Fuzzi Bunz OneSize ELITE nappies 20% OFF. End of Line
Our Quick Guide to the FuzziBunz One-Size Elite
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|Our opinion:||The Fuzzi-Bunz one size Elite is a popular birth-to-potty nappy. Sizing is adjusted using adjustable elastication around the wasit and legs (similar to childrens trouser adjutments). The elastication is a little awkward at first but once you've got the sizing correct it's then really easy to use. It is slim fitting, quick-drying and available in a range of great colours.|
|Drying time:||Very quick|
|Weight range:||Around 7-35lbs|
|Approx Age range:||Birth through to potty training (2.5 years).|
|Similar Brands:||BumGenius V4, Tots Bots Easyfit, FLIP|
|You’ll also need:||Nappy liners, Bucket, Mesh|
Washing Instructions for FuzziBunz Onesize Elite
Do I need to pre-wash?
Be sure to try your diapers on your baby before washing or using them. If they fit, you should wash the diapers before use on your baby.
How do I wash my FuzziBunz?
FuzziBunz® nappies and inserts should be washed after each use. When removing a wet nappy from your baby, shake the insert out of the pocket opening and store both in a dry nappy bucket till wash time (wash every 1 to 3 days—any longer and bacteria can breed). Do not soak the nappies or inserts. If soiled, simply knock solids into toilet and/ or remove with a diaper sprayer. Small solids stuck to the fleece will dissolve in the wash.
What detergents are recommended?
Start your wash routine with the correct detergent. It is worth it to invest in a detergent that is safe for pocket diapers (not to be confused with cloth diapers – cotton acts differently than polyester).
Top recommended brands include, FuzziBunz detergent or Rockin Green. More mainstream store brands would be Ecover.
But beware of store brands – use only ¼ of the recommended amounts of mainstream detergents as many of them include a lot of wax, additives, brighteners, dyes and perfumes/scents. This may cause buildup on the diapers, repelling of the diapers and may interact with urine and cause a foul odour.
If using a mainstream, store-bought detergent, we recommend that you use only 1/4 of the amount you would normally use. If using a cloth diaper-specific detergent as we recommend, use the amount indicated on the bottle.
Can I use nappy rash creams?
Diaper rash ointments cause diapers to repel and not function properly and can possibly ruin your FuzziBunz. Diapers affected by diaper rash ointments are not covered by our warranty.
Will my colours run if I wash them on Hot?
It is always a good idea to wash your FuzziBunz diapers on cold the first time you wash them if you are concerned about the colors running, however this should not be an issue with FuzziBunz.
Can I use bleach on my FuzziBunz?
You can use bleach on the INSERTS only. This will not hurt the inserts but we discourage using bleach. It is bad for fibers and bad for the environment. But if you run into a smelly insert problem you can either sun them, or bleach them with about a capful of bleach. It does not take much.
How do I get rid of stains from my FuzziBunz?
Stains can be caused by different foods, illnesses and medications. The good news is that stains do not affect the utility of your FuzziBunz®. To remove stains (if desired), we suggest laying them out in the sun for several hours at a time (several times for tough stains). Stains are not covered by our warranty. You can also add Oxiclean to the wash on a regular basis. Bleach may be used on the inserts only—please do not use bleach on the diapers, this will damage the waterproof layer.
My FuzziBunz smell of ammonia - why?
Ammonia smell is generally caused by detergent residue and the combination of urine. Run your diapers through the wash again and be sure not to over use the amount of detergent. Ammonia smell can also be caused by diet of the child and the acidity of the urine. Wash as quickly as possible if you find this is chronic. But keeping your diapers and inserts as residue-free as possible is key.
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