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post #41 of 53
noo cloth at my target either i been looking for months now lol

angela their is a new target opening soon near westhimer and hwy 6 maybe they will have them when they open up soon i know i will be checking lol

costco has cloth diapers online but not in the stores
post #42 of 53
what do i think? i think that i wish we had target here!!! (ontario, canada) we have to cross the border to get to target and that particular one NEVER has what we want or what we hear is available or what's online.
post #43 of 53
I've had some issues with Target in the past, but I would buy the BG cloth diapers from them.....it would be great if cloth diapers were in the store (other than those cheap pre-folds, of course).

One irritation I have is my local PX (I'm miliary). They sell the white gerber pre-folds, but not the plastic cover!!???They have those plastic pull on training pants, but that isn't really practical.They need the ones that you can form fit with velcro. Those plastic pants they sell are one size and are for an older child. Not meant for pre-folds in my opinion. I suppose I should make the suggestion....
post #44 of 53
thats neat. my brother just offered to buy me some nice CD's last night (i use prefolds and covers) and if we can just go to target and get them that would be cool.

I was leaning towards BG because of the adjustable size and stretchy tabs. Everyone says they are "not the best" though. Then what is?
post #45 of 53
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Everyone says they are "not the best" though. Then what is?
I love www.lucyshopechest.com

-Angela
post #46 of 53

Bum Genius

I am so excited! I called the customer service # and used the code posted in the above post to help find the product. My Target DOES carry them!! WOW! I can't wait to go check it out later.

Like the PP I am wondering why everyone is saying it is not the best diaper. And if it is not, what is?

I have only tried BG 2.0, FB, Blueberry, and CPFs. I did order 2 GADs but they haven't arrived yet.
post #47 of 53
Thread Starter 
Bumgenius are awesome diapers. I think the reason people don't like them is because they are mass produced so they aren't made of the finest quality materials. The velcro wears out for a lot of people, the elastic goes out. I haven't had any problems! Nobody I personally know has had any problems. They are very dependable diapers for me that never leak, fit well, dry quickly, are reasonably priced and are easy to get.
post #48 of 53
I love that cotton babies has a 1 yr warranty on the Bum Genius. So if it does wear out before then they'll replace it no problems. I don't know though if cotton babies will warranty bum genius diapers ordered through other retailers?
post #49 of 53
none at the target i went to in san antonio. i meant to call but never got to it so i just went up there. i was hoping i'd get lucky, its a brand new supertarget. darn.
post #50 of 53
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Then what is?
completely personal opinion. I like BG fine

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I don't like these
post #51 of 53
I went to my Target to see if they carried them, but they don't. I have one BG and I don't really care for it, so I guess it is no big loss. My Target did have Baby Legs and Wet Bags though, bought a few of them.
post #52 of 53
My problem with bum genius is that the velcro is terrible... at least in the 2.0s that I have, the velcro is all coming apart. I've heard that it's just because they got a bad batch of velcro, though... and maybe if I just air-dried the covers it'd be better? My kids just take them off, though. I need snaps. I like swaddlebees for bigger kids (newborns pee too much for them ime), and I use a lot of fitteds these days...

That said, I'd totally buy a BG from target if ours has one. I've been meaning to check out the 3.0s anyway...
post #53 of 53
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Originally Posted by catholic74 View Post
They have those plastic pull on training pants, but that isn't really practical.They need the ones that you can form fit with velcro. Those plastic pants they sell are one size and are for an older child. Not meant for pre-folds in my opinion.

too bad those are your only option. the ones i buy at wal-mart work better than almost all of our other covers (and just as well as BSWW and Thirsties)! they're gerber but they're sized pull-on pants, not one-size. i haven't tried them with prefolds though; that might be tougher. i like them with Motherease and i'm sure i will use them with my other fitteds.
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