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Bummas – The Eco-Friendly Baby Wipe or Washcloth!

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Bummas are small soft, luxurious baby-sized cloths made especially for drying baby bottoms, as well as blocking those surprise squirts. And with a little douse of water, they can also replace commercial wipes for clean up of sensitive bums.   They are small enough to conveniently carry on the go and durable enough to wash over and over again and won’t pill shrink or fade. 100% Cotton, Made in the USA.  We think you will find Bummas to be an indispensable item in your diaper changing regimen.

Bummas

Bummas are one of my FAVORITE baby items. It’s totally a mommy must have. Whether you’re pregnant, have a baby, or buying a baby shower these should be on the list of things to get. They’re great for diaper changes and so much more. Having a little boy means lots of diaper changes that end up with me getting peed on. I can keep one of these next to my diaper changing station and place one over little mans privates while changing him, but I also like to use them to clean noses, wipe eyes, and clean hands. They’re really soft which I love. I’ve bought other baby washcloths and they’re on the rough side, even after several washes. I wouldn’t like having my face or eyes wiped with something rough and I can’t imagine that baby likes it either, so these are perfectly soft. They’re also great for bath time and they’re my new go to washcloth and they’re the perfect size, in my opinion. Some baby washcloths are so big, but to me these are perfect, not too big and not too small.

eco-friendly diaper wipes

If you wanted to use them as washcloths they would be great since they’re absorbent and perfect for cleaning up baby messes. They wash nicely and I’ve had no problems with them fading, pulling apart, or irritating babies skin. They’re affordable and can save you a lot on baby wipes!

baby washcloths

They come in a pack of 10 and are available in a variety of different color packs. I received the “calm” pack which was a bunch of green and white cloths with green, tan, and brown borders. They’re also available in pinks, blues, and mixed colors. These will be sure to last throughout the baby year and beyond!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

About Jamie

Jamie is a 20 something stay at home mom to 3 kids who spends her days ignoring housework, feeding her social media addiction, and dealing with the shenanigans of her kids. She loves chocolate chip cookies, testing out new products, and all things girly.

Comments

  1. I think I’d use this as a butt wipe. We cloth diaper and use cloth wipes too. This could be handy!

  2. I’ve never heard of these, but I wish I’d had them when my boys were itty bitties! They look super nice and soft! I swung by via the SITS challenge! Looking forward to browsing your blog!

  3. I have several brands, and some homemade, wipes but haven’t tried bummas yet, they’re still cheaper than buying disposables over and over again

  4. These look like a great idea. Nothing like this around 40 years ago when I could have used some.

  5. These like they would be great for the little ones. Perfect size!

  6. Olivia Rubin says:

    I personally find it impractical even at the expense of saving trees and money. My sister uses a viva paper towel with some water on it for her 4 month old. Just with the amount if diaprr changes a newborn and infant go thru and no time to juggle being a new mom, emergency c-section, trying to nurse and then take a shower..this seems like it would create more work. Laundry is the last thing on their mind. Plus they would use so much water dong extra loads that that too would counteract the being earth friendly…using up so much water.

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