NEW IBERIA, La. – Mother of Eden, the makers of the patented FuzziBunz® reusable pocket-style diapering system, is proud to announce that FuzziBunz® diapers have taken the top spot in a head-to-head review of various cloth diaper brands. Hipster e-zine, Babble.com, selected FuzziBunz® as its Babble Best cloth diaper in its January 2008 review of various cloth diaper brands.
While author Katie Bayless objectively reviewed each cloth diaper brand, which included gDiapers, Rumpsters, Bum Genius and Happy Heinys, she wrote that FuzziBunz® takes the cake when it comes to her favorite non-disposable brand.
Bayless writes in her review, “Five reasons this is my top pick? 1) No leaks — ever. And I never used more than one insert. 2) No bulkiness — bubble-butt won’t be a problem with these diapers. 3) No staining — I’ve used these diapers for two months now and they still come out of the wash crystal clean. 4) Quick drying — some of the bulkier diapers are still wet coming out of the dryer, but not FuzziBunz®. 5) Ultra-adjustable snap closures — at first I couldn’t figure out why I liked FuzziBunz® snaps — snaps are less convenient, especially on a squirmy baby. But I learned the hard way that being (slightly) more tricky to get on, also means they are more difficult for little hands to get off (picture a crib covered in crap thanks to some of the diapers that didn’t make this list).”
Tereson Dupuy, the inventor of FuzziBunz® reusable pocket-style diapers and CEO of Mother of Eden, says, “This review proves what moms around the world have known all along – that there is nothing better than a FuzziBunz®. We’re the original pocket diaper and we continue to make products that mean something to moms, babies and the world at large.”
The entire review is available online at Babble.com.