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From the Riviera to the kiddie pool, your baby will have the cutest swimwear around with the Bummis Clownfish Swim Diaper Cover.
For more information on swim diapers, read Understanding Swim Diapers
This worked perfectly for my Son on his first day of baby swim class. The Clownfish were all the rage!
Fit: Feels true to size
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My little 3 month old grandson gave the swim diaper a real trial, and it worked great! It was easy to wash out with some soap.
San Diego CA
so far very happy
We used it only once but I'm very happy so far with the product. Doesn't hold the pee but that's obvious right? :) I'll believe it holds poop in though. Hopefully won't have to check that on public pool :) Good stuff!
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Bummis began as the proverbial “kitchen table business”, started by three mothers who were using cloth diapers on their own babies and were inspired to create the products they themselves needed. Since then, Bummis has grown and prospered while staying true to the vision that inspired its inception and the values that fuelled its growth. We believe that once parents see how easy it is to use cloth diapers, they will use them! So we focus on making it easy – through the products we design and distribute, the washing and using information we disseminate and the customer service we are so passionate about.
We produce everything we can in our factory in the Montreal area, and we use North American components as much as is humanly possible. For the products and components unavailable to us here in North America, we work with our long-time, reputable partners in the UK and Pakistan. Everything – both manufactured here and imported - is tested for non-toxicity and also where relevant for good biodegradability standards.
As soon as we were able to do so, we switched our cloth diapers to GOTS certified organic cotton. Even though our prefolds by the dozen are now slightly more expensive than non-organic options, we feel that it is completely worth it – both for us and for consumers. Using organic cotton further reduces the carbon footprint of using cloth diapers, and it protects everyone in the chain – from grower to sewer to baby. It also protects the earth from the chemical overuse that threatens soil, air, water and biodiversity, and promotes a more sustainable way of life.