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Choosing Cloth Diapers: Bum Genius 3.0 One Size | Frugal & Simple

Choosing Cloth Diapers: Bum Genius 3.0 One Size

Introduction: Choosing Cloth Diapers

Choosing Cloth Diapers: Econobum

Choosing Cloth Diapers: Flip One Size Diaper System

Bum Genius 3.0 One Size

Bum Genius Diaper Cover and Liner The inside of the Bum Genius cover is a soft, fleece feeling fabric. This microfiber insert goes into the diaper (you can see the opening at the top of the cover.) The insert is adjustable also, it’s snapped on the medium setting in this picture.

This diaper is Cotton Babies’ #1 Best Selling diaper!

At $17.95, it was the most expensive diaper we purchased but it is also the most convenient one!

The Bum Genius was the second diaper we tested on Emerson:

I already had the insert in the diaper so when it was time to change Emerson, all I did was grab the diaper and put it on! The velcro made it just as simple to use as a disposable diaper! The ease of this made me realize why it is a best selling diaper!

Again, she didn’t seem the least bit phased by having a different diaper on that was thicker than her disposables!

Here is a close up of the diaper. It is super easy to use and it really is not a very bulky cloth diaper!

How did the Bum Genius 3.0 do?

We kept this diaper on her for 4 hours! When we changed her she didn’t have any leaks and was dry from the outside. When we took the diaper off we were amazed that the inside of the diaper didn’t even appear to be wet! Then we took the liner out and it was saturated! We felt the inside of the diaper cover and it felt dry to the touch so the baby was dry! We really were amazed by the absorption ability of this diaper!

The Bum Genius 3.0 One-Size was the easiest diaper to use because the insert goes into the cover and if you have that ready, you just grab the diaper and put it on without worrying about folding or inserting prefolds into the cover! At $17.95, it is the most expensive diaper compared to The Econobum at $9.95 and the Flip at $16.95, but the ease of use makes it worth the extra money if convenience is most important to you!

To be continued…Choosing Cloth Diapers: Flip

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