BambinoBUMS is proud of its brand and reputation. We are keenly aware of the importance of reputation in any industry. As such, we take the quality of our products and our service very seriously and promise to take care that each customer has a wonderful experience.
BambinoBUMS takes pride in the quality and craftsmanship of each of our products.
Within one year of documented purchase, should you encounter a defective product, simply fill out the product help request form and our customer care specialist will contact you immediately to begin an in-kind replacement. We only require you to send the defective product (thoroughly laundered of course).
Also within one year of documented purchase, you can return any unused BambinoBUMS that is still in the original packaging, simply fill out the product help request form.
General Care and Washing Instructions Caring for
our cloth diapers
Is as simple as doing a couple extra loads of laundry a week. We recommend you start with a simple routine, then if you have problems, start trying variations. Your water, washing machine, and climate can make a difference in what works.
NOTE: These instructions apply to everything except wool. Here is the basic routine:
Choosing a Detergent The only thing less convenient about using cloth diapers today as compared to 20 years ago, is that detergents all have so much *stuff* added to them that doesn't react well with diapers. Our favorite detergent is Rockin Green and Claudias Choice soap.
Ingredients to avoid:
Front Load and HE Washers:
Choosing the right detergent (see above) is extra important with HE machines to avoid smelly and repelling diapers
Do's and Don'ts of diapers
DO use the highest water level available in your machine to help rinse diapers completely.
DO unfold/unstuff diapers before placing in the washer to allow complete cleaning.
DO smell your diapers after washing. If they smell stinky out of the washer, you need to use more detergent, or a stronger detergent. If they smell like detergent, do another hot rinse to get all the detergent out.
DON'T use bleach or fabric softener on any diapering products. Beware that "baby" detergents and "free & clear" or "natural" detergents can contain oils that leave a coating and affect absorbency.
DON'T use natural soaps, as the natural oils can leave a residue on microfleece causing it to repel liquid.
DON'T use Desitin or other diaper creams containing zinc oxide, as that is very difficult to wash out of diapers. You can use our olive oil-base Healing Salve safely with cloth diapers, or if you need to use stronger medicated creams, use a flushable liner.
Questions? Send us an emial and we can help.