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Buttons Cloth Diapers Review & Giveaway: Just Snap & Go!

BUTTONS Cloth Diapers ReviewCloth Diapers are truly a big love of mine! I was sent a Buttons Cloth diaper for review, and I am super excited to share it with all of you.

About Buttons Cloth Diapers:
“Buttons cloth diapers were born at home. As a husband and wife team, we designed our diapers to be easy to use and affordable for everyone – the way it should be. We believe in keeping our lives simple, even when it comes to diapering. Our company is based in the beautiful Skagit Valley of Northwest Washington, where our family enjoys hiking, biking, sailing, and splashing in puddles. Our diapers are CPSIA certified, which means they are safe for your baby and good for the environment. Our products are responsibly made in China. When you purchase Buttons Diapers, you are supporting a family business.” – buttonsdiapers.com

My Experience:
I used this Buttons cloth diaper 4 times with Justin. He is a pretty heavy wetter and it can be hard to keep him dry even when changing every 1-2 hours. With Buttons we had no leaks and I found the diaper to be exceptionally trim! Which is a huge plus to me in the cloth diaper department!

I usually use pockets, but Buttons are covers that you can use a Hemp or Microfiber inserts that snap right into the cover. I was Sent the print Hero.

Buttons Cloth Diapers Review

Buttons cloth diapers have a double gusset around the legs to help ensure the mess stays contained and there is zero leaks!

Buttons Cloth Diapers Review

Justin is 14.5 months old and is a bit of a chunk. He was last weighed at 27lbs 2 months ago. Buttons are One Size diaper covers and should fit babies 9-35lbs! I was extremely impressed with how trim the diaper was while on my little monkey!

Cute as a button

It was easy to put on, change and wash. This diaper has a really great stretch to it, which is fabulous for your always growing little one. The elastic around the tummy and back made sure nothing made it’s way out if the diaper and Justin seemed extremely happy with the Hero print and all the trucks on his new diaper.

What I really liked most about this diaper was the fact it was quick and easy to put on. No stuffing required and the insert never moved, or bunched! Huge plus when dealing with a heavy wetter – no leaks!

Washing was a breeze too! I just simply did my usual wash, and it was good to go.

Specifications:
Buttons cloth diapers are AI2 diapers. Meaning they are all in two. This means they consist of a cover (or shell) and a snap in insert. Buttons covers for babies 9-35lbs and have two different size snap in inserts. Size 1 for babies 9-20lbs and Size 2 for babies 20-35lbs.

Price Range:
Buttons Cloth diapers range from $11.00-$12.50 each! Inserts are $3.50-$7.75 and Basic Packs range from $139-$225! Everything you need to cloth diaper baby at a very reasonable price!

Recommend:
Yes! I would recommend Buttons cloth diapers! You can get everything you need to cloth your baby at an excellent price, and the quality is fabulous! If for any reason you need to return they also offer a great return policy! These diapers are perfect for first time cloth diaper users, and even veterans who want to try something new or add to an already existing stash!

Huge thank you to Buttons Cloth diapers for sending me this diaper in exchange for review.

GIVEAWAY!

Buttons Cloth Diapers has generiously offered 1 of you Six Time Mommy readers a chance to try your own diaper!

What you win: 1 diaper cover and 1 insert of your choice! You can see the variety here.

a Rafflecopter giveaway
Giveaway open to US and CAN residents only. ONE WINNER will receive 1 Buttons Cloth Diaper Cover and Insert of their Choice .. You have 24 hours from prize announcement to claim your prize before a new winner will be chosen instead. Giveaway is open from Nov 24 – Dec 1 at 11:59p, winner will be chosen and posted/emailed the afternoon Dec 2nd! Good luck!

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.