Bummis Super Brite Diaper Covers - Trim, Lightweight and Waterproof
Bummis diaper covers have earned their reputation for manufacturing durable, hard-working cloth diaper covers, like the most popular, Bummis Super Whisper Wrap, and the lightweight Bummis Pull-On Whisper Pant. Not to disappoint their fans, Bummis' most recent addition, the Bummis Super Brite diaper cover is no different.
The SUPER BRITE diaper cover is available in 6 colorful lightweight and waterproof prints. A single layer of polyester, with a laminated interior that wipes clean, helps extend the life of these diaper covers.
The lightweight fabric of the Super Brite diaper cover is custom-made specifically for these diaper covers. Bummis has very stringent environmental and toxicity standards for production, so you can be 100% certain these cloth diaper covers are as environmentally sound as possible, and are of Bummis quality; cut and sewn using fair labor practices.
The Bummis SUPER BRITE is a wrap-style diaper cover. The side "wings" wrap around baby and secure in the front with a velcro/aplix panel. As a result, these diaper covers are highly adjustable and can fit snuggly without diaper pins and fasteners.
Blow-Outs aren't a problem for Bummis Super Brite Diaper Covers!
Designed to fit perfectly on ANY size baby over ANY type of cloth diaper, the Bummis Super Brite is a gusseted diaper cover. What does this mean for your cloth diapered baby? It means that the innovative design of the Bummis Super Brite diaper cover, provides the extra coverage needed at the thigh WITHOUT the extra bulk normally attributed to gusseted diaper covers.
Bummis uses a gentle, form-fitting lycra binding, instead of elastic, to wrap softly and trimly around baby's thigh. The result? A trim, yet highly effective barrier against leaks.
*Weight and Age ranges are approximate so please check waist, thigh, and rise sizing as well!
The Bummis SUPER BRITE diaper covers don't require any special wash and dry routines. Read how to rinse and store soiled diapers for any questions, or check the manufacturer's site for recommendations. As is most usually the case with cloth diapers and diaper covers, avoid fabric softeners, chlorine bleach, and/or any other whitening agents.