Nationwide Review and Give Away: Diaper Junction’s bumGenius 4.0 Cloth Diapers

by Laura on June 18, 2011

When my sister told me she was going to use cloth diapers on my nephew I thought she was crazy.  I had spent most of my life using old cloth diapers to wash my car or scrub up stains in our carpets.  It seemed sort of old fashioned and a lot of extra trouble for no reason.

But she had done her research.  Articles like this one demonstrated the significant savings of using cloth over disposable.  Then she started showing me pictures on-line of the “new cloth diaper.”  They were so cute and looked like they were easy to take care of! 

After checking prices she decided the best place to buy her diapers was Diaper Junction.  They ship diapers worldwide but also have a store in Virginia Beach so she was able to pick up the diapers she ordered.  Plus they have a 30 Day Diaper Test – try select diapers and if you don’t like them Diaper Junction will give you the money back.   She has saved thousands of dollars by using cloth diapers and has gone back to Diaper Junction every time she needed something new (or just wanted a new color).  Each purchase that she makes saves her hundreds of dollars over traditional diapers- even with coupons.

My nephew (the cutest kid in the entire world) is now over a year old and my sister loves using cloth diapers.  I have never once heard her complain about them.  (She was the one who wanted me to work with Diaper Junction because they have always provided her with excellent service and products.) 

Diaper Junction now has a new benefit for their clients- a cloth diaper service.  You can have cloth diapers delivered and picked up at your doorstep!  There is no long term contract or set up fee and you can check out all the info here.  They also have a customer loyalty program called Stash Cash.  Each time you make a purchase in their online cloth diaper store, you earn 1 point for every dollar you spend – points are then redeemed for Stash Cash.  Points DO NOT expire and can be used for cloth diapers, diaper covers, and other cloth diapering accessories.

In conclusion my sister (and my nephew) highly recommend Diaper Junction

Now onto the good stuff- Diaper Junction has given me 2 bumGenius 4.0 diapers to give away to 2 lucky readers!  I had my sister review them today and she sent me a huge list of why she likes them:

1.  Good Sizing (fits newborns 8lbs-35+)  My son is 31lbs and it fits him with plenty of room to expand.
2.  Comes with two inserts.  I had him in this diaper for 3 hours with no leaks.  Very absorbant!
3.  Cute Colors!
4.  Can be used as a swim diaper.  Just use without the inserts.
5. Son has no trouble moving around in the diaper.
6.  Slim fit (not too bulky)
7.  Velcro fastener.  Makes the diaper fast and easy to put on during a diaper change.

Want to try them yourself?  Now is your chance to win a bumGenius 4.0 diaper!   There are five ways to enter this Give Away (you can enter up to 5 times):

1.  Leave a comment on this post.  Tell me why you would like to try cloth diapers.

2.  Like “A Frugal Chick” on Facebook.  Leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

3.  Like “Diaper Junction” on Facebook.  Leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

4.  Follow “Diaper Junction” on Twitter.  Leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

5.  Visit the Diaper Junction blog and leave a comment on this post telling me which article you liked the best.

This contest will run until June 30th.  At that time I will pick a winner and e-mail them.  If they do not respond in the next 24 hours I will e-mail another winner until I receive a response.

And remember you can always try the 30 Day Test Drive now at no risk! 

Good luck!

Disclosure: I did receive a bumGenius 4.0 cloth diaper to review for this post.  All that being said my sister wrote the review part along with the help of my adorable nephew.  So I just get points for being a great aunt.

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Kirsten Frank June 30, 2011 at 5:34 pm

I “liked” both Afrugalchick.com and diaper junction on Facebook. I LOVE cloth diapers. I especially live Bumgenius diapers :O)

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Ashley June 30, 2011 at 5:25 pm

I liked Diaper Junction on Facebook. I also liked the article: “The Art of Cloth Diaper Organization” because she had some really great tips about how to organize the massive diaper stash and accessories.

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Theresa June 30, 2011 at 5:13 pm

I read “HE What Does That Mean For Me?”

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Theresa June 30, 2011 at 5:07 pm

I like Diaper Junction on Facebook

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Theresa June 30, 2011 at 5:07 pm

I like A Frugal Chick on Facebook

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Theresa June 30, 2011 at 5:06 pm

I enjoyed reading your article on here. I would be interested in trying cloth diapers since I never tried them with my first child. I’m now 16 weeks pregnant with our second and I think it would be nice to try them out. I’m happy that you included a review from your sister because she does have great things to say about them. I’ve always been scared to use them in fear they don’t fit right or “work” good. Plus, if they can save us money I’m all for trying them out.

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Amanda Ohlms June 29, 2011 at 10:02 pm

I liked the article “HE What Does That Mean For Me?” on the Diaper Junction blog because I’ve been having trouble figuring out the best way to wash my diaper in my HE machine.

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Courtney P June 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm

I enjoyed the blog!! My favorite was “Day-to-day Diapering” because my SIL does the same thing but it presented both sides of the two coins. It was a great read. Thanks!

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Brandy June 29, 2011 at 9:45 pm

I like A Frugal Chick on FB.

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Brandy June 29, 2011 at 9:45 pm

I like Diaper Junction on Facebook.

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Brandy June 29, 2011 at 9:44 pm

I want to use cloth diapers because they will save money as well as save thousands of diapers from ending up in the landfill. Also, I like the idea of my baby having a chemical-free bottom.

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janet June 29, 2011 at 2:53 pm

liked the blog on he washing machines and how to wash the diapers.

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janet June 29, 2011 at 2:47 pm

liked diaper junction on fb

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