Fuzzi Bunz are a “pocket” diaper which means they consist of a waterproof outer cover and have a pocket which holds a highly absorbent removable liner (usually microfiber, which is very thin but super absorbent). They close with plastic snaps which means no messy velcro that picks up lint in the dryer.
Fuzzi Bunz are by far my very favorite cloth diapers. After several years of trying different cloth diaper systems, and liking most of them, I discovered Fuzzi Bunz and got rid of all my other cloth diapers.
I found that FBs are trimmer than most cloth diapers and also more absorbent. Because the absorbent inner is located inside the pocket, the wetness goes through the liner and gets absorbed by the microfiber, meaning that baby doesn’t feel wet against her skin. Yet because they consist of two parts, they wash and dry more quickly than other all in one diapers.
When I took my daughter to the Pediatrician for the first time, he admired her Fuzzi Bunz and made the comment that he wished more parents used them. He referred to the research on the link between asthma and disposable diapers and noted that her skin was totally rash free.
Fuzzi Bunz are available in a variety of cute colors. The only criticism I can find with Fuzzi Bunz is that they’re a bit pricey. But Fuzzi Bunz hold up well and can be used for more than one child. They can be resold on eBay for a dollar or two less than retail, even if they are used. If you’re having a difficult time affording them, try searching on eBay for Fuzzi Bunz “Seconds”, which the company sells from time to time. Or ask people to give you Fuzzi Bunz diapers as baby shower gifts.