This cover is for brand-new babies only. It is a wonderful newborn diaper cover over newborn prefold diapers. It has gussets and no inner polyester layer. The PUL (waterproofing) is exposed on the inside for a more slick, "wipe-clean" surface. This is a thin cover, since the laminate is exposed. It is a true-size cover (not adjustable - no rise snaps) made specifically for newborn babies. Some people do use it over fitted diapers, but expect to tuck the fitted into the cover. We prefer this over prefolds. See this on a baby.
Bummis items are manufactured in North America and all materials are guaranteed to be free of lead, pthalate and BPA. Bummis has been around for a very long time and is an honored, tried, true and trusted brand with a great warranty. Made in Canada.
Formerly made in all sizes, now only made in size newborn.
It was exactly what I wanted and what I was expecting. Great quality of fabric and holds the diaper very well, keeping my EBF newborn **** inside.
Loved these diapers but my newborn out grew them fast. Perfect for premies!
So small! Skip this cover if your baby is 7lbs or more, and get one with a cord dip and rise snaps so that you can get more than a weeks worth of use out of it. But it is nice quality and should last through handfuls of children, because they are not going to be in it long.
One of my favorites for my newborn, but we are out growing it very quickly. I give it maybe 2 more pounds (=10) before we have to store them for the next baby. I like the elastics, and how well it holds everything in.
I loved these diapers in the newborn size for my baby. The fit was great for that tiny stage. They have now been through 3 newborns, 2 since mine, and I have gotten them back. I am disappointed that they are delaminating. I expected them to last much much longer, considering they were only used for a short time for each child. I mean, figure a max of 2 months of use, which is probably stretching it, per child. So, 6 months worth of use, and now falling apart. I really expected better quality. Comment from GMD: How items are stored between babies and how they were washed when they were in use affects longevity. If stored in an attic, for example, the heat will will speed aging of textiles and waterproofings. Super-heated sanitary wash cycles degrade laminates. Time itself is a factor, too. If it has been several years since they were purchased, then they have lived a good life and it is time to replace them. To store diapering items between babies, rinse them very well so any detergent reside is not remaining on them during storage, keep them at room temperature, not in a hot or damp environment, and keep them away from air. Storing them in a plastic bag or bin in a closet is good for example.