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A Bright Bumms Change Pad is a waterproof, machine washable and dryable diaper change pad.  These Canadian hand made change pads have two unique sides.  The quilted side is created from a variety of fun cotton fabrics and the water proof side is made from ProCare fabric.  ProCare is a durable, waterproof, washable fabric, which is an environmentally friendly choice.




Here’s the Bright Bumms story in founder Jordi’s own words:
I created Bright Bumms out of the need for a
change pad that was a more environmentally friendly product to the
disposable paper change pads and a cleaner option to the wipe off only
poly-vinyl ones. I was frustrated with the non-washable change pads
because they looked dirty and I wanted the option to wash or wipe. So I
began a search for a washable material that was also waterproof and I
found ProCare fabric. I then looked for some colourful fabrics that I could quilt to make fun and colourful pads.

As your child gets older you can use the change pads as seat pads(keep
the mess contained). Use them on a cold or wet bench and on wet or damp
grass. Keep everyones bumms warm and dry!

For more info, see the Bright Bumms website:

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