How many blog posts can you write about one cloth diaper? You can never write too many, as long as I have something to tell you, I’m sure the google search engines will help you find out more. Recently, I wrote a review on the new and improved Bummis all in one style cloth diaper. This cloth diaper is now known as the Bummis Pure and it’s pretty much remarkable. However, chances are you’re probably wondering why it’s better and more remarkable than the previous Bummis AIO.
Disclosure: CozyBums sent me a Bummis Pure to write one review. This is a second review done solely on my own time and desire. I write about products I love and hate, but I always tell you the truth. I also take advantage of commissioned links.
5 Reasons Bummis Pure is MORE Remarkable the Bummis AIO
- Longer Leg Elastics: On the older style Bummis AIO the leg elastics started at the lower rise snap. Now, the elastics on the Bummis Pure start at the top of the rise snaps giving a long stretchy elastic to hold in everything from liquids to solids (and everything in between).
- Closer Rise Snaps: Diaper Dick is real, and that saying is a little vulgar. This subtle change on the Bummis Pure ensures less awkward bulges and more great fit underpants and sleepers.
- Wicking Jersey: This material is the bomb diggity. Unlike the cotton interior of the Bummis AIO, Wicking Jersy is less prone to staining and more enthusiastic at releasing poop into the toilet (where it belongs). It also gives a great punch of colour and a stay dry feel that holds up over time (this is evident in other diapers I own like Funky Fluff and Omaiki).
- Different Absorbency: Dimple organic cotton is awesome for the older style Bummis AIO, the changes to omit the loop on the inside, and try a bamboo cotton blend are just a little nicer on the Bummis Pure.
- $27.95: The Bummis AIO used to be about $32.95 making it one of the more expensive all in one cloth diapers, but now the Bummis Pure the least expensive Canadian made all in one cloth diaper.
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For these five reasons, I keep talking about the Bummis Pure. I struggled with my Bummis AIO, while absorbent, I leaked and wicked on me. To combat this, I would use a fleece cover or wool cover. Boost it, and then cozy warm pants for bed and we were dry in the morning. Otherwise, it was a diaper I mostly only used around the house without pants on.
The Bummis Pure is different. Its been a solid month of heavy use and I haven’t had any wet pants. It’s less absorbent than the Bummis AIO, but its a better-built diaper to give you more function where you need it.