Monday, August 10, 2015

Bummas 100% Cotton Cloth Wipes Review

Disclosure: I received this item in exchange for my honest review. All opinions and experiences are my own and may differ from those of your own. 


 Bummas was created when the creators needed a better way to dry off their first son's bum after a diaper change. They felt their son's bottom was too wet to put a new diaper on and blowing down there until they were blue in the face just wasn't cutting it. So they created Bummas, a soft and absorbent, luxurious baby cloth to soak up all the wetness. Which can also double as a cloth wipe for wiping the bum.

Bummas Calm Set

Bummas Cloth Wipes ($15ARV) come in various color packs for little girls and boys. The calm set features earth tones; greens and browns. I love that some of the wipes are white and others are green while the stitching also varies in colors.

Bummas are designed to be laid over the private area of the baby so you don't get any surprise attacks, especially with little boys! Sometimes this happens as soon as you open the diaper, I was pretty good at noticing and quickly covering the boys back up with their diapers.  With Bummas you'll be protected while cleaning up the other areas. A single Bummas wipe will soak up an entire.

After having two little boys, I really wish I knew about these with my first son. Boy that was quite the learning experience and I definitely got much faster at my diaper changing skills. These are multipurpose, you can use them as "pee pee" covers, wet them and use as wipes or keep them dry and dry off the bum after it's been wiped down with a wet wipe. 

Come check out our previous review of The Wild Ones, shows you how to fit a 10 pack of Bummas into a reusable travel sized Huggies wipe container.  

Purchase Bummas
You can purchase Bummas through their website or on Amazon.  


How would you use Bummas?


  1. I'm getting ready to cloth diaper when our little one arrives, so these would be great to have too!

  2. This is fantastic! I did not realize that there were reuseable wipes too! I love how far along cloth diapering has come!