redundant.

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  48. ...and I have never used FuzziBunz before...

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  49. ...and my question is, if one is using prefolds and covers, is it necessary to pin or use Snappis? And which do you prefer?

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  50. Question: are cloth wipes the way to go?

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  51. I'm new to cloth diapering (our first baby should arrive sometime in February)

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  52. I've never used Fuzzi Bunz before, but they look great!

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  53. I love Fuzzi Bunz! Those and Swaddlebees are my favorite pocket dipes (I like pockets much more than AIOs).

    Janie, here is an INGENIOUS way to do cloth wipes, using a disposable wipe container (you may want some disposables for going out and about).

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  54. I am also now a Facebook fan!

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  55. The Reluctant Snowbird:

    I have found that with prefolds combined with covers, honestly, you really do not need pins or even Snappis. I also don't even do any origami-ish folding pattern - I literally fold them in thirds and put them inside a cover. That's it!

    (After much experimentation, I use a combo of prefolds with covers and pocket diapers.)

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  56. I am also now following on Twitter. :^)

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  57. reluctant snowbird- you don't HAVE to use snappis or pins, but you'll have fewer poo leaks onto your covers. I have used both pins and snappis in diapering 3 kids, and both have their place. I like snappis for their speed when you get to the stage where baby won't hold still. I like pins for cover-free diapering for more air flow (like when they have a rash.

    -lpnmon

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  58. We used Knickernappies and BumGenius with my daughter, but decided to use FuzziBunz with my son and we LOVE them. They are much easier to stuff than the Knickernappies and softer than the BumGenius and they contain those breastmilk poops like nobody's business. My tip: we use water softener to strip our diapers of detergent residue every few months.

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  59. I'm a fan on Facebook now!

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  60. I'm not a FB FB fan. ;-)

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  61. I teach Childbirth Ed classes and I love to educate couples about the many options they have - including the option to use cloth diapers!

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  62. I have always wanted to try cloth diapers! I think its a great concept. But how do you do cloth diapers on the go? I mean with disposables, you just throw them away. What do you do with the cloth diapers?

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  63. I am new to cloth diapers and have been reading about them nonstop!

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  64. I am new to fuzzibunz. A neighbor used them a year ago and she said that she loved them! They looked wonderful! I love that you can do the one size!

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  65. I am following on Twitter!

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  66. I am a subscriber on you tube and those videos are so helpful to a new interested fan!

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  67. I am getting ready to order a snap press to put snaps on my prefolds to encourage my hubby and older kids to use them.
    I have a few that the snappis don't work well on and only I know which. To make them all equally easy I will be trying this.
    I do love the fitted with snaps and do have a few, but not enough to encourage the others to use cloth.
    Emmy

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  68. I love FuzziBunz! To prevent diapers with velcro closures from getting stuck to other diapers, I close then like you would when you are diapering and them flip them inside out. Works great!

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  69. FB are GREAT! My best cloth diaper tip is that if you don't LOVE the diapers you're using, buy a few more different kinds to find the ones you DO love. Sometimes it takes a while to figure out which ones you mesh with. Some people think they just aren't the "cloth" cut!! When really, they just don't like the type of diaper they're using - there are SO many different kinds available for us now - branch out and find one that suits YOU!

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  70. I'm really keen to use cloth diapers (once bub arrives) and am at a loss as to which ones to choose. These look perfect for me.

    I've no tips, hmmm, or questions yet (am sure I'll have plenty in about 6 months...!!)

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  71. Just starting my first cloth diaper adventure. What kind of detergent would you recommend? The stuff they sell at the boutique where I bought the diapers is just way too expensive.

    Thanks!!

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  72. I will be new to cloth diapering in Jan or Feb. My question is when kids gets squirmy is it difficult to keep cloth diapering? would you say there is a difference with the ease factor between pocket diapers and pre folds?

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  73. I'd love to find a comprehensive list of approximately how many cloth diapers are needed for each stage of childhood. I have no idea how many I'm going to need!

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  74. Here is my blog post: http://jnicholea.blogspot.com/2009/11/fuzzibunz-giveaway.html

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  75. I second the question about cloth diapering without a washing machine...how hard would it be to hand wash cloth diapers? I'd really like to go the cloth route this time instead of disposables.

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  76. Oh & I became a fan on facebook too :)

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  77. I'm new to cloth diapers, but I'm looking into them for the next baby.

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  78. I'm new to FuzziBunz, too, but I have a friend that uses them.

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  79. I second the question on what sizes to get the most of or if the one size is the way to go.

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  80. I also became a fan on facebook

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  81. My greatest diaper trick is to be sure you strip them before it is too late!!

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  82. I'm new to cloth diapering!

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  83. I've never used FuzziBunz before and they look to be amazing!

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  84. Now following @fuzzibunz on twitter!

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  85. I use a few tablespoons of vinegar in a Downy ball with every diaper wash. Somehow it disperses the vinegar during the rinse and they're never smelly!
    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  86. I follow Fuzzi bunz on Twitter (channynn).

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  87. I'm a fan of Fuzzi Bunz on Facebook (shannon carman finer).
    shannoncarman at yahoo dot com

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  88. I always thought that using MORE soap would get the diapers cleaner...wrong...my first set of diapers got soooo clogged up with soap that they stopped absorbing. So now I know, only use 1 TBS...and I love cloth diapering.

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  89. I'm expecting my first and have started the process of collecting a combo of fuzzibuns and bumgenius (all gifts and loaners at this point). Since I'm new to this, my question is how many do I need? I have 12, but fear that might not last more than a day before each wash load.

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  90. Fuzzi Bunz are my favorite! A couple of tips:

    Janie, cloth wipes are definitely the way to go. You can throw all of your dirty diapering supplies into the same bag, and we've found them to be much more efficient than disposable wipes.

    Rachel, when we're on the road, we carry a wet bag that zippers shut and put all of our wet or dirty diapers in that.

    Jessica, when our baby got really squirmy, we switched from prefolds to pockets as we find pockets easier to put on when he just won't stay still. Prefolds weren't really much more work at when he was younger, once we got our technique down.

    Jenna and Sarah, we had about 36prefolds and 8 covers when he was a newborn, which was probably overkill but allowed us to go a couple days between washes if we wanted. We were also using the prefolds as burp cloths, FWIW. Now that he's 7 months old, we're pretty happy with 18 pockets (for daytime) and a few prefolds and hemp doublers (for nighttime, as he's a heavy wetter and a double-stuffed pocket isn't enough for us).

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  91. My CD tip:

    Pefolds and covers are actually just as easy as pocket diapers and AIOs for me! They are less of a hassle to wash (because you don't have to be as careful) and they are CHEAP.

    I use Indian prefolds and Thirsties covers (Thirsties are THE BEST--never had a leak, EVER!) with Snappis. You don't have to use a Snappi, but I've found that when I don't the diaper cover gets soiled more often. When I'm leaving the baby with a sitter, I always leave FuzziBunz because they are much easier for a sitter to figure out and they don't have to worry about anything (prefolds really aren't hard--but they just intimidate people). I also use FuzziBunz at night with an extra insert -- they are very absorbent and keep baby happy for 8 hours!

    Sarah C.--
    You will need way more than 12 diapers unless you want to do laundry every single day! Newborns will go through at least 10-12 diapers a day and BumGenius and FuzziBunz take a while to dry, so you won't have any diapers to put on your baby while they're washing and drying if you don't buy more. Here's what I have, and I do laundry every 2-3 days:
    4 Thirsties covers
    25 Indian prefolds
    4 Fuzzi Bunz
    3 Snappis
    3 Hemp Babies doublers
    40 or so cloth wipes

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  92. my advice is to be relaxed about it.
    when you start out, have a few disposables on hand so if your diapers aren't dry yet or something you don't have to panic.
    then, when you figure out what you like (we're a 95% prefolds + thirsties wraps) get a large enough stash that you can be calm about washing when you have the chance (i have 30 prefolds and 5 covers + about 6 AIO/AI2s).

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  93. never used fuzzi bunz before!

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  94. I use Oxyclean to get bright orange breast-fed poo stains out of my prefolds and inserts. I have found that if I use Oxyclean on covers or pocket all-in-ones the heat from the oxygen damages the plastic.

    My favorite covers are wool wraps. They are a little more work with the upkeep but they don't need to be washed as often. I also like that they are breathable and cause less diaper rash!

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  95. I am new to cloth, or will be when my child is born any day now!!
    We plan on using prefolds with a cover (thirsties to try first). In reading up I wonder if using AIO overnight are a smart way to go?

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  96. Now following on Twiter

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  97. My husband and I don't have kids yet but we'd like to start soon. I'm curious about trying cloth diapering but I've read that they really aren't that environmentally friendly when you account for the extra laundry water, toilet flushing, detergent, sewage processing, and electricity (for those of us who don't have room to line dry). I know it means no diapers in landfills, but does that offset the negatives? Anyone have some data for either side of the argument?

    (I'm more interested in cloth diapers because of the cost savings anyway, but I thought the green aspect was an interesting point of discussion.)

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  98. What do you use on them if they start to stink? What about stains?

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  99. I'm a fan on facebook now.

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  100. I have never used Fuzzibunz. I have used other brands, but would like to try Fuzzibunz. thanks for the chance.

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  101. I'm pretty new to cloth diapering, but I do have a tip. Baby washcloths make great cloth wipes! And they're cheap too!

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  102. I'm new to cloth diapering. I've only been doing it for a little over a month.

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  103. I've never used FuzziBunz before.

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  104. I subscribed to the FuzziBunz YouTube channel.

    To answer the question about stains, put them in the sun. I read about this and tried it and it really does work. It's amazing!

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  105. Andie Gunter11/10/09, 12:58 PM

    When you cloth diaper, how do you deal with poopy diapers? If the poop is solid, I see how you just put it in the toilet, but what if it's messy? What do you wipe with, etc?

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  106. Andie Gunter11/10/09, 12:58 PM

    I became a fan on Fuzzi Bunz on Facebook.

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  107. Andie Gunter11/10/09, 12:59 PM

    I am new to cloth diapering.

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  108. I've never used Fuzzi Bunz before

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  109. My cloth diapering tip: expensive detergents are not necessary. I use All Free & Clear and have no problems with smell or rashes. If the diapers start to stink run white vinegar in the rinse cycle.

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  110. I didn't know to double up on inserts. Good idea to get through the night!

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  111. I've never cloth diapered before, but plan on it for our second child, due in May.

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  112. I follow FuzziBunz on Twitter.

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  113. I twittered about this giveaway.

    http://twitter.com/chalcedonia/statuses/5602416406

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  114. My best tip is natural is usually best... use natural detergent and natural sun to keep diapers looking their best!
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  115. I have never tried Fuzzibunz before but have heard many great things about them!
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  116. I follow Fuzzibunz on twitter (NotimeMom)
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  117. I am a fan of Fuzzibunz on facebook
    (andrea kruse)
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  118. new to cloth -- what's everyone's favorite detergent to use?

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  119. I subscribe to Fuzzibunz on Youtube
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  120. i'm new to cloth diapers -- baby is due dec5 :)

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  121. fuzzibunz twitter follower

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  122. Tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/notimeMom/status/5603746852
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

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  123. fuzzibunz youtube subscriber

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  124. tweeted http://twitter.com/erinlitt/status/5603807697

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  125. My favorite tip is: Don't be afraid to ask tons of questions. Everyone started where you did (not knowing anything) and the cloth diapering community is incredibly helpful, eager to share their knowledge, and excited to share the great benefits (ecologically and economically among many) with you. So just ask!

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  126. I've actually never used FuzziBunz. I am a OS kind of gal and only own 1 sized diaper (an apple cheeks) so I'd love to try another brand of sized diapers

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  127. I follow fuzzibunz on twitter!

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  128. I am a fan of Fuzzibunz (initials ABS) on Facebook

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  129. i tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/monkeysonthebed/status/5603938316

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  130. I have never used fuzzi bunz but would love to try.

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  131. Pocket diapers are great for the beginning crawling stage when kids just want to move. And they are easy for sitters and grandmas.

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  132. I love the hook and loop for babysitters but the snaps stay put on squirmy babies! I love the fact that there is an adjustable elastic since I just changed a bunch of elastic in some 2nd hand FB's that I had that have gone through 2 of my children now!

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  133. Became a fan of FB on facebook.

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  134. sunning will help get rid of stains

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  135. Hi! I'm fairly new to the CDing world--I've only been doing it full-time for less than 2 weeks, but so far I love it.

    Question: I've heard so much about diapers stinking. So far mine don't stink, but do you have any tips or ideas about preventing this?

    szogediek at yahoo dot com

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  136. I'm new to cloth diapers!

    szogediek at yahoo dot com

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  137. Follow Fuzzibunz on Twitter

    szogediek at yahoo dot com

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  138. FuzziBunz fan on Facebook

    szogediek at yahoo dot com

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  139. I'm curious how many cloth diapers you recommend to get started for a newborn and beyond?

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  140. I'm new to cloth diapering.

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  141. I've never used Fuzzibunz before. They come highly recommended, though!

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  142. I'm following Fuzzibunz on Twitter.

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  143. I tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/curlyq776/status/5622941934

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  144. Hanging the diapers out in the sun to dry bleaches out stains naturally. It also saves on energy by skipping the dryer.

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  145. I am new to cloth for my first baby, although my mom used cloth (flat fold and plastic pants) on my brother who is 12 years younger. I helped wash, fold, and diaper him.

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  146. I have never used FB, but am very interested in trying them.

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  147. We've just started cloth diapering here in the last few weeks since my second child was born. We're loving just plain old prefolds and covers (and some woolies!) and a few fitteds, but still trying out new dipes since most of our "stash" is the tiny prefolds and they won't last us forever size-wise.

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  148. Subscribed to their youtube!

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  149. And linked it on facebook. Good luck all, I've never used Fuzzibunz before but they look great!

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  150. FB One Size are my go-to diaper when I know I need something to last for several hours - night time and running errands. They absorb so well leaving my baby girl's bum rash free. We are just starting out CD'ing so I've been trying out tons of different brands! FB are the ones I use every.single.day!

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  151. Has anyone tried bumgenious and compared them to fuzzi bunz?

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  152. Bathroomsprayers.com has the best selection of these sprayers which are actually hand bidet sprayers meant to be used to clean yourself, not a diaper originally. Great way to save allot of money on toilet paper and help the environment. They even have a stainless steel one with a 5 year warranty!

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