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Old 01-16-2008, 06:39 PM
 
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I bought three and I love them and want more! The gussets are great, the prints are adorable (btw, the blue cover has enough pink on it that it looks great on my DD) and I love the fact that I can wipe em down and kind of make them "fresh" for another diaper change- my BSWW got stinky so quickly.
I had debated on getting these or Thirsties and I'm pretty sure I made the right choice, at least for us. Thirsties sizes are more limiting...Med. went to 25lbs, I think, as opposed to Super Brite's 30lbs. For my 22lbs DD it made more sense to go with a cover that would fit her longer.

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I wanted to revisit this topic. I have had one superbrite for about a month now and I'd have to say that it's not holding up as well as it's BSWW cousins. In fact, I bought it to try it out for the next baby and I'm glad I did because now I won't be ordering any for the next babe, I'm just going to use BSWW alone like I usually do. Anyone experiencing the same thing? I feel like they are so thin they could rip and the gussetts are already pilling. Too bad, they are cute!
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I wanted to revisit this topic. I have had one superbrite for about a month now and I'd have to say that it's not holding up as well as it's BSWW cousins. In fact, I bought it to try it out for the next baby and I'm glad I did because now I won't be ordering any for the next babe, I'm just going to use BSWW alone like I usually do. Anyone experiencing the same thing? I feel like they are so thin they could rip and the gussetts are already pilling. Too bad, they are cute!
Totally agree with you, mine looks so worn already and the other BSWW look like they're brand new. I don't plan on buying any more of these covers.

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I am so glad I read these last two reviews. I was thinking of getting on of the super brites, but I am a die hard Thirsties fan. I have been using my Thirsties covers now for about four months, and they still look brand spanking new. I don't put them through the dryer, not sure if that is what is extending the life. I was so hoping to find some cute print covers for summer though. I can't wait to have my little guy in t-shirts and a cute cover. :

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Oh, that is disappointing to hear that the Super-Brites aren't holding up as well; I just bought two small Super-Brites from the Boutique Bummis for my upcoming baby. At least they were seconds, so I won't feel as bad if they don't work out.
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I'm glad to hear these reviews. I was thinking of buying one for my dd, but if they are not holding up well, there's no point.
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